Global Mission

Global Mission

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January 14, 2014

Ashley Cameron, a Young Adult Service Corps missionary serving in the Episcopal Diocese of Santiago in the Philippines, Elizabeth Boe, the Episcopal Church’s global networking officer, and Ryan Abrams, a former YASC missionary who served in the Episcopal Diocese of...

August 1, 2013

By: The Public Affairs Office

Twenty-eight young adults from 24 Episcopal Church dioceses will be serving as missionaries in the Young Adult Service Corps (YASC) for the 2013-2014 term in locales throughout the Anglican Communion, including 19 new ministries.

This year’s group of missionaries boasts the largest...

April 18, 2013

Tom y Dianne Wilson.

[Episcopal News Service – San Salvador, El Salvador] Para los misioneros Tom y Dianne Wilson la parte del servicio que les ha presentado hasta ahora un mayor desafío ha sido aprender español.

La pareja, proveniente de Rutland, Massachusetts, y miembros de la...

April 16, 2013

[Episcopal News Service – San Salvador, El Salvador] For missionaries Tom and Dianne Wilson the most challenging part of service in El Salvador thus far has been learning Spanish.

The couple, from Rutland, Massachusetts, and members of St. Francis Episcopal...

April 9, 2013

An ecumenical group from Anacortes, Washington, spent March 29-April 5 in El Salvador learning about Foundation Cristosal’s human rights-based approach to community development on a “transformational trip” organized and facilitated by the organization. ENS Photo/Lynette...

August 14, 2012

By: The Public Affairs Office

Eighteen young adults from 13 Episcopal Church dioceses will be serving as missionaries in the Young Adult Service Corps (YASC) for the 2012-2013 term in locales throughout the Anglican Communion, including eight new ministries.

This year’s group of missionaries boasts the largest number...

October 4, 2011

After spending a year as a Young Adult Service Corps volunteer teaching Xhosa children in Grahamstown, South Africa, Travis Shields, 23, has decided to change the course of his life.

Rather than pursue a Ph.D. in medical physics, he's decided to study medicine with the hope of one day...

September 6, 2010

Miriam's mother needs a miracle. Every morning the first thing she thinks about is what she can sacrifice to help assure that her daughter finishes high school. The second thing she does is pray for a family at Good Shepherd, Kingwood (in the Diocese of Texas) -- a family that donated the...

July 12, 2010

A hand-made sign hanging on the wall of the Bromley Episcopal Mission School for girls welcomed the 16 missioners who traveled from Leesburg, Virginia, to Monrovia, Liberia. The sign read, "If love hadn't existed in your hearts, you wouldn't have come this far. Thank you for educating us, and...

June 27, 2010

We are all on pilgrimage, aren't we? Wandering, seeking, and searching for meaning. Pilgrimage is often a journey to a sacred site. Our pilgrim's heart longs to discover the deeper meaning of our soul. The pilgrim's way can be a rocky road, littered with unpleasant situations. We need these...

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A network of Episcopal groups and related organizations that are active in Haiti share experienc

SAMS-USA is a voluntary mission society of the Episcopal Church that has 50 long-term missionari

From its earliest days as a floating chapel to its present operation as a full-service shorebase

The purpose of SPCK/USA, with roots firmly in the Anglican Communion, is to enable Christians in

For more than 30 years, Trinity Grants has channeled resources from New York City throughout the

African Palms USA has the unique mission of turning an African product (a simple palm cross) int

The American Committee for KEEP, Inc., supports the work in agriculture, education, health and C

As an intermediary ministry between African and American churches of the Episcopal, Methodist, P

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