9 Jan
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First African-American woman elected diocesan bishop

The Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows was elected 11th bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis in October 2016. Baskerville-Burrows, 50, is the first African-American woman elected to be a diocesan bishop in the Episcopal Church. Baskerville-Burrows currently serves as director of […]

20 Nov

2017 EWHP Conference

Save the Date! "Women of Color in the Episcopal Church" will be the theme for the 2017 Episcopal Women's History Project Conference. The Conference will take place from Monday, June 12 through Thursday, June 15 at the Baltimore Maritime Institute. […]

10 Nov

NEHA Call for Papers Conference 2017

The National Episcopal Historians and Archivists (NEHA) has issued a call for papers for their June 20 – June 23, 2017 annual conference with the theme "Immigration, Going Out and Coming In: Ministries, Transitions and Change in the Episcopal Church." […]

1 Jul

[Clearinghouse] Tri-History Conference Explores Indigenous History

Over 100 participants from the United States, Canada and Great Britain gathered June 14-17, 2016 in Oneida, Wisconsin to explore the historical relationship between the Episcopal Church and Indigenous Peoples. Read more here…

30 Mar

[Clearinghouse] Historical Society Seeks Book Reviewers

Members of the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church interested in reviewing books for Anglican and Episcopal History are invited to make their interest known to the review editor, Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook at skujawa-holbrook@cst.edu. AEH is a scholarly peer-reviewed the journal. Current reviewers include academics, […]

13 Jan

Gold Medal awarded to Bible Women book

Forward Movement’s new release, Bible Women: All Their Words and Why They Matter, has been awarded top honors by Independent Publishers as one of the year’s best books for Bible study. Authored by Lindsay Hardin Freeman the book received a […]