[May 3, 2018] A total of $139,000 has been awarded to 20 recipients of the Episcopal Church2018 Young Adult and Campus Ministry grants.
Young Adult and Campus Ministry Grants provide funding for dioceses, congregations, and community college/tribal college/university campuses that are doing or seek to do ministry with young adults on and off college campuses.
“These grants help the Episcopal Church live into an expanded understanding of what it means to be in ministry w
On May 3, Stephen Lane's 10th anniversary as Bishop, the Discernment Committee for the Tenth Bishop of Maine released the diocesan profile and announced that nominations and applications for bishop diocesan are now being accepted. Self-nominations are welcome. Please feel free to share the profile and the nomination information far and wide. The profile, nomination form, and application form may be found online at www.bishopquest.me. All forms and required attachments must b
Carol Gallagher is the first American Indian (Cherokee) female bishop in the Episcopal Church and first Indigenous female bishop in Anglican Communion. Carol offers both her personal experience and churchwide perspective as theAssistant Bishop for Native Ministries in Montana and Bishop Missioner for the Bishops' Native Collaborative. Carol contextualized the conversation with a brief history of the Anglican/Episcopal Church's relationship with Native people, explored the imp
Congratulations to the leaders of the Center for Wisdom's Women, a ministry that grew out of Trinity, Lewiston, as it successfully obtained funding to proceed with Sophia's House, a long-term, community-based residential recovery program for women who are survivors of addiction, incarceration, and trafficking. Sophia's House will be modeled on a ministry called Thistle Farms based in Nashville. A Diocese of Maine New Initiative Fund grant allowed Center volunteers to attend a
Register for the Trinity Institute conference “Values in Action” to hear the Most Rev. Michael Curry preach a message of hope in a time when so many are feeling discouraged. Attend in New York City this February or at one of the partner sites in New England: Connecticut Bridgeport
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Discerning shared values is crucial to forming powerful partnerships and moving forward with courageous intention. This year's Trinity Institute focuses on Values in Action and features leading activists, theologians, authors, and experts who will share their vision of how to integrate core values into strategic and effective action. This year's presenters include the Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church; Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim