Lynette Wilson

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

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June 23, 2016

Both the interior and exterior of Christ Church Anglican Cathedral in Zanzibar have undergone a massive restoration. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service [Episcopal News Service – Stone Town, Zanzibar] Christ Church Anglican...

June 16, 2016

[Episcopal News Service – Manta, Ecuador] The poor, women and children, suffer most in the aftermath of disaster. In Ecuador, where a massive earthquake killed more than 650 people and displaced more than 30,000 in April, in addition...

June 6, 2016

The Rev. Canon Hilda Kabia is the first woman to head Msalato Theological College. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service [Episcopal News Service] On Aug. 1, 2015, the Rev. Hilda Kabia became the first woman to head Msalato...

May 26, 2016

Long-term missionaries and Young Adult Service Corps missionaries posed with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry following a meeting held during the 21st annual Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference May 18-20 in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Photo...

May 23, 2016

Panelist shared stories about migration in their local contexts May 20 during the 21st annual Global Episcopal Mission Network. Photo: Julius Ariail [Episcopal News Service – Ponce, Puerto Rico] What does it mean to do God’s...

May 22, 2016

[Episcopal News Service – San Juan, Puerto Rico] The bishops of Province IX last week approved the formation of a province-wide development group aimed at moving each of the province’s seven dioceses toward self-sustainability. Since...

May 18, 2016

[Episcopal News Service – Ponce, Puerto Rico] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry brought his message of the Jesus Movement to the 21st Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference during a May 18 keynote address. “Evangelism is...

May 12, 2016

The Diocese of Ecuador Litoral has developed a comprehensive plan to care for the short- and long-term needs of people living in communities most affected by the April 16, 7-8-magnitude earthquake that hit the South American country....

May 9, 2016

[Episcopal News Service] Two hundred and forty-four million people – equal to three-quarters of the U.S. population – live outside their birth countries; a figure that includes 20 million refugees and 21 million victims of...

April 25, 2016

Episcopalians from the Diocese of California gathered under a tree at Lone Tree Point along the East Bay in Rodeo, California, northeast of San Francisco for the April 23 EcoConfirmation, where participants reaffirmed their commitment to...

April 25, 2016

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, with granddaughter in tow, signs the Paris Agreement on April 22. Kerry was among 175 world leaders who signed the historic climate agreement in a ceremony coinciding with the 46th annual Earth Day....

April 12, 2016

Un jour de février, un employé arrosait les semis dans la serre du Centre d’agriculture St-Barnabas à Terrier-Rouge en Haïti. Situé dans le Nord du pays dans la plaine côtière, l’...

April 3, 2016

The Rev. Chuck K. Robertson, canon to Presiding Bishop Michael Curry for ministry beyond the Episcopal Church, and Rebecca Linder Blachly, the U.S. State Department’s senior policy advisor for Africa in the Office of Religion and Global...

March 31, 2016

Twenty-three people representing six provinces – Burundi, West Africa, Central Africa, Southern Africa, Tanzania and the Episcopal Church – have come together for the Galatians 6:12 Conference with March 30 – April 3 in...

March 23, 2016

Episcopal delegates to the 60th annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women gathered at the Hampton Inn a block and a half from U.N. headquarters on March 22 for advocacy training. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service...

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