Episcopal Relief & Development shares how faith leaders in Liberia are taking a stand against gender-based violence and what it means to fight for equality.
The Diocese of West Missouri is seeking a part-time Missioner for Vocations who will works closely with the Bishop and the Commission on Ministry to ensure the Constitution and Canons are followed in the ordination process.
Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral is seeking a part-time Children and Families Ministries Coordinator responsible for weekly programming for children in preschool through fifth grade.
Five-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development shares their first-hand experience on the importance of the Episcopal Asset Map and how the collaborative project between Episcopal Relief & Development and The Episcopal Church allows congregations to respond to disasters in the most under-resourced and unrepresented communities in the US.
Episcopal Relief & Development offers the opportunity to double your gift this spring to end global hunger crisis
Three-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development has launched a campaign to support the organization’s efforts to alleviate the global hunger crisis. A group of generous donors will match each gift made to the Global Needs Fund until May 25, 2023, up to $250,000.
Las Meditaciones Cuaresmales de Episcopal Relief & Development – la Agencia Episcopal de Alivio y Desarrollo preguntan: “¿Quién es mi prójimo?”
Three-minute read. La Agencia Episcopal de Alivio y Desarrollo invita a los episcopales y a las personas de todos los credos a reflexionar sobre la pregunta “¿Quién es mi prójimo?” esta Cuaresma a través de las Meditaciones Cuaresmales de 2023.
Three-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development invites Episcopalians and people of all faith backgrounds to reflect on the question “Who is My Neighbor?” this Lent through the 2023 Lenten Meditations.
Two-minute read. “We stand ready to assist in the coming days and weeks.” Episcopal Relief & Development is in close contact with Episcopal dioceses in the southern United States and Cuba in response to Hurricane Ian, which made landfall in Cuba on Tuesday and in southwest Florida on Wednesday.
Episcopal Relief & Development supports the Episcopal Dioceses of Lexington and Southwestern Virginia after Flooding in the South
Two-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with the Episcopal dioceses of Lexington and Southwestern Virginia as they respond to those affected by flooding in eastern Kentucky and Virginia.
Two-minute read. Life at St. Anne’s, Lee’s Summit after they converted their office space to accommodate an Afghan Refugee family.
Three-minute read. The Necessity Pantry at St. Michael’s, Independence began in 2000 when several members saw the need to provide toiletries to individuals receiving food assistance. It has since grown into a community resource providing an array of personal care items. After suspending operations in March 2020 due to the pandemic, a group of dedicated volunteers developed a plan to reopen the pantry as a drive-through.
Episcopal Relief & Development offers the opportunity to transform communities this Holiday Season with redesigned Gifts for Life catalog
Two-minute read. Episcopal Relief & Development invites supporters and congregations to transform a life this holiday season by giving a gift from the organization’s newly redesigned Gifts for Life alternative gift catalog.
One-minute read. The Episcopal Church invites young leaders ages 21 to 32 interested in a transformative outreach and discernment experience to consider applying to the Episcopal Service Corps for its 2022-23 service year.
Three-minute read. Stephen Ministries St. Louis is now training caring ministry leaders through a live, interactive online training experience called the Bridge Leader’s Training Course.
At its recent community dinner, Christ Episcopal Church in Springfield delivered 174 to-go boxes and 10 members of the community were vaccinated by the health department.
Eight-minute read. Haitian Episcopalians have spent the hours since the August 14 7.2 magnitude earthquake searching for family and friends while assessing the damage to their churches, schools, and communities as their ministry partners across The Episcopal Church have anxiously awaited their news.
Two-minute read. The Sewanee Ministry Collaborative is seeking clergy applicants as participants and conveners. The Collaborative is a mutual mentoring program designed to help clergy flourish in their chosen ministries.
One-minute read. St. Peter and All Saints Episcopal Church will be providing a total of 76 family members with turkeys and all the sides for a family meal this Thanksgiving.
Two-minute read. The Rev. Deacon Kevin White, (St. Augustine’s), has been accepted into the Peace Corps and will depart for Morocco on Sept. 8, 2019, to begin training as a Youth Development Specialist volunteer.
Five-minute read. The Lake of the Ozarks Stop Human Trafficking Coalition is now ready to pursue the second part of the dream they had at their founding: that of developing a safe house for women who have been trafficked.