The church that provides water to the community

By The Revd John Kafwanka 22 March 2019 The Anglican Communion’s Director for Mission, the Revd Canon John Kafwanka, reflects on his recent visit to the Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba – the Episcopal Church of Cuba. Many Anglicans and Episcopalians know about Cuba, and know it as a Communist country; but I don’t think many … Continue reading “The church that provides water to the community”

Bishops vote unanimously to admit Cuba as a diocese

By Lynette Wilson Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and Bishop Mary Gray-Reeves of the Diocese of El Camino Real congratulate Bishop Griselda Delgado del Carpio of Cuba, center, after the House of Bishops’ unanimous vote July 10 to welcome Cuba back into the Episcopal Church. Photo: David Paulsen/Episcopal News Service [Episcopal News Service – Austin, Texas] … Continue reading “Bishops vote unanimously to admit Cuba as a diocese”

To Cuba

  By Fred Hiltz    Archbishop (ret.) Michael Peers, during a visit to Cuba, where he served as chair of the Metropolitan Council of Cuba from 1986-2004. Photo: General Synod Archives (This column first appeared in the February 2018 issue of the Anglican Journal.) This month, I travel to Cuba for the annual synod. The … Continue reading “To Cuba”