The Rev. Adrien Dawson, rector of St. Mark's on the Hill in Pikesville (http://stmarksonthehill.org), offers Ashes to commuters at Old Court Metro Station in Baltimore County.
"Ashes to Go" (http://episcopalmaryland.org/ashes-to-go/) is about bringing spirit, belief, and belonging out from behind church doors, and into the places where we go every day. It's a simple event with deep meaning, drawing on centuries of tradition and worship to provide a contemporary moment of grace.
On the Saturday before Holy Week, the people of the Church of the Redeemer, Kenmore, Washington, prepare the church grounds and themselves for the upcoming week. The name "Lazarus Saturday" is borrowed from the Orthodox name for the day before Holy Week.
On November 16, 1913, Grace Cathedral welcomed its first boy choristers. With that, the Choir of Men and Boys was born. In 2013, we will celebrate the hundredth anniversary of our resident choir with a Year of Music, highlighted by a tour by the choir. For more information, visit http://www.gracecathedral.org/tour.
Camp Stevens - in the Episcopal Dioceses of Los Angeles and San Diego - brings the majesty of God's creation to children of all ages. At summer camp, campers ages 8-16 years old spend a week with their "Adventure Group" family, exploring, playing, building relationships and learning more about themselves.
St. Mark's, a small Episcopal church in Hope, Ark., is home to a unique set of paintings. Painted by Texas artist Randall M. Good over a seven-year period, the 14 canvases depict the final hours of the life of Christ, from the time he is condemned to die until his body is carried from the cross.
A murder took place across the street from St. Aidan's Episcopal Church in San Francisco. The congregation decided to invite the neighborhood to pray for peace and to reclaim and bless the location where the violence occurred.