Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Articles

March 3, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

As I’m writing this, I’m listening to Peter Gabriel’s song “Biko”. The lyrics describe my feelings about the UN CSW well: “You can blow out the candle, but you can’t blow out the fire. Once the flames begin to catch, the wind just blows them higher.” I love these words because they...

March 3, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

My favorite encounter each day is the interaction with other people from other countries. Sometimes good and sometimes maybe not so good. But the encounters in and of themselves is what teaches us, as a group, so much about ourselves as individuals and also Americans. As an episcopal...

March 3, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

My favorite encounter each day is the interaction with other people from other countries. Sometimes good and sometimes maybe not so good. But the encounters in and of themselves is what teaches us, as a group, so much about ourselves as individuals and also Americans. As an episcopal...

March 2, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

by Hanna Kang-Brown, Diocese of Los Angeles

In NYC, I am surrounded by a cacophony of noise and movement. Buildings filled with people rise on all sides of the street. People rush to and fro. Cars are merging, and trucks are honking. I am surrounded by people with countless...

March 2, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

by Hanna Kang-Brown, Diocese of Los Angeles

In NYC, I am surrounded by a cacophony of noise and movement. Buildings filled with people rise on all sides of the street. People rush to and fro. Cars are merging, and trucks are honking. I am surrounded by people with countless...

March 2, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

by Karen Longenecker, Diocese of San Diego

Coming back to UNCSW this year has already proved to be a profound and moving experience, and its only Monday. I was here last year and while I keep trying not to compare, it is rather inevitable and I find myself being so delighted...

March 2, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

by Karen Longenecker, Diocese of San Diego

Coming back to UNCSW this year has already proved to be a profound and moving experience, and its only Monday. I was here last year and while I keep trying not to compare, it is rather inevitable and I find myself being so delighted...

March 2, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

by Jasmine Bostock, Diocese of Hawaii

Starting the day this morning, I was filled with anticipation of what the day would bring. Will I hear stories? Will I tell them? Will I be brave enough to introduce myself to someone and start a conversation? Will I be overcome with...

March 2, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

by Jasmine Bostock, Diocese of Hawaii

Starting the day this morning, I was filled with anticipation of what the day would bring. Will I hear stories? Will I tell them? Will I be brave enough to introduce myself to someone and start a conversation? Will I be overcome with...

March 2, 2010

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Today, young adults from around the world led morning worship for the Ecumenical Women delegations. We took as our text the Song of Miriam and led the diverse delegations in song, prayer, art and conversation. This song was composed by young adults as part of our Sunday gathering specifically for...

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