Episcopal Church United States

Clergy planned to gather outside St. John's Church for a prayer vigil but were prevented -- even though days earlier, Trump used the church for a photo-op.
Police drove faith leaders off the property of St. John's Church to make room for the president, according to Rev. Gini Gerbasi.
The Rev. Phoebe Roaf is only the fifth black woman to become a bishop in the history of the Episcopal Church.
"To defy authority in Asian-American cultures can feel like denying God," said Rev. Winnie Varghese. "But it's in the Bible that we are created in the image of God."
The first black presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church is an outspoken advocate of civil and LGBTQ rights.