Racism is something you ordinarily don’t talk about at the dinner table, said Onjalé Scott Price, a Falmouth Select Board member who works on diversity and inclusion in STEM.
“Talking about race is often seen as taboo. ... I want to change that, I want people to have open…
Preliminary materials for the new six-session Lenten study series, "What is Truth?: An Embodied Lenten Series," are now available from the Racial Justice Commission, launching a diocesan year of study "in the name of repentance, reconciliation and accountability."
Newburyport Public Schools welcomed its first Afghan family to the district Jan. 6 with assistance from members of the community.
The family of nine, which includes seven children ranging in age from 6 to 17, arrived in Newburyport last month and were among the thousands evacuated when the U.S…
Old North Church in Boston lit its iconic lanterns on Wednesday, Jan. 5, the eve of the anniversary of last year's violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol that sought to disrupt the certification of electoral votes and overturn the presidential election.
WCAI "The Point" host Mindy Todd talks with a roundtable of faith leaders about how we can re-set, re-frame and emerge from the pandemic as a stronger, more unified community. The Rev. Will Mebane of St. Barnabas's Church in Falmouth is among the panelists.
Beginning in January, Bishop Carol J. Gallagher, who serves as one of three regional canons in the Diocese of Massachusetts, will be assisting in the Diocese of Albany, on a limited basis, providing supplemental episcopal pastoral support as that diocese begins to come into compliance with the 2018 General Convention resolution on provision of marriage rites for same-sex couples.
The following reminder of current COVID-19 protocols from the bishops was sent to clergy and congregational and diocesan leadership on Dec. 20, 2021.
Dec. 20, 2021
Dear Colleagues in the Diocese of Massachusetts,
Grace and peace to you in these final days of Advent.
We find ourselves once again…