Adrienne Davis
Adrienne Davis

Adrienne is from the Diocese of Southern Virginia. She continues to serve with Helpers for Domestic Helpers at St. John’s Cathedral in the Diocese of Hong Kong Island.  

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chinese medicine

I've been having some rugby related aches and pains and decided to go to a Chinese Medicine Doctor (who is also my teammate). I have to say there are good reasons why acupuncture and cupping have been around for so long. One or two sessions after beginning I found my ... [Read More]
Amelia Brown
Amelia Brown

Amelia is from the Diocese of Albany. She is serving with the communication department of the Anglican Communion Office in London, England. She is the first young adult to serve in this internship.

Aspen Gomez
Aspen Gomez

Aspen is from the Diocese of Texas. She is teaching at the Hogar Escuela in the Diocese of Costa Rica. 

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In Transit:

Nearly four months living in San José and I have finally made my first post. Funny really, I wondered why I had procrastinated in writing this post for so long, being that I love to write. But after today, I came to the realization as to why; my mind, body ... [Read More]
Benjamin Hansknecht
Benjamin Hansknecht

Ben is from the Diocese of Central New York. He is working with the E-CARE Foundation in the Visayas Area Mission. 

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Missionary

Happy New Year! Merry Christmas! Happy Thanksgiving! Whew, it feels good to clear out the holiday backlog! I’m sorry for the big time jump since my last post. As of last week, I have been living in the Philippines for 4 months and counting, and this entry is dedicated to ... [Read More]
Caroline Sprinkle
Caroline Sprinkle

Caroline is from the Diocese of North Carolina. She is working with the E-CARE Foundation in the Diocese of Northern Luzon, Philippines. 

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Dance, come on!

This past month alone, I’ve taken about 5 overnight trips to various communities in our diocese. They’ve all been enlightening and engaging and I want to tell you about one in particular.
Two weeks ago, my co-worker Aldwin and I drove up to Balatoc for their annual barangay fiesta, or neighborhood ... [Read More]
Charles Merchant
Charles Merchant

Charles is from the Episcopal Church in South Carolina. He is serving with the Holy Cross School in the Diocese of Grahamstown, South Africa.

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Feb-Mar '17: Month 1 in South Africa.

     My first month in South Africa was very eventful! I learned how to drive stick shift (was really difficult at first), I started volunteering in the Rhodes University Wind Ensemble, and made friends and met a lot of new people. Most importantly, met the students and staff at ... [Read More]
Duncan Campbell
Eleanor Duncan Campbell

Duncan is from the Diocese of Virginia. She is teaching at the Hogar Escuela in the Diocese of Costa Rica. 

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Happy THANKSgiving

First things first, Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate it! I know Thanksgiving is only an American holiday and right now there is a current debate to whether or not we should even celebrate Thanksgiving due to its historical context. Even if you celebrate this holiday or not, I hope ... [Read More]
Elizabeth Bleynat
Elizabeth Bleynat

Elizabeth is from the Diocese of Western North Carolina. She is serving with the Mission to Seafarers in the Diocese of Western Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Emily Kirk

Emily is from the Diocese of East Tennessee. She continues to serve with the Tsedaqah Community Ministry in the Diocese of Liverpool, England. 

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When Lambeth Feels Normal

Its funny when you realize what has become your new normal.  A year ago, I would have been telling the world that I was going to London for an event at Lambeth Palace.  But there I was on the train feeling completely unphased by my destination.  I have lived in ... [Read More]
Emma Schauf
Emma Schauf

Ben is from the Diocese of Pittsburgh. She is serving with the Tsedaqah Community Ministry in the Diocese of Liverpool, England. 

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It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like…

The holiday season is in full swing here in Liverpool and it can bring on some feelings of homesickness.  I thankfully live with a fellow YASCer who is doing a second year here.  Her name is Emily and I am so thankful to be with her.  She has become a ... [Read More]

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