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Return of the Exiles: A How-to Guide for Restoring Faithfulness to Mainline Churches

Is Generation Z destined to restore the mainline Protestant church to biblical faithfulness? Many of them think so, thanks to one Redeemed Zoomer, a popular...

A Garden for a City on the Prairie

By Abigail Woolley Cutter I have moved to Kansas three times, and this summer, I expect to move away from it for the third time....

A Tiny Pantry Becomes a Blessing Box

By Kristine Blaess In 2020, one of our young members proposed his Eagle Scout project — a tiny pantry on the church grounds like the...

Burying Unnamed COVID Victims in NYC

A coalition of Episcopal and other churches provide cremation and burial for unnamed or unclaimed bodies from New York City's COVID morgue trucks.

Raising Your Church’s Profile in Your Town

By Neal Michell In my role as canon to the ordinary, it was my responsibility to visit all the churches in our diocese on a...

Parishes Connect to Members the Old-Fashioned Way

Parishes across the country are calling parishioners who aren't digitally connected with words of encouragement and letters that share hope. Reports from Ohio, Illinois, Virginia, New Jersey and North Carolina.

Socks, Showers, and Don’t Share the Bong

St. Timothy's Church in isolated Brookings, Oregon opens its doors to care for homeless neighbors as the pandemic rages around them.

Order of Naucratius Nets Big Haul for the Needy

Members of the order commit to a rule of life, which includes commitment to prayer, conservation of natural resources and “giving a significant share of their harvest to those who are hungry.”

Outreach in the Smaller Church: Four Lessons

What do you do about outreach when you are in a small church with limited resources?

So, You Want to Reach Millennials? Here’s a Start

We hear it all over the church: “We need to reach the Millennials.”


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