Young Adult and Campus Ministry

Young Adult and Campus Ministries

EcoJustice 2011: Justin Cole reflects on his experience

November 10, 2014

Video by Justin Potter Filed under: EcoJustice

You're lookin' like GOD today!

November 10, 2014

It’s sometimes frustrating to see and feel the disconnect between Sunday worship and the rest of our lives.  So a couple weeks ago I decided to give our college ministry one simple and specific practice to take home every Sunday with the goal of fostering community and discipleship throughout the week.  Nothing revolutionary.  Just simple practices. But practices that […]

Why Campus Ministry?

November 10, 2014

“Why do you want to do campus ministry?”  I got asked this question a lot as I navigated my way through the complicated discernment process I had to go through for ordination.  Truthfully, it was simply where I felt (and still feel) called to serve God and the Church.  College students are incredible.  They are learning about independence and […]

EcoJustice 2011: Spreading the Seeds of Eco-Justice

November 10, 2014

by Ashley Graham-Wilcox Converging from Massachusetts, Arizona and everywhere in between, 17 young adult members of the Episcopal Church gathered in Seattle last week for the first “Eco-Justice Immersion Experience,” organized by the Episcopal Leadership Institute for Young Adults. The “Eco-“ prefix is intentionally vague, as the conference brought both ecologic and economic concepts to […]

AHHHHHHHHHHHHdvent!

November 10, 2014

Campus might be the quietest place in the city this week. After all, it’s reading week. You know, that week when all the students get to read, catch up, cram, prepare, memorize, repeat, all for their final papers, tests, presentations or projects. I love this quiet. It’s solemn and serene and it’s a great way […]

Pepper Spray, Protests, Police, and Finals

November 10, 2014

People all over the world have seen video footage from November 18th, when a group of protesters here at UC Davis were sprayed in the face with pepper spray.  Justified outrage flowed from all corners of the globe and multiple investigations are now underway.  How could this happen?  Why did it happen and who allowed […]

A little bit about me: 140 characters at a time!

November 10, 2014

I was asked to write a little bit about myself before I continue to contribute to this blog. I decided to just pull 25 tweets from my twitter feed that spans my entire life. Enjoy!  

Dear Freshman

November 10, 2014

Dear Freshman, Welcome to college!   You showed up on campus on a hot summer day with your parents and a minivan full of your effects. Packed neatly was your favorite blanket, pillow, clothes, the collage of pictures from your senior year, and poster of Justin Beiber (JK) rolled tightly into a handy cylinder just […]

Praying the Liturgy: A Literal Interpretation

November 10, 2014

Students who worship at the Absalom Jones Episcopal Center are not necessarily Episcopalian. In fact, many of them get their first introductions to a liturgical tradition via the Center. Because of their unfamiliarity with the tradition, some rather odd things can happen during the liturgy. Most of the oddities are non-consequential, but one student’s interpretation […]

Episcopal Campus Ministry at Atlanta's HBCU's

November 10, 2014

The Campus Ministry As I sit in my office typing this blog, a group of food service providers from Morehouse College are working with local labor organizers in our large gathering space called the Koinonia Cafe. Across the hall, two men of Morehouse are studying in the computer lab, and next door to my office […]

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Contact:
The Rev. Shannon Kelly

Director of Faith Formation and Officer for Young Adult and Campus Ministries