We are open to all students of any religion to come join in on the Episcopal faith. Our goal as an organization is to connect you with the Lord through student activities on campus. Such activities include lunches, weekly meetings, labrinth walks, and other events. We offer community reflection and provide networking opportunites.
ECM is not a community of tolerance, but of celebration. That means we don’t just “tolerate” people of all colors, genders, orientations, politics, shapes, and sizes… we celebrate the many diverse gifts God gives us in each other. We’re not perfect. We struggle with diversity, but when we do, we struggle honestly and openly and celebrate everyone’s presence in the community.
Our faith is not signing off on a strict list of beliefs but a way of life focused on loving others. For ECM, service is building relationships with those from very different circumstances from ours: the homeless, the hungry, the sick; seeing Christ in them, learning that we are not as different as we might think, and realizing that as we serve, so we are served.
One thing we all have in common is that we are trying to figure out what to do with our lives. What are our gifts? What does God want us to be? We search for those answers together as a community of honest conversation and prayer where you can be yourself–sure and celebrating one minute, unsure and scared the next–and it’s okay because we’ve all been there.
We are sponsored by St. Albans Episcopal Church of Arlington (Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth)