One of the United Methodist Church’s regional conferences has taken up the call to replace the denomination’s logo because of its association for many with the racist imagery of a burning cross.
In his first meeting as leader of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, the Rev. Rolland Slade called on other committee members on Tuesday (Sept. 22) to be responsible “to shepherd and to protect” survivors ...
Bishop J. Delano Ellis II, a Black church official who started Pentecostal organizations and emphasized ecumenism, died over the weekend.
Hundreds of San Francisco Catholics took to the streets Sept. 20 to participate in a “Free the Mass” march protesting the city’s restrictions on religious services, which currently ban indoor worship even as malls, salons ...
Episcopal Church in the US Continues Its Steady Decline
The Episcopal Diocese of Chicago is planning to put its downtown headquarters up for sale.
Months ahead of their planned annual meeting, some Southern Baptist leaders are embracing an unofficial moniker for their gathering and, in some cases, for themselves: Great Commission Baptists.
Giving to congregations has shifted upward after churches closed their buildings earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, a survey shows.
Charles Stanley doesn’t believe in retirement, he said. But the influential pastor is stepping down from his role at First Baptist Church Atlanta after more than 50 years.