Episcopal Church of Liberia

Episcopal Church of Liberia

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Total votes: 82
July 13, 2015

[World Council of Churches press release] Prayers and action undertaken by the Liberian Council of Churches (LCC) during the Ebola outbreak of 2014-2015 will be honored by the Liberian government with distinction of “Commander, Order of the Star of Africa.”

The distinction will...

Total votes: 50
January 28, 2015

Many Cuttington University students, faculty and staff are employed at the International Medical Corps’ Bong County Ebola Treatment Unit in Suakoko District, awaiting the university to reopen. They include Juyah J. Massaqui, sprayer; Chris N. Kollie, sprayer; Alex D. Iolleh, safety...

Total votes: 203
February 24, 2011

For the second time since the Church Pension Fund (CPF) took on the administration of a pension plan for the clergy and lay employees of the Episcopal Church of Liberia (ECL) in 2005, staff traveled to Liberia this past January for five days of meetings and celebrations.

According to a...

Total votes: 213
February 14, 2011

Parasitic worms fill the bellies of the children in Liberia, West Africa, a country that the World Health Organization (WHO) considers to be one of the poorest and most worm-burdened nations on the planet.

Whereas malaria deservedly receives attention from the Bill & Melinda Gates...

Total votes: 279
September 22, 2010

Laughter, common priorities, prayer and shared adventures have punctuated the trip for Liberians seeing southern Ohio for the first time.

During a two-week visit to the Diocese of Southern Ohio by a delegation for the Episcopal Church of Liberia, a visit to the post office sparked a...

Total votes: 99
June 29, 2010

When people ask me about mission, I have a simple answer: Go! It will change you. It will change the people around you.

Two years ago, I went on a mission trip with St. David's Episcopal Church in Ashburn, Virginia, a trip that altered not only my life, but my career, my world...

Total votes: 127
April 13, 2010

A $17,000 budget gap may force the all-girls Bromley Episcopal Mission School to close its doors for the rest of the 2009-10 school year, displacing up to 125 students, many of them orphans.

The school was unable to raise the full amount it budgeted for the academic year, said Esther...

Total votes: 170
January 22, 2010

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori's visit to Liberia in early January inspired hope and confidence in many of the war-torn West African country's young women, including the students from the all-girls Bromley Episcopal Mission School.

"She is an example for young women to become...

Total votes: 242
January 14, 2010

Bahnavileh Jones, 26, returned to Liberia from Ghana in 2002, toward the end of the war-torn country's 15-year civil war, making his way to the Episcopal-affiliated Cuttington University in Suakoko, Bong County, where he volunteered on the farm.

Eventually, the university awarded Jones a...

Total votes: 86
January 6, 2010

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf attended morning Epiphany Mass at St. Thomas Church here Jan. 6. Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori preached and celebrated, emphasizing the light of the season.

The presiding bishop is nearing the end of a weeklong visit to Liberia at the...

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