Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Articles

January 25, 2015

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

Dear friends in ministry,

The Epiphany season is a time of new beginnings. That will be especially true for me this year. I have accepted a call to serve as Rector of The Episcopal Church of The Holy Communion in St. Louis, Missouri. This past summer and fall, as I walked with the people...

January 25, 2015

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

Dear friends in ministry,

The Epiphany season is a time of new beginnings. That will be especially true for me this year. I have accepted a call to serve as Rector of The Episcopal Church of The Holy Communion in St. Louis, Missouri. This past summer and fall, as I walked with the people...

November 10, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

“The idea behind Commonplace is really pretty simple, a place where young adults in leadership in the church could...

November 5, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

The first Tuesday of each month, we invite leaders from around The Episcopal Church to discuss topics related to Young Adult and Campus Ministries. You can watch live at 6 pm Eastern time by going to our Google Hangout page. You’ll also find an archive of our past...

November 5, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

The first Tuesday of each month, we invite leaders from around The Episcopal Church to discuss topics related to Young Adult and Campus Ministries. You can watch live at 6 pm Eastern time by going to our Google Hangout page. You’ll also find an archive of our past...

October 30, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

Do you know a Young Adult who could benefit from a year spent abroad serving with the church? Applicants must have a high degree of maturity and possess a faith commitment, the willingness to be a humble guest, and the ability to be an authentic companion. The Young Adult Service Corps brings...

October 30, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

Young adults are a key demographic in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Our ability to live fully into God’s mission for us depends on our physical health, and health insurance gives us the opportunity to access health care when we need it the most. Just as The Episcopal Church...

October 30, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

Ministry costs money. How do we fund the work we are doing in reaching out to young adults? We are in the season of pledge drives for the Church (and NPR). Our ministries are funded in a variety of ways. Some of the healthiest ministries have a variety of funding sources. How can you build...

October 30, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

Did you know that The Episcopal Church recognizes the act of voting and political participation as an act of Christian stewardship? Voting is a way of connecting to, and caring about, our neighborhoods, our government, and the direction of public policy. Voting this Nov. 4th is a way to ensure...

October 30, 2014

By: The Rev. Mike Angell

On November 4 at 6pm EST we will host a live discussion about building a network of financial support with leaders from The Episcopal Church Foundation and the Campus and Young Adult ministry networks of The Episcopal Church. Ask a question before our conversation or during the hangout by...

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