Young Adult and Campus Ministry

Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Home is Where the Heart Is

November 10, 2014

Anonymous People say the one constant in life is change.  This is apparent in the seasons, in our own life experiences, and as we transition from one stage of life to another.  I think one of my most difficult transitions (one that I am still working on) is the transition from adolescence into adulthood, aka […]

Why Serve 2010: What is Discernment?

November 10, 2014

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Why Serve 2010: A Place From Which to Serve

November 10, 2014

Ernesto Pasalo, or JaR, is a student in the Diocese of Hawaii. “But now revealed and made known through the prophetic writings by the command of the eternal God, so that all nations might believe and obey him” Romans 16:26 As we sat in the van on the way to our conference for “people of […]

Why Serve 2010: Called into Holy Conflict

November 10, 2014

Jabriel Ballentine is a member of the Diocese of the Virgin Islands, residing in Washington, D.C..   In the Name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.  One God.  Amen.   Recently about fifty of us youth gathered in Sewanee, TN to explore our call to serve.  It was an invaluable experience […]

Why Serve 2010: Episcopal Polity 101

November 10, 2014

Brian Romero is a student in the Diocese of Long Island. Why Serve? Or how to serve? These were the questions young adults were asking themselves as they traveled to Sewanee, Tennessee. They continued to ask them throughout the course of the Why Serve Conference hosted by the University of the South. During the four […]

Episcorific releases Ordinary Time issue

November 10, 2014

Epsicorific Soap Box Edition! That’s right! The latest edition of Episcorific, a ‘zine for and by the young adults of the Episcopal Church is live and online. Check it out! Articles include:Growing in Mission by Robin DenneyShe by Margaret ElsworthPentecost by Cortney DaleBrother’s Blood/Golden Gifts by Charles McClain Sister Sally SaysHuman Mystery by Denise OliveiraPeacemaker […]

Welcome!

November 10, 2014

Howdy folks, Welcome to our new information conduit on the blog-o-sphere. We’ll be using this site to communicate information on a regular basis concerning happenings, opportunities, ideas and innovations in the world of young adult and campus ministries in our Episcopal Church. This site will not replace our regular monthly Broadcast newsletter, but will fill […]

Why Serve 2010: Telling My Story for Me, Sharing My Story for Us

November 10, 2014

Gerlene Gordy, or GJ, is a member of the Navajoland Area Mission. Ya’at’eeh! My name is Gerlene Gordy also known as GJ. I am Native American, an enrolled member of the Navajo Tribe, currently residing in Window Rock, Arizona. My clans are One Who Walks Around born into the Salt Clan. My maternal grandparent’s clan […]

Check Out the Latest Edition of Broadcast

November 10, 2014

That’s right, the August edition is hot off the virtual presses. This month begins our fall series on Spirituality and Health. This month’s writers explore the importance of exercise to their relationship with themselves, their communities, and their God. Also check out the intro video including clips from this summer’s Chaplains Conference in Georgia, our […]

UNCSW 2011: Called to Serve

November 10, 2014

by Brian Romero, Diocese of Long Island Yesterday during the Ecumenical Women’s orientation at the United Nations Church Center a youth from the Presbyterian Church of USA stood up to share her reflection on the day so far and hosting the session was Rev. Kathleen Stone, Chaplain of the UN church center. Their dialogue was […]

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Contact:
The Rev. Shannon Kelly

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