September 28 – October 1, 2017 • Sunday River, Maine Each working day, mariners push themselves in a race against time and nature to deliver the world’s commerce. In addition to the outdoor elements, our event also includes a “Philanthropy Challenge”, asking participants to raise funds and awareness for the Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) and its mariner support services. Find out more >
Episcopal Migration Ministries, the refugee resettlement agency of the Episcopal Church, invites participation in supporting its life-saving work through Stand To Support Refugees, a fundraising campaign to maintain a strong, viable ministry network to welcome those fleeing war, violence and persecution. Donations to Stand To Support Refugees will help strengthen important ministry to some of the most vulnerable throughout the world. Read more >
Episcopal Volunteers in Mission The Episcopal Church is re-launching the Episcopal Volunteers in Mission program. Find out more>
The Episcopal Diocese of Rochester is launching a College for Congregational Development this summer!The College is an intensive seven-day, six-night training program for lay and clergy leaders offered over two summers. Find out more...
MONS NVBIFER SANCTVS Contemplative Christian Formation for the Whole of Life www.monsnubifer.org Mons Nubifer Sanctus (Holy Cloud-Bearing Mountain) offers weekend, week-long and longer-term residential programs that assist people of all walks and stations of life to explore and to enter the spiritual wisdom and ways of the ancient Christian faith. Find out about their blog and coming events.
Register now for the 2017 Young Adult and Campus Ministry Leadership Conference, CULTIVATE: Resilient Hope, slated for June 25-28 at St. David’s Episcopal Church, Austin (Diocese of Texas). In addition to CULTIVATE: Resilient Hope, there will be a Pre-Conference on Sunday, June 25 from 2 pm to 6 pm. Read all about it > and Follow this on Facebook
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The Project Resource Conference: Registration is now open for this training conference on May 9-11, 2017, at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia. The aim of the conference is to train teams from participating dioceses in the art and science of raising money, raising people, and developing planning and communications that support these initiatives. Project Resource seeks to change the cultureof resource development in our Churchto be more fruitful for God’s mission. More information can be found here.