The Reverend Hester Mathes, priest-in-charge of Holy Trinity and chaplain of the Memphis campus of St. George’s Independent School, was traveling when news broke earlier this Summer that a gunman
This Fall on Faithfully Memphis, join us for a new series – Behold It Unveiled – that explores the intersection of creativity and spirituality through conversations with artists, musicians, and
Many of you have heard that a gunman fired upon an event at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, killing two parishioners and wounding another Thursday evening. The
In January 2022, the Church Home Board awarded a grant of $145,000 to Literacy Mid-South, a nonprofit in Shelby County whose mission is to bring the gift of literacy to
The 80th General Convention of The Episcopal Church will be held this summer, July 7-14, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland. It meets every three years and is the governing body of
Faithfully Memphis Podcast
Bishop Phoebe Roaf of the Episcopal Diocese of West Tennessee sits down with Memphians and others in Shelby County regarding the issues facing our community, as well as the ways in which to explore how our faith informs our perspective and unites people from a variety of backgrounds.