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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 […]

12 Aug

Summer 2014 Timelines

Our Summer 2014 Timelines  has just been published.  You can read it Here  It has reactions to the recent conference in Salt Lake, news about election of officers, grants, a president's message and a "Footnotes to History" article on Constance […]

4 Nov

More Deaconess materials online!

Thanks to our beloved friend Wayne Kempton, Archivist of the Diocese of New York, and to the Christoph Keller, Jr. Library of the General Theological Seminary, we offer you this link to the “Newsletters of the Church Training and Deaconess […]

4 Nov

All the Saints, All the Time: Remembering Barbara Schnorrenberg

Dr. Barbara Brandon Schnorrenberg, past president of the Episcopal Women’s History Project, died from complications of breast cancer on October 10, 2013.  Dr. Schnorrenberg was a long-time advocate of women in the historical profession and of women’s history.  With an […]

30 Jul

All the Saints, All the Time: Honoring Eleanor Jacobs of Lindenhurst, NY

The late Mrs. Eleanor Jacob was a devoted member of the St. Boniface Episcopal Church. She truly carried out our Lord and Savior’s commandment “To love our neighbor as He loves us.” Eleanor’s devotion was exemplified by her acceptance of […]

30 Jul

All the Saints, All the Time: Honoring Margaret Gough, Lindhurst, NY

Mrs. Margaret Gough was a devoted member of St. Boniface Episcopal Church and served on the Altar Guild, the Boniface Society, the Board of Directors of the Day Care Center and a Lector for over 30 years. Margaret was instrumental […]