Today we take a closer look at the four nominees for presiding bishop: Thomas Breidenthal, bishop of Southern Ohio; Michael Curry, bishop of North Carolina; Ian Douglas, bishop of Connecticut; and Dabney Smith, bishop of Southwest Florida. All three of the Diocese of Virginia’s bishops say that the Episcopal Church would be well-served by any of the […]
Three years of anticipation, a nationally broadcast Q&A session from the National Cathedral, loads of surveys, more than a few raised eyebrows, a decent dose of angst and, voila, you have it – the report of the Task Force for Re-Imagining the Episcopal Church. So how will the […]
Beyond the resolutions, white papers and even budget numbers that will be debated and parsed in Salt Lake City next year lies an issue that goes to the heart of our identity as the Episcopal Church – our mindset. A hearty slice of our time together at General […]
Are you an Episcopal Church-groupie who just can’t get enough of General Convention? Then you’ve come to the right place. This week, we’re posting links to some important Convention updates, opinion blogs and more. The 78th General Convention: Visit the official website Greening and Screening: See how the […]
It wasn’t South Africa, where she would serve as a university lecturer in international relations. Nor was it Paris, where Lynnaia Main would do graduate study in international relations, learn to speak French fluently and work for UNESCO. No, Main grew up in the rural outskirts of Atlantic […]
We’re baaaack … and we’re bigger and more nimble than ever. Center Aisle is packing its bags to head west from the Diocese of Virginia to Salt Lake City for our sixth General Convention in June 2015 as a force for reconciliation. For those new to Center Aisle, […]
The 78th General Convention of the Episcopal Church will convene June 25-July 3, 2015, in Salt Lake City, Utah – and we’ll be there! Stay tuned for opinions, reflections, prayers and coverage. To learn more about Convention, check out the official website.