EDNY Young Adult Network Seeks Social Media and Web Coordinator

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled

We are looking for someone to represent the EDNY Young Adult Network in a digital capacity. This part-time position (10 hours/month) needs someone who is connected with the Episcopal Church community, well organized, knowledgeable in social media, WordPress/Squarespace, and wants to work remotely 90% of the time.

Contact The Rev. Mary Cat Young for more details today!

Episcopal New Yorker Seeks Writers for Spring Issue

Copy Deadline March 15

This is your chance to write for the Episcopal New Yorker. The theme of the spring issues is DEATH. Think personal experiences, theological reflection, information, or anything you believe will interest and enlighten readers. Naturally, your submission should be written from a Christian perspective. Pieces should be either 450 or 900 words. Contact Nicholas Richardson, the editor, prior to writing.

 Feed the Hungry and Make New Friends

Saturdays, Shifts at 1 or 4:15 PM

Join All Saints Church for their Saturday Community Meal, which provides a nourishing, complete dinner to the homeless, the needy, and the lonely. Up to 100 people attended dinner each week, and cooking or serving is a grace-filled way for one to show love.

Volunteers are needed at various times on Saturday afternoons. Set up begins at 1 PM, while service is at 4:15 PM. All clean-up is finished by 6:15 PM.

Mission and Service Trips with Trinity Wall Street

Want to make a difference? Want to participate in an activity that can create true and lasting change? Consider applying to participate in an upcoming trip to visit Trinity’s mission partners. Members of the Trinity Church Wall Street community and friends engage in service to build partnerships and relationships through hands-on-work in New York City, New Orleans, Haiti, Panama, and Burundi.

Mission & Service Trips encourage participants to share their skills and talents as they walk alongside with mission partners. The trips deepen relationships, foster better understanding of the communities served, and create connections with members of these communities for mutual transformation.

Opportunities to Volunteer with Episcopal Charities:

All Saints’ Community Meal: Every Saturday from 12 – 3 pm – help with food prep and in setting up the only free, hot meal served in Midtown on Saturdays.

Gardening at St. Ann’s in the Bronx – St. Ann’s is in need of volunteers to help out with their grounds, including a head gardener to oversee the various gardens at St. Ann’s, and groups to help clean up and plant in the Children’s Garden, used for St. Ann’s After School and Summer Programs. Volunteering times can be arranged individually.

Become a greeter at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine – The Cathedral of St. John the Divine’s Public Education & Visitor Services is in need of volunteer greeters. Provide a warm welcome and hospitality to all who enter the Cathedral!

To learn more about these (and other) volunteer opportunities, please contact Rachel Crosby at rcrosby@dioceseny.org, or visit the Episcopal Charities website.