The ACP would like to extend a warm welcome to new member, the Rev. Elizabeth Felicetti. Elizabeth is an Episcopal priest and the rector of St. David’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia (www.stdavidsrva.org). In addition… Read More »New Member Spotlight: Elizabeth Felicetti
The Associated Church Press is proud to partner with the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP), the largest research and advocacy initiative in the world on gender equality in news and journalism.
Introducing Religion Unplugged, a new Associated Church Press member in 2021. The online publication is offering it’s stories and graphic content free of charge for non-commercial republication under the Creative Commons license.
The ACP congratulates its vice-president, Celeste Kennel-Shank, on being one of 30 North American pastoral leaders awarded a 2021–2022 Pastoral Study Project grant by the Louisville Institute. She will research and write a book about… Read More »Kennel-Shank receives Louisville Institute book project grant
Associated Church Press board member, Randy Hobson of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), created a video message to highlight the values of the ACP and showcase many of its members.
Following the February retirement of longtime editor in chief David Heim, the Christian Century adapted the roles of several existing staff members rather than replacing him directly.
Two Associated Church Press members have merged. The Mennonite, the denominational magazine of Mennonite Church USA; and Mennonite World Review, an independent newspaper; have joined to create Anabaptist World.
The Rev. W. Evan Golder, who edited the United Church of Christ’s monthly newspaper, United Church News, from its start in 1985 until his retirement in 2003, died Monday, Sept. 7, in hospice care in Westlake, Ohio. He was 82.
It’s been two months since George Floyd’s death at the hands of the Minneapolis Police was caught on video. Like all of you, the staff at Broadview experienced intense emotions amid the outrage that followed.
Several years ago I took part in a racial equity training program and like many progressive white people was consumed with guilt and anxiety. What could I do to contribute to racial equity – and to what the Jewish tradition calls tikkun olam (repairing the world)?