Video Storytelling

Video Storytelling

Celebrating Baptism

September 19, 2017

The sacrament of baptism is an opportunity for joy, power, and a deep connection with tradition. This series follows the Gregory family as they navigate the process of preparing their young daughter, Anna, for baptism. Watch as they discover the beautiful reason why we baptize, create lifelong relationships with the community of believers on this […]

Dual Call Couples

July 3, 2017

The Task Force to Study Dual Call Couples (GC78, Resolution B002,) has released , “Dual Call Couples: Gifts and Challenges for the Church.” This 29-minute documentary is a useful tool for vestries, search committees and congregations. At the core are the real-life challenges priests who are married to other priests face. These honest reflections on […]

Bistro St. Michael’s

March 27, 2017

St. Michael’s started a community dinner on Wednesday evenings as a way to bring the congregation together on more than Sunday mornings. New York City.

St. Mary’s Urban Farm – The Edible Churchyard

March 9, 2017

Urban Farm Coordinator Claire West talks about transforming the St. Mary’s churchyard in Manhattanville, NY into a bountiful edible garden.

Truth and Reconciliation Pilgrimage to Ghana

January 20, 2017

In January 2017, a group of 23 pilgrims including the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, his brother and sister bishops, as well as Episcopal Relief & Development leaders, supporters and several staff members, participated in a Truth and Reconciliation Pilgrimage to Ghana. Pilgrims prayed and reflected at several sites critical to the trans-Atlantic slave trade, including […]

Two Tables

December 1, 2016

Maggy Keet grew up in a family whose life was centered on two tables, the altar and the kitchen table.

The Jesus Movement

September 15, 2016

Loving. Liberating. Life Giving. Presiding Bishop Michael Bruce Curry invites you to join The Jesus Movement.

On policing, reconciliation, black lives and the church’s role

August 1, 2016

The Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart spent 20 years working as a police officer for the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department. She joined the department in 1972, four years after riots destroyed parts of the city following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. At the time African-Americans made of 70 percent of the people living in […]

Jericho Road: An Episcopal Housing Initiative

July 8, 2016

Jericho Road is a neighborhood-based nonprofit homebuilder that provides families with healthy and energy-efficient affordable housing opportunities. We partner with neighborhood residents, organizations and businesses to create and maintain a stable and thriving community. By using a humble and cautious approach and listening to the voice and feedback of the community it serves, Jericho Road […]

Church on the Square: Baltimore, MD

June 16, 2016

Church on the Square (COTS) is rethinking church. Or, rather, this community church joint project of the Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is opting for a return to a parish church model. Called to a neighborhood of Baltimore in an urban renaissance, COTS seeks to serve the Canton neighborhood, and […]

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