To go into the world and help to be agents and instruments of God’s reconciliation. To go into the world, let the world know that there is a God who loves us, a God who will not let us go, and that that love can set us all free.”– Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
Is God calling you to go out into the world to “seek and serve Christ in all persons?” To meet neighbors you never knew you had?
If so, the Episcopal Volunteers in Mission program may be for you. Working with partners around the Anglican Communion, we offer opportunities to live, work, and pray alongside fellow Anglicans/Episcopalians around the world as you continue your own faith journey.
Open to Episcopalians ages 30+, Episcopal Volunteers in Mission invites you to build relationships, share your gifts and skills, listen to and learn from partners around the world, and be open to the personal transformation that comes from meeting God in new ways. Missionaries are lay and ordained, young and old. They serve as teachers, accountants, doctors, administrators, theologians, agriculturalists, chaplains, and much more.
If you’re interested in spending six months to a year in another part of the Anglican Communion, to walk alongside others and experience the richness of the global Body of Christ, consider serving as an Episcopal Volunteer in Mission.
Frequently Asked Questions about Episcopal Volunteers in Mission
Thank you for your interest in the Episcopal Volunteers in Mission (EVIM) program. Please take a few minutes to read through these frequently asked questions.