2020 in Review: The Episcopal Church

The pandemic undoubtedly did more than any other factor to affect the lives of Episcopalians and the workings of the Episcopal Church in 2020 -- and the pandemic dominated TLC's news coverage. But racial issues provided another strong theme, as the Church joined society's anguished considerations of racism in the wake of the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.

2020 in Review: International Anglican News

In 2020, Anglican churches across the world responded creatively to the coronavirus pandemic, which also poses deep financial challenges in some places and complicates recovery from natural disasters. Differences over sexuality challenge the unity of the Anglican Church of Australia, while new primates were elected and a new province created in North Africa.

Fijian Anglicans Responding to Devastating Cyclone

Anglican Missions, the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand, and Polynesia's relief agency is working closely with the Diocese of Polynesia to provide emergency support and long term recovery for the island nation from Cyclone Yasa, a category 5 storm.

A Christmas Treat from TLC Staff

Dear Reader, ‘Tis the season to cook. And this year, because it's a joyful thing we can still do, the staff of the Living Church thought it might be extra nice to send some of our favorite Christmastide reci... Read more...

Europe’s 4 Anglican Church Bodies Form Tighter Bond

On December 15, the bishops of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, the Church of England’s Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe, the Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church and the Lusitanian Catholic Apostolic Evangelical Church released an agreed document called the Porto Covenant, which commits them to consultation in electing new bishops and appointing clergy to serve in their geographically overlapping jurisdictions.