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For over three years, the Barna team has studied what’s working to form resilient faith among Millennials and Gen Z worldwide (This project surveyed 15,000 respondents in 25 countries.)On September 10 at 1pm ET, those findings in Faith for the Future, a free live webcast event that will help Christian leaders minister effectively to and alongside 18–35-year-olds.
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Nostalgia. That warm and fuzzy feeling that keeps you connected to a specific time, community, or place. But is it doing more harm than good?
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has a message for our Episcopal camps and conference centers, doing the work of the church and the Way of Love as taught and embodied by Jesus.
Perhaps because so much of the leadership in our Episcopal camps and conference centers is by lay people, I’ve been particularly aware lately of movements and reflections that are navigating the spaces between clergy and lay. There’s the ongoing discussion around pension parity, and this piece from Samantha Haycock (who, it just so happens, will be our Annual Conference chaplain) on Valuing the Vocation of Lay Ministers.
Thank you to Beth Bojarski and the Virginia Theological Seminary for your work on faith formation at camp.
Episcopal Camps & Conference Centers is one of the recipients of a 2019 Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries grant, which will be used to build an ECCC Staff Exchange program.
The Episcopal Church’s Office for Reconciliation, Justice and Creation Care invite you to reflect and commit to grow a loving, liberating and life-giving relationship with God's Creation. Take the pledge.
We were honored to have Presiding Bishop Michael Curry as our first keynote speaker at 2019’s Annual Conference, and moved by what he had to say — as in, “ready to get moving!” Watch the video of his keynote address here.
On July 9, 2018 at General Convention in Austin, Texas, Bishop Brian Prior presented Lisa Kimball, Associate Dean at Virginia Theological Seminary the 2018 Hero of Camping Ministry Award. Watch the video here.
Ashley Graham-Wilcox has been announced as one of Episcopal Church Foundation’s 2017 fellows, working on creating pathways to more diverse and representative leadership in Episcopal camping and retreat ministries.
Conference: Intentional Community (2013)
Presenter: Dr. Rodger Nishioka,