Episcopal Church and the United Nations

Follow the Presiding Bishop's Delegation at #CSW63!

March 11, 2019
Episcopal UN

The Presiding Bishop’s delegation is excited and ready for the opening of the 63rd session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, and we want YOU to follow along and join us! Here are some ways you can track our work and stay engaged.

  1. Blog — If you’re reading this article, you already know how to find our blog! Throughout our time at the UN, we will be reporting in three different columns: Inside #CSW63 (covering all things UN), Exploring Ecumenical Advocacy (providing a deeper look at the work we do in faith-based coalition), and The Delegates’ Corner (a space for story-sharing, personal reflection, and just about everything else)!
  2. Social Media — Follow our Facebook (blogs and articles), Twitter (minute-to-minute action and advocacy), and Instagram (“a day in the life” photos and videos with other educational content) pages, and track #EpiscopalUN, #EpiscopalCSW, and #CSW63 on all three platforms. 
  3. Write a Blog — Do you have experience with UNCSW or this year’s priority theme? Join the conversation by writing a guest blog sharing your story! Send drafts to Lynnaia Main

We hope you follow along as we spend the next two weeks lifting up the voice of the Episcopal Church in the UN space for the sake of improving the lives of women, girls, and all God’s children.


Katelyn Kenney (Presiding Bishop’s staff) currently serves at the Office of Government Relations as part of the second year of her term as the Julia Chester Emery Intern for the United Thank Offering. In the previous year of her internship, she participated in the Texas Episcopal Service Corps while also partnering with Missional Voices, an organization founded around sharing innovative ministry stories. Katelyn graduated from the University of Houston with a B.A. in Print Journalism and a minor in Leadership Studies. This will be her second year as part of the DFMS staff at the UNCSW.

Ms. Lynnaia Main

Episcopal Church Representative to the United Nations

Click here