Pobreza Doméstica

Pobreza Doméstica


La Iglesia Episcopal aborda la pobreza doméstica de muchas maneras: a través de su red de más de 600 Ministerios del Jubileo; Becas de justicia y abogacía de uno y dos años basadas en las Marcas Anglicanas de Misión; Desarrollo Comunitario Basado en Activos; Colaboración con los ministerios diocesanos y congregacionales en todo el país; Y programas anuales de subvención en bloque para el desarrollo (o enriquecimiento) del ministerio local. A través de estos procesos y ministerios, la Iglesia Episcopal busca "predicar buenas nuevas a los pobres, proclamar liberación a los presos y recuperación de la vista a los ciegos, liberar a los oprimidos y proclamar el año del favor del Señor" 4: 18-19).

Called to Transformation: An Asset-Based Approach to Engaging Church and Community

Centered around the belief that individuals, groups, and communities have the gifts they need to address the needs they see around them. 1 Corinthians 12 tells us that each of us are given different gifts to serve the community and we are all a part of the body of Christ working together. A project of The Episcopal Church and Episcopal Relief & Development, Called to Transformation hosts Asset-Based Community Development trainings across the church.

Called to tranformation

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Prison Ministries

Because the prison system can be a painful and damaging process for inmates and their families, these individuals are often in great need of being treated with dignity and compassion, as our faith calls us to do.

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2016 Jubilee Grants

In 2016 twenty-nine Episcopal Church Jubilee Grants totaling $64,612.30 have been awarded to support mission and ministry in 22 dioceses.

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