The Office of Global Partnerships serves as a bridge for developing and nurturing relationships between the Episcopal Church and its partners around the Anglican Communion, ecumenical and inter-religious partners, and with organizations such as the United Nations and the National Council of Churches. The Office of Global Partnerships is also a resource for congregations and dioceses as they develop and foster their own relationships around the world.


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February 7, 2013
[Episcopal Church Office of Global Partnerships, Manila] The Asia-America Theological Exchange Forum was held Feb. 3-6 at Trinity University of Asia in Quezon City, Philippines, with some 80 delegates from seminaries and churches discussing the future of theological education and Asian contextualization of theology in the 21st century. The theme of the forum was “One Table, One Host, Many...
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September 9, 2011
Dear Representative /Senator: Today more than 12 million lives in the Horn of Africa are in danger, and hundreds of thousands are on the move seeking help. We, the undersigned faith leaders, write to ask for your support at a challenging time for refugees and displaced populations in the Horn of Africa and around the world. The United States has been a world leader in protection of those fleeing...
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June 17, 2011
An ongoing conflict between the bishop and Standing Committee of the Diocese of Ecuador Central must be resolved by following procedures laid out in the church's canons, Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori said in a June 17 letter to the people of the diocese. The presiding bishop sent a team to Central Ecuador to inquire about the conflict and to hear the concerns from the Standing...
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June 15, 2011
The appointment of two new staff members who will focus on the Episcopal Church's international relations was announced on June 15: Lynnaia Rochelle Main has been named as global relations officer and the Rev. Canon Robert D. Edmunds as Middle East partnership officer. The announcement was made by Episcopal Church Mission Center Co-Directors Antoinette Daniels and the Rev. Margaret Rose via...
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March 1, 2011
On a recent visit to the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, retired Pakistani Bishop Mano Rumalshah of Peshawar described his diocese as "not a church for the poor, because there are too many. We are a church of the poor." Rumalshah and the new bishop of Peshawar, the Rt. Rev. Humphrey Sarfaraz Peters, visited Houston in February to share the story of their ministry with Episcopal churches....