Refresh Your Soul 2017

Expanded conference offers Dementia Care Summit Episcopal Retirement Services’ (ERS) Parish Health Ministry has announced an enhancement to their premier regional conference for 2017. “Refresh Your Soul - Alzh...

Theology on Tap creates community

An Episcopalian, a Presbyterian and an Agnostic go into a pub….is not the beginning of a joke, at least not in Portsmouth, Ohio. It's what happens on any given Monday evening at Port City Café and Pub at Theolo...

Connecting

IT’S A BOY! Christopher, Sheena and Malachi Richardson Congratulations to the Rev. Christopher Richardson, assistant rector at St. Mark’s, Columbus, and his wife Sheena, on the birth of their son Malachi M...

Convention results

Voting on resolutions R2016-1: Change canonical designation of St. Andrew’s, Pickerington WHEREAS, on July 31, 2016 the Mission Council of St. Andrew’s, Pickerington, voted to request the Bishop to change the...

Lessons learned on the journey

My forties sucked. The short version of a long story is that I journeyed through more than ten years of my life dealing with chronic pain. In four years time, I underwent two total hip replacements and foot ...

Alcohol and addiction

RevRN: Reflections on clergy healthYou know the old saying, “Where there are four Episcopalians, there’s always a fifth.” Followed by “bawahahahahaha”, and slaps on the back while belting down the “spirit” of c...

Healing prayer

Hawley Todd, TSSF, has been active in healing services since 1982 and currently serves as foundation director for Episcopal Healing Ministries. The following is an excerpt of a pamphlet published by Forward Mov...

Offering different paths for healing

As the Episcopal Church continues to evolve in the 21st century, how might healing services take shape and respond to new needs and challenges? Grace Church, College Hill, offers three radically different heali...

Time to be a gracious loser

I planned to be a gracious winner the week after the election. I wasn’t going to rub it in the faces of folks who had been Donald Trump supporters. My social media presence would be demure, and while I expec...