Mission Enterprise Zones

Mission Enterprise Zones

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Total votes: 21

At its February meeting, the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church awarded $821,000 in grants for church planting and Mission Enterprise Zones, to fund the start of 20 new ministries throughout the Church.

The grants for church planting and Mission Enterprise Zones, which are...

Total votes: 13
March 13, 2017

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] At its February meeting, the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church awarded $821,000 in grants for church planting and Mission Enterprise Zones, to fund the start of 20 new ministries throughout the Church.

The grants for...

Total votes: 337

Ya están abiertas las solicitudes para el ciclo de subvenciones 2016 para el comienzo de nuevas iglesias y las Zonas de Empresa de Misión en la Iglesia Episcopal.

La Resolución D005 y la Resolución A012 aprobadas por la Convención General en julio de 2015 autorizaron nueva y continua...

Total votes: 337

Applications are now open for the 2016 grant cycle for new church starts and Mission Enterprise Zones in The Episcopal Church.

Resolution D005 and Resolution A012 approved by General Convention in July 2015 authorized new and continued funding for church plants and Mission Enterprise...

Total votes: 10
June 23, 2015

Alondra Hernandez, Hannah Sands and Camila Sands perform a ballet folklórico for the congregation at St. Paul’s Cathedral in San Diego on Dia de los Muertos. The Latino cathedral community built and decorated the altar. The Hispanic and Anglo members of the cathedral have grown closer by way...

Total votes: 12
June 22, 2015

When plans to use a local church as a base of operations fell through, the Rev. Meredyth Wessman Ward turned her car into her roving office as she practices a ministry of presence and making connections as urban missioner in the South Main neighborhood of Worcester in the Diocese of Western...

Total votes: 12
June 19, 2015

Kairos West Community Center in Asheville, North Carolina, is a one-year-old church-in-the-world initiative of the Cathedral of All Souls in Asheville and the Diocese of Western North Carolina. The ministry, based in a former fabric store on increasingly gentrified Hayward Road in West...

Total votes: 71
November 4, 2014

The Rev. Jim Hamilton, pastoral missioner for Church on the Square, Canton, celebrates Eucharist on All Saints’ Day, Nov. 1, at the opening service of the new church plant in Baltimore. The joint-venture between the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland and the ELCA Delaware-...

Total votes: 282
March 9, 2009

New ways of "being church" that developed in the past couple of decades are gathered under the term "emergent church."

It's also called a conversation, a movement, a phenomenon – and defining it is "like chasing mercury around a chemistry lab table," said Phyllis Tickle, author of The...