Young Adult and Campus Ministries

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April 8, 2014

By: Mike Angell

Today’s guest blogger is Carlos de la Torre, who is a second year student at Virginia Theological Seminary and a Postulant from the Diocese of Connecticut. Currently, Carlos serves as a seminarian intern at a faith community in Washington D.C.

Why Serve Formed Me Into the Person I Am Today...

April 8, 2014

By: Mike Angell

Today’s guest blogger is Carlos de la Torre, who is a second year student at Virginia Theological Seminary and a Postulant from the Diocese of Connecticut. Currently, Carlos serves as a seminarian intern at a faith community in Washington D.C.

Why Serve Formed Me Into the Person I Am Today...

March 19, 2014

Dear Friends,

I began my work with the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of The Episcopal Church in mid-January, and I have been overwhelmed by the words of welcome I have received from all over the church. I think this welcome speaks to the high level of energy and interest in...

March 3, 2014

By: Mike Angell

Applications are now being accepted for grant proposals from dioceses, parishes or community college/college/university campuses for new and current campus ministries in higher education institutions in The Episcopal Church.

Our hope is that, through these grants, dioceses, parishes and...

March 3, 2014

By: Mike Angell

Applications are now being accepted for grant proposals from dioceses, parishes or community college/college/university campuses for new and current campus ministries in higher education institutions in The Episcopal Church.

Our hope is that, through these grants, dioceses, parishes and...

February 25, 2014

By: Mike Angell

 

This upcoming Sunday, March 2, is World Mission Sunday in The Episcopal Church.

Traditionally celebrated on the last Sunday after Epiphany, the purpose of World Mission Sunday is to focus on the global impact of the Baptismal Covenant’s call to “seek and serve Christ in all...

February 13, 2014

By: Mike Angell

Letting the ground lay fallow, unplanted, unyielding, is an ancient practice.

Over the millennia we have of agricultural records, farmers have practiced some form of letting land rest, between rotating crops letting the soil just lay there for a time, fallow. In arid zones, this break...

February 13, 2014

By: Mike Angell

Letting the ground lay fallow, unplanted, unyielding, is an ancient practice.

Over the millennia we have of agricultural records, farmers have practiced some form of letting land rest, between rotating crops letting the soil just lay there for a time, fallow. In arid zones, this break...

February 10, 2014

By: Mike Angell

Today we welcome guest blogger, Michael Kurth, who serves on the Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) National Executive Council, and co-chairs their Young Adult Initiative. 

 EPF Urban Pilgrimages Combine Social Justice and Faith Formation

Quick. Close your eyes (figuratively, of...

February 10, 2014

By: Mike Angell

Today we welcome guest blogger, Michael Kurth, who serves on the Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) National Executive Council, and co-chairs their Young Adult Initiative. 

 EPF Urban Pilgrimages Combine Social Justice and Faith Formation

Quick. Close your eyes (figuratively, of...

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