80th General Convention officially opposes new fossil-fuel infrastructure and endorses a Green New Deal

Episcopal Church leaders The Rev. Gay Clark Jennings and Presiding Bishop Michael Curry at the 80th General Convention. Photo: Scott Gunn via Episcopal News Service On July 12, the Episcopal Church wrapped up the 80th meeting of its (usually triennial but COVID-delayed) General Convention, the bicameral body that officially governs the U.S.-based Anglican denomination. During... Continue Reading →

Church Pension Fund Announces $40 Million Investment in Clean Energy

Big news: The Church Pension Fund, a major financial organization that serves the Episcopal Church, announced on Wednesday, April 3, that it has invested $40 million in clean energy. Budgets are moral documents, and this is an important moral statement from the church about climate change and environmental justice. Given recent news that it is... Continue Reading →

Climate Change Announced as Theme for the Diocese of Upper South Carolina’s Annual Convention

Each year, the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina's annual convention includes a "Leadership Day" of keynote speakers and breakout sessions. This year, Bishop W. Andrew Waldo announced on October 17,  Leadership Day will focus on climate change and environmental stewardship. "As Christians," Bishop Waldo said in a YouTube video, "we need to take care of what God... Continue Reading →

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