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Total votes: 239
March 14, 2016

Archbishop Fred Hiltz says so much time and energy have been devoted to debate over human sexuality, at the expense of other issues such as violence against women and climate change. With him at the CoGS meeting head table are Cynthia Haines-Turner, deputy prolocutor, and General Synod...

Total votes: 239
March 1, 2016

[Anglican Journal] A resolution before General Synod this summer to change the Anglican Church of Canada’s marriage canon to allow same-sex marriage is “not likely” to get the number of votes it needs from bishops, according to a statement sent by the House of Bishops to Council of...

Total votes: 139

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Today’s guest blogger, the Rev. Cameron Partridge, serves as counselor to Episcopal/Anglican students at Harvard Divinity School, where he studied for his Masters in Divinity and Doctorate in Theology. Rev. Partridge now lectures at Harvard on both liturgical topics and those relating to gender...

Total votes: 129

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Welcome guest blogger Ernesto Zelayandía, Global School Coordinator for Foundation Cristosal.

Foundation Cristosal summer field course: LGBT Rights & Sexual Diversity Ministry in The Episcopal Church

Frequently as LGBT individuals we are encourage to fight and stand for our rights,...

Total votes: 125

By: Bronwyn

In last week’s post recognizing and reflecting on the 15th anniversary of the brutal murder of Matthew Shepard, I promised to create a page of resources devoted to ministry with LGBTQ youth.

You will notice that page in the navigation at the top of this blog site. The direct link is HERE...

Total votes: 123

By: Bronwyn

Fifteen years ago this October, 21-year old Matthew Shepard was abducted, tied to a fence, and left to die in what is now one of the most notorious hate crimes in our nation’s recent history.

Several Episcopal Youth Event participants in Laramie, Wyoming, the summer of 2002 traveled to...

Total votes: 173
June 26, 2013

[Episcopal Diocese of Washington] This blog is part of a series from the Episcopal Diocese of Washington on LGBT and faith topics in honor of LGBT Pride Month.

There was this book that was going to be written, but never became reality. The reality became a life, and that life is mine....

Total votes: 362
June 19, 2013

[Episcopal Diocese of Washington] This blog is part of a series from the Episcopal Diocese of Washington on LGBT and faith topics in honor of LGBT Pride Month.

With a mixture of relief and deep joy, parishioners from St. George’s Episcopal Church in Glenn Dale gathered in our sanctuary...

Total votes: 383
June 11, 2013

[Episcopal Diocese of Washington] This blog is the first in a series from the Episcopal Diocese of Washington on LGBT and faith topics in honor of LGBT Pride Month.

I was recently talking to a friend about summer plans, now that June is upon us. He asked if my church would be marching in...

Total votes: 258

By: Bronwyn

As a child of the 60’s who spent time as a teenager campaigning to gain passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, I was more than thrilled this week as my residential home state of Minnesota legislated marriage equality.

I am painfully aware of the theological and faithful differences of...

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