The Final Word: Take a moment to learn for whom the bell tolls

Every weekend in church at the celebration of the Eucharist, the list of prayer intentions includes plenty of names. Some you know, some you don’t. For several years, my wife was on the prayer list on dozens of churches throughout the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan. So here’s the story of my wife, Tiffani Schulte. Remember… Read More The Final Word: Take a moment to learn for whom the bell tolls

The Final Word: Flint’s people, spirit reminder of why we must pay attention

I have never received such attentive service in a restaurant. And it made me profoundly sad. “It’s been pretty quiet,” said Robert, working as my server. “But I’ve learned a lot about everyone who’s been here. I just had a doctor from Grand Blanc, he was a very nice guy. We’ve had some really good… Read More The Final Word: Flint’s people, spirit reminder of why we must pay attention

A time and a means for prayerful thought as Election Day approaches

November’s elections take place in a little more than a month (Tuesday, Nov. 8). That offers an opportunity to learn about resources available to all voters. We aren’t about to steer you to vote for or against any candidate; that’s up for you to decide. However, it’s critical all Episcopalians understand the importance of voting… Read More A time and a means for prayerful thought as Election Day approaches

Follow the Youth & Young Adult mission experience in the Dominican Republic

The annual diocesan Youth and Young Adult mission trip, Camp Compassion, is currently taking place in the Dominican Republic. Our local team will be working in Puerto Plata on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic. For the past four years, the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan group has been helping build a church in San… Read More Follow the Youth & Young Adult mission experience in the Dominican Republic