Serve the World
We provide meaningful outreach opportunities and respond to needs
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Our Five Pillars
- Children, Youth, and Educational Equity
- Housing Stability and Solutions to Homelessness
- Economic Opportunities and Stabilization
- Reconciliation and Restorative Justice
- Care and Sustainment of God’s Creation
Before we can act, we need to understand
Here are some upcoming opportunities to explore questions, discuss relevant topics, welcome guest speakers, get to know one another, and gain a broader perspective of the needs and resources in our community and the wider world.
Becoming Beloved Community Lenten JourneyRepeating Event
A Life Well-Lived: Living Faithfully in the Wider CommunityRepeating Event
There are a lot of ways to make the world a little more like the Kingdom of God
Serving others during the holiday season is a great way to add joy and meaning to your celebrations and make the world a little bit better at the same time. Consider these opportunities:
Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) Episcopal Relief & Development works with local churches and dioceses to provide relief during and after unforeseen disasters and development in impoverished countries. Learn more about this important organization at...
Looking for gifts that aren’t “things” to honor and celebrate special people in your life? Give a gift that serves the world.
Working together for good. We work in partnership with dozens of organizations who provide services to those in need. Follow the links below to learn more about these agencies and discover ways to be involved in this important work. In January we gathered at the...
We are partners in Christ’s ministry of reconciliation. To that end, we work on behalf of ‘the least of these’ to make sustainable, systemic changes that secure justice and peace among all people and respect the dignity of every human being. Here are some resources to explore:
Charlotte Affordable Housing Article
From Axios by Danielle Chemtob
Equity in Juvenile Justice: Next Steps
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Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Pentecost 2020 Sermon
At Washington National Cathedral
Joan KilianAssociate Rector for Outreach and Mission email@example.com
Joan received her Masters of Divinity degree from the University of the South School of Theology at Sewanee. She has extensive experience in parish ministry, previously serving as the Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in Statesboro, Georgia. Prior to becoming a priest, Joan served in the United States Navy and Navy Reserve. She retired at the rank of Commander after 20 years of service.
In addition to her strong passion for outreach, Joan likes being outdoors while hiking, gardening, and participating in community service. She also enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, and spending time with her two cats.