By Year

Responding to Life’s Big Questions with an Ethic of Love

In “Formed by Love,” Bader-Saye offers ethical guidance, resources from Episcopal tradition

Curt Ritter, critter@cpg.org, 212-592-1816

The Rev. Dr. Scott Bader-Saye, the Helen and Everett H. Jones Chair in Christian Ethics and Moral Theology at Seminary of the Southwest, likes to take on big questions. Very big questions.

New in Biblical and Theological Study

Three engaging new titles on the topic of Biblical Theological Study

Curt Ritter, critter@cpg.org, 212-592-1816

"She Flies On: A White Southern Christian Debutante Wakes Up"
A first-person narrative on the state of organized religion from one of the
most influential theologians of our time.

See what's new this Fall!

A selection of recently published titles

Curt Ritter, critter@cpg.org, 212-592-1816

"Called"
For anyone who has dedicated his or her life to ministry, or followed their dreams, it's the one word that says it all.

New Leadership Transition at Church Publishing Incorporated

Mark Dazzo to Suceed Davis Perkins as Publisher on April 1, 2017

Curt Ritter, critter@cpg.org, 212-592-1816

NEW YORK, NY — March 7, 2017 - The Church Pension Group (CPG), a financial services organization that serves the Episcopal Church, announced today that Mark Dazzo, Vice President, Global Marketing and Sales of Church Publishing Incorporated (CPI) will succeed Davis Perkins as Senior Vice President and Publisher of CPI effective April 1, 2017. Mr. Perkins, who will retire on March 31, has been instrumental in guiding CPI through numerous organizational transitions over the past 10 years. CPI serves as the publisher of official worship materials, books, music, and digital ministry resources for the Episcopal Church. Mr. Dazzo will report directly to Daniel Kasle, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of CPG.