Several recent high-profile cases of misconduct — many including bishops — have caused Episcopalians to call into question the effectiveness of the church's protocol for responding to accusations of clergy misconduct.
The new display policy permits freedom of expression within faculty and staff offices.
The new policy, according to students and faculty who oppose it, is targeting the pro-LGBTQ paraphernalia that has adorned numerous faculty windows and other areas of campus over the last three years.
As an Anglican bishop faces a church trial for allegedly minimizing abuse and misconduct, observers are wondering: Could this have happened anywhere?
The Anglican Church in North America will soon begin a high-profile church trial against a beloved bishop who is accused of welcoming men with histories of predatory behavior into church leadership.
At least 55 Episcopal bishops signed a letter expressing concern.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, head of the Episcopal Church, announced recommendations for revising disciplinary procedures for bishops.
A 10-person board of inquiry found there was probable cause to present Ruch for trial for violating denominational bylaws.
Bishop Stewart Ruch, a controversial figure in the Anglican Church in North America, will be brought to a church court trial, according to an announcement published to the denomination’s website Aug. 15.
The struggle broke into the open last week when ACNA’s archbishop accused his denomination’s highest court of attempting to stop an investigation into charges against Ruch.
Archbishop Foley Beach, the primate of the Anglican Church in North America, accused his denomination’s highest court of attempting to stop an investigation into an Illinois bishop’s alleged misconduct.
A year after being charged with first-degree sexual abuse of a child, a member of the church has entered a plea deal with no prison sentence
Last May, shock waves rippled through Christian Fellowship Centewhen Sean Ferguson, who’d attended the church for decades, was charged with first-degree sexual abuse of a child. Last week, a plea deal was finalized for Ferguson.
The tax increase impacts flights on employer-owned planes—including those owned by ministries.
In 2017, Texas-based televangelist Kenneth Copeland told his followers he received a very specific message from the Holy Spirit: The Lord had set aside a luxury Gulfstream V jet for his ministry’s use.
The wildly popular show is the first multiseason drama to hit Floodlight, a free streaming platform launched by Prison Fellowship in March 2020.
“The Chosen,” the wildly popular TV series based on the life of Jesus and his followers, will soon be available to prisoners at more than 300 correctional institutions in 49 states, courtesy of Prison Fellowship, ...
Mark Rivera, a former lay pastor at the center of several sexual abuse allegations in a conservative Anglican denomination, pled guilty to one count of felony criminal sexual assault on Wednesday, April 12.