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October 16, 2013

Dear Relatives, The Episcopal Church has always sought to work together with people of other faiths to encourage balance and understanding where all people are equal: the marginalized and the powerful, the poor and the wealthy, men and...

November 27, 2012

In 2009, the Episcopal Church became the first church to repudiate the Doctrine of Discovery with several churches following our lead, including the World Council of Churches in February 2012. In order to educate our church on resolution...

November 27, 2012

Dear relatives, As you can see from this newsletter, we have done much together in the last six months. I am truly grateful for all of the partners in ministry, as none of this could’ve happened without you. Together we look toward...

June 29, 2012

The Bishops’ Native Collaborative is a consortium begun in response to the overwhelming need for Native clergy, Native leaders and culturally appropriate for them. It was established by the Bishops of Alaska, North Dakota, South...

March 8, 2012

We have not loved you with our whole heart, and mind, and strength. We have not loved our neighbors as ourselves. We have not forgiven others, as we have been forgiven. Have mercy on us, Lord. (The Litany of Penitence, BCP) When we...

November 8, 2010

Native Americans and Alaskan natives have centuries of rich tradition and cultural knowledge passed down from generation to generation. They have survived a traumatic history, in which the Episcopal Church was directly involved —...

June 1, 2010

Greetings everyone and welcome to the Spring 2011 edition of Living Waters. The theme for this issue “It’s Our Time” comes from this year’s WinterTalk gathering in Albuquerque, NM, hosted by The Episcopal Church in...

May 18, 2010

Indigenous clergy, laity, and bishops whose ministry includes native peoples will gather May 27 - 31 in Sewanee, Tennessee, for the Oklahoma IV 2010 Consultation: "The Present and Future of Indigenous Leadership in the Episcopal...

March 28, 2010

U.S. Census 2010 forms are zipping through the mail system, yet many people have no idea how crucial an accurate count is for Americans, especially American Indians and Alaskan Natives. During these economic times with extreme poverty...