Episcopal congregations find ways to engage in current political cycle
Google the phrase “religion and politics” and in .52 seconds the search engine will suggest at least 140,000,000 internet entries.Obviously, the mixture of the two strikes many a nerve and none more so than during a presidential election year.
Election Toolkit helps Episcopalians engage in nonpartisan activities
The Episcopal Church has developed an online toolkit with a webpage that outlines how individual Episcopalians and congregations can participate in the electoral process through a number of nonpartisan activities.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry takes questions during an afternoon question-and-answer session May 18 during the first day of the 21st annual Global Episcopal Mission Network conference underway in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service
Presiding Bishop shares his vision for mission
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry brought his message of the Jesus Movement to the 21st Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference during a May 18 keynote address.
“Evangelism is just one beggar telling another beggar where to find [some] bread,” he said, offering a quote from by the Ceylonese Methodist pastor, D.T. Niles. “And so I’m just one beggar talking to other beggars about and our work of helping other beggars find some real bread.”
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