UMC Denial, Episcopal Church Meltdown, Highly Paid Ministry Executives, and…THANKS!
ust weeks ago, 487 United Methodist churches were approved for disaffiliation from the denomination, bringing the total of ratified exits to 1,314. Hundreds more have already voted to exit and are awaiting final approval.
The floodgates are opening, and congregations are leaving the United Methodist Church
By the end of this year (the deadline for exiting with church property) at least 3,000 and possibly 5,000 churches are expected to exit.
(RNS) — A long-awaited third-party report on sexual abuse reveals that leaders in an Anglican Church in North America diocese failed to act on tips about sexual misconduct and abuse and defended an alleged abuser ...
The South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled that 14 parishes that left the Episcopal Church in 2012 to join the Anglican Church in North America must return their property to the Episcopal Church.
Episcopalians took a major hit in the year 2020, not only in attendance but also in membership and—unusually—in the pocketbook of the historically affluent denomination.
His Leadership Resulted in National Notoriety, But Dramatic Declines, In Episcopal Church
Bishop John Shelby Spong, a bestselling author and cleric known for his progressive theology, support of LGBTQ clergy, and dramatic declines in membership and influence for the Episcopal Church, has died.
Popular Christian author Shauna Niequist has apologized for her silence following the allegations against her father, Bill Hybels, the founding pastor of suburban Chicago megachurch Willow Creek Community Church.
Evangelical megachurch pastor Max Lucado has apologized for language he used in a 2004 sermon on same-sex marriage after the LGBTQ community objected to him acting as guest pastor at Washington National Cathedral Feb. 7, ...
More than 1,600 people signed a petition protesting the Washington National Cathedral’s decision to host evangelical megachurch pastor Max Lucado as a guest preacher last weekend (Feb 7), saying the move contradicted the Episcopal Church’s stance ...