Lynette Wilson

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Lynette Wilson is an editor/reporter for Episcopal News Service. ENS.

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July 13, 2009

Climate change, global warming, economic and environmental justice, creation care, renewable energy and nuclear energy and weaponry are among the cadre of environment-related resolutions under consideration by General Convention. The...

July 11, 2009

Wyoming Bishop Bruce Caldwell stepped up to the microphone during a luncheon July 12 hosted by the Chicago Consultation and set the record straight. He'd been asked to explain how an "elk hunting, horse riding bishop from Wyoming come...

July 11, 2009

Like Yente's character in "Fiddler on the Roof," minus the romance, Trudy Ardizzone, of the Diocese of Los Angeles, is making sure the right people meet at Studio 8's booth in the Anaheim Convention Center's exhibit...

July 10, 2009

Quoting from the Book of Common Prayer, television news reporter and Episcopalian Ray Suarez said "we take a big, broad view" of what "the blessed company of faithful people means," in his July 11 sermon during a General Convention...

July 10, 2009

"What right does anyone have to draw lines beyond to whom God's grace, care and favor extend? asked Bishop Barbara Harris in her July 10 sermon celebrating God's grace on all the baptized, including the Episcopal Church's...

July 9, 2009

Unity is not about buying the world a Coke and teaching it to sing, said House of Deputies President Bonnie Anderson in her July 10 sermon during a General Convention eucharist that celebrated the Episcopal Church's ecumenical relations...

July 8, 2009

An image gallery accompanying this article is available here. With hammers and nails, family and friends of the late Rev. Canon Gordon B. Yeaton, Jr. began building Gordon's House at the Anaheim Convention Center, where the 76th General...

July 7, 2009

Through the art of public narrative -- sharing your story and listening to others' stories -- Episcopalians can discern the challenges they are called to confront as a congregation, a community and a church, now and move into action...

June 30, 2009

One week from today, the Episcopal Church gathers for the 76th General Convention, a triennial legislative gathering that runs from July 8 to 17 in Anaheim, California. At 8,000 to 10,000 total attendees, including exhibitors, visitors...

June 29, 2009

The Episcopal Church Center staff issued a 27-page draft report on world mission June 26 in response to two questions posed by Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori: What is the primary motivation for global mission? How do we...

June 26, 2009

Talk of evangelism, advocacy and congregational development among Asian communities in the United States in light of open-ended immigration and rapid globalization dominated the discussion of the annual Episcopal Asiamerica Ministry (EAM)...

June 24, 2009

What do you want the Episcopal Church to look like in 2019? An eight-question survey posted online June 24 asks Episcopalians—lay and ordained—to envision the church in 10 years’ time and to prioritize the strategies...

June 19, 2009

Noorhan, a 29-year-old Iraqi woman, wept as she shared the story of her 10-year journey from Baghdad, first to Jordan, and then to Wilton, Connecticut, during a panel discussion on refugee ministry held June 19 in the chapel at the...

June 17, 2009

In 1988, Hsar Say, then a 20-year-old university student, joined the pro-democracy movement in opposition to the Burma Socialist Programme Party, an action that set in motion a 20-year journey that would eventually lead him to Louisville,...

June 7, 2009

In a jointly written opinion column, the state of Ohio's Episcopal bishops last week urged state officials to raise taxes rather than cut social services at a time when more than 10 percent of its citizens are unemployed. "We urge our...

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