Jubilee Ministries

One of the ways the Episcopal Church addresses domestic poverty is through its Jubilee network, which consists of over 600 Jubilee Ministry Centers. These centers empower the poor and oppressed in their communities by providing direct services, such as food, shelter, and healthcare, and also by advocating for human rights.

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October 19, 2012

Four people have served as National Jubilee Officer since Jubilee Ministry was born as a result of a resolution approved by the Episcopal General Convention in 1982. And while the ministry has changed dramatically over the intervening 30...

October 19, 2012

Today, the St. Francis Center in Denver is a long-established refuge for homeless men and women in Denver, providing a place where up to 800 individuals a day may come to shower, get a change of clothes, see a doctor, store their...

October 19, 2012

As I begin this article, I can only express my deep gratitude to each of you for the ministries you offer as an expression of your discipleship in Jesus. It has been a privilege for these past five years to be able to be a part of the...

March 1, 2011

Ministerios Nuestras Pequeñas Rosas began 25 years ago in a three-bedroom rental house in this gritty, factory town four hours from the capital, Tegucigalpa, because its founder, Diana Frade, recognized the need to educate and empower at-...

February 3, 2011

On a night of life-threatening sub-zero temperature, St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Casper Feb. 1 became an emergency warming shelter for the city's homeless and inadequately housed. The volunteers, who organized via alerts on Facebook,...

December 1, 2010

There are some men and women for whom homelessness seems to be a chronic state, others who are temporarily down on their luck, who are working to get back on their feet. Many are Veterans, and today there are a growing number of women who...

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Existing and new opportunities for developing Jubilee Ministries

A review of the nine functions of priority ministry commitments in Jubilee Ministry, and how DJOs can be involved in developing the network within these functions.

Transcript of keynote speech at Jubilee Training Event, presented by The Rev. Dr. Monrelle Williams, May 16, 2008, in Scottsdale, Arizona.

A marvelous sermon that shows how small efforts by each of us can add up to major accomplishments. Given by The Rev. Rebecca Jones, DJO Colorado, on August 16, 2009, at St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal Church in Denver, CO.

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