Margaret (Peggy) Adams Parker, a senior lecturer at Virginia Theological Seminary, will be exhibiting her 14 “Stations of the Cross,” a series of woodcut prints on paper, at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Arlington, beginning Ash Wednesday, Feb. 22.
Author: Linda Brooks
Episcopal Migration Ministries is teaming up with iconographer Kelly Latimore on a calendar featuring depictions of refugees, asylum seekers and displaced persons.
Three artists will discuss how visual art can offer new insights and revelations and transform our way of perceiving and understanding.
Continuing to build upon its vision of a spiritually alive world, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, has announced that famed Taiwanese-American contemporary artist, Lee Mingwei, is
By Maureen Doallas Florida printmaker Kreg Yingst’s artistic interpretation of the psalms as woodcuts is the subject of a show sponsored by the Arts &
Jerry Hames writes that Episcopal artists and musicians are invited to submit work that reflects “Praying the Hours.”
By Lynette Wilson, Episcopal News Service With the launch of the Anglican Communion Forest initiative, Anglican and Episcopal bishops from across the world are seeking
By David Paulsen, Episcopal News Service The Rev. David Sweeney has been an Episcopal priest for more than half his life. He’s been an actor
By Trinity Church Wall Street.
Historic Trinity Church Wall Street has announced a new collaboration, beginning this fall, with Jazz House Kids to provide free, professional jazz education for children and a series of free public jazz concerts at its historic downtown churches.