Diocese of Virginia


    Am I my brother’s keeper? 

    Cain asked this question. After he killed his brother, God asked him where his brother was. Cain tried a diversion tactic; he answered

  2. The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia stands in solidarity with people around the world as the global Coronavirus pandemic continues.  We do so specifically by supporting the worldwide sharing of vaccines and the technology needed to make them.  We acknowledge that as we in the United

  3. On Friday morning, I drove back to Richmond after spending a few days with our summer camp staff at Shrine Mont. Route 81 can be a challenge on any day in any season; on a rainy Friday morning of a long Fourth of July weekend, the trip could be painfully slow. So, I decided to avoid highways. I

  4. The Peace of Wild Things
    When despair for the world grows in me
    and I wake in the night at the least sound
    in fear of what my life and my children's lives may be,
    I go and
  5. The Executive Board of the Diocese met today via Zoom for a regularly scheduled meeting.

    The meeting began with a report from the Trustees of the Funds (TOTF), the related organization that manages