Military & Armed Forces

Military & Armed Forces

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December 3, 2004

Remembering World War II: Presiding Bishop visits Pearl Harbor Church Remembering World War I: Maryland bishop rededicates one-of-a-kind chapel Remembering active military personnel: Episcopal Prayer Books Available

Remembering active military personnel: Episcopal Prayer Books...

April 8, 2003

(ENS) Two weeks before the first air strikes were launched on Baghdad, Bishop George Packard, suffragan in charge of the Episcopal Church's chaplaincies, reminded a gathering at the Episcopal Church Center that "when America goes to war, the Episcopal Church will go to war too"--in the person...

March 7, 2003

Bishop George Packard, in charge of the Episcopal Church's chaplaincies, reminded a 'community gathering' of staff at the Episcopal Church Center that the impending war with Iraq will involve not only Episcopal soldiers but a number of chaplains. He reported that there are seven Episcopal...

January 13, 2000

On the night of July 3, 1999, Private Barry Winchell, a twenty-one-year-old soldier stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, was brutally murdered because he was gay. In violation of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Pursue" policy of the Department of Defense regarding the sexual orientation and...

There are four distinctive demographics of Episcopal congregations that might play a vital role in supporting spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of our troops. Although the needs are similar the way  a congregation responds to those needs varies on local logistics.

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