Young Adult and Campus Ministry

Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Book: People of the Way

November 10, 2014

“We have unique gifts to contribute to the church and society. What is required is a new kind of posture, one of learning, innovation, experimentation and discovery. Rather than assuming […]

Young Adult Heads to the Missionary Life in South Africa

November 10, 2014

Here’s a great video that Bishop Michael Curry, Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, made with Paul Daniels, St. Ambrose Episcopal Church, Raleigh, who is one of our Young Adult Service Corps (YASC) […]

Team Staffing Update

November 10, 2014

Happy All Saints! As Team Leader for the Formation and Vocation Ministries Team of The Episcopal Church, I am pleased to offer an update on some staff changes that are […]

Virginia Theological Seminary “Spring Visit Weekend” for prospective students

November 10, 2014

College seniors who are thinking about graduate school or seminary should consider attending the Virginia Theological Seminary (VTS) annual “Spring Visit Weekend” for prospective students: February 14-16, 2014. The weekend […]

The Rev. Michael Angell named Episcopal Church Missioner for Young Adults and Campus Ministry

November 10, 2014

Bishop Stacy Sauls, Chief Operating Officer of The Episcopal Church, has announced the appointment of the Rev. Michael Angell as Missioner for Young Adults and Campus Ministry on the staff […]

Laying Fallow

November 10, 2014

Letting the ground lay fallow, unplanted, unyielding, is an ancient practice. Over the millennia we have of agricultural records, farmers have practiced some form of letting land rest, between rotating […]

Episcopal Peace Fellowship Offers Spring Break Alternatives

November 10, 2014

Today we welcome guest blogger, Michael Kurth, who serves on the Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) National Executive Council, and co-chairs their Young Adult Initiative.   EPF Urban Pilgrimages Combine Social Justice and Faith Formation […]

Why Serve 2014: God at Work Through Relationships

November 10, 2014

Today’s guest blogger is Carlos de la Torre, who is a second year student at Virginia Theological Seminary and a Postulant from the Diocese of Connecticut. Currently, Carlos serves as […]

Register Now for Why Serve 2014

November 10, 2014

Why ServeJune 5-8Church Divinity School of the PacificCost: $70, covers lodging, meals, and materials Young Adults (age 18-30) from the Asian, Black, Indigenous, and Latino/Hispanic communities of The Episcopal Church, the […]

Kindling Conference will engage wider vision for 21st century church

November 10, 2014

Guest blogger, Steve Mullaney, is the Missioner for Young Adult and College Ministry for the Episcopal Church in Minnesota and the Organizer for the University Episcopal Community at the University […]

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The Rev. Shannon Kelly

Officer for Young Adult and Campus Ministries and Camino Project Grant

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