Convocation a home for Europe’s Christians By Matthew Davies

[Episcopal Life] In Europe, there’s no such thing as an average Episcopalian, and it may not be the most obvious place you’d expect to find a group of Episcopal congregations. But the Convocation of American Churches in Europe ministers to a unique and culturally diverse demographic of Christians throughout Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and … Continue reading “Convocation a home for Europe’s Christians By Matthew Davies”

General Synod staff cultivates Canadian-African conversations By Ali Symons

By Ali Symons General Synod Web Writer February 06, 2009 – The Rev. Dr. Kawuki (Isaac) Mukasa straddles two worlds. Born in Uganda, but a long-time Canadian resident, Dr. Mukasa’s knowledge of both cultures is essential as he pairs up African and Canadian dioceses to talk about sexuality. Dr. Mukasa began this work while he … Continue reading “General Synod staff cultivates Canadian-African conversations By Ali Symons”

In Cairo, Arab and Western artists wage peace

By Matthew Davies [Episcopal News Service, Cairo] With the goal of building understanding and respect between cultures and faiths, the creative work of 18 Arab and Western artists was officially unveiled on January 29 at St. John the Baptist Anglican/Episcopal Church in the suburban Maadi district of Cairo, Egypt. “On a Caravan: East and West … Continue reading “In Cairo, Arab and Western artists wage peace”

How does God reveal himself? A Christian Perspective By Archbishop Rowan Williams

    How does God reveal himself? A Christian Perspective   Thursday 29 January 2009   Lecture given by the Archbishop of Canterbury at the World Islamic Call Society Campus, Tripoli, Libya   The World Islamic Call Society is the world’s foremost Islamic benevolent organisation with members from every corner of the globe. Its mandate … Continue reading “How does God reveal himself? A Christian Perspective By Archbishop Rowan Williams”

Changing prison stereotypes By Jerry Hames

  Changing prison stereotypes Art programs open creativity and opportunity to inmates   By Jerry Hames     [Episcopal Life] It was almost 20 years ago when a University of Michigan English professor, Buzz Alexander, entered a Coldwater, Mich., prison to conduct a theater workshop with inmates. At about the same time, an Episcopal priest, … Continue reading “Changing prison stereotypes By Jerry Hames”