Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Articles

March 31, 2006

As the Rev. Shirley Bowen looked out at her audience in the Student Center of the University of Southern Maine one day in late February, it occurred to her that sometimes reality and vision come together in ways that are hard to foresee.

What had started several years before as a...

April 30, 2005

Nearly 80 percent of this country’s population identifies itself as Christian.  But I’m uncertain what that means these days.  It’s becoming so easy to slap on the label that its meaning is getting lost.  Perhaps Dietrich Bonhoeffer was right when he worried that the church was steadily...

September 30, 2004

Young adults at Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Mass., are launching a new print project: Uprising, a magazine that hopes to capture the voices and experiences of young adults throughout the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.

Carol Brorsen, a master of divinity student...

July 5, 2004

Approximately 60 campus ministers met at Berea College in Kentucky June 23-26 for the Episcopal Ministries in Higher Education gathering under the theme "Forgiven, loving and free: spreading the joyful news on campus," the first such conference since the dissolution of the Episcopal Society for...

May 31, 2004

COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY students, often living away from home for the first time, face a multitude of new challenges. Even those who were active in church life before arriving on campus are apt to drift away from the habits of regular worship and fellowship.

Most Episcopalians agree on...

May 1, 2003

What Do I Believe About...

War? What is conscientious objection? What types of conscientious objectors are recognized by federal law? What other types of conscientious objectors are there? Am I a conscientious objector? Why is it so important to think about this now? What about...

In recent years, increasing numbers of Episcopalians in their 20s and 30s have been serving in leadership roles in congregations, on college campuses, in local justice movements, in new Christian communities, and through a year of mission service. The Office of Young Adult and Campus Ministries...

In recent years, increasing numbers of Episcopalians in their 20s and 30s have been serving in leadership roles in congregations, on college campuses, in local justice movements, in new Christian communities, and through a year of mission service. The Office of Young Adult and Campus Ministries...

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