– Young Adult Fellows: A Daylong Spiritual Retreat on Becoming the Beloved Community
Saturday, October 20th, from 9:30 AM to 4 PM
Diocesan House at 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10025
The Young Adult Network is hosting a daylong spiritual retreat for young adults in and around NYC. The retreat will provide a space for spiritual reflection in deliberate story-sharing and listening for a select group of diverse young adults from across the city. We invite applications from all young adults in their 20s and 30s, and we are particularly looking for those who are passionate about racial conciliation.
The retreat is being partly funded by a grant from the Episcopal Church Office of Campus and Young Adult Ministry, and so is FREE for its participants. We have a limited number of slots, so please apply here soon!
– 3rd Season Kickoff with Conversation, Hosted by EAST: Episcopal Asian Supper Table!
This Friday, September 14th at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
St. Thomas’s Church, 1 West 53rd Street, New York, NY
*Food served promptly at 6:30 PM
St. Thomas’s invites us to join them in worship in the church at 5:30 then the event to follow. Join our Facebook event here for more details.
– 20’s and 30’s Garden Party, hosted by Grace Church in New York
Wednesday, September 26 at 6 PM – 8:30 PM
Grace Church in New York, 802 Broadway, New York, New York 10003
Join the Young Adult Network and 20’s and 30’s from Grace Church for a welcome to New York and welcome to fall event for all young adult Episcopalians and their guests. We’ll begin with worship at Grace’s regular Wednesday 6 pm Eucharist in the Chantry at the corner of Broadway and 10th Street, and when the service is over around 6:45 we’ll enjoy refreshments on the lawn. No RSVP necessary, check out our Facebook event to see who else is coming!
– Trinity Core Values in Action – Leadership for Ministry
Saturday, September 29th, 2018, 10 AM – 4 PM
St. Paul’s Chapel 209 Broadway, NYC
How do you as a church leader put your core values into action? The Rev. Dr. Eric H.F. Law, foremost ministry trainer and executive director of Kaleidoscope Institute, will facilitate a practical, worshipful workshop for anyone in church leadership.
The day is free of charge and includes light breakfast at 9:30 AM and lunch. Registration required. Click here to RSVP by Sept 24th.
– Fall Episcopal New Yorker is Requesting Submissions with a Theme of “Giving”
Copy Deadline October 1
Please contact the editor, email@example.com, before you start to write
Giving lies at the very center of our Christian Faith, and the Bible says a great deal about it—by God, by Jesus, and by people—in many different ways. We hope that writers for this edition of the Episcopal New Yorker will take their cue from that biblical variety, and range broadly over this rich topic!
Get more topic ideas and details here!
– The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations is seeking an intern for spring of 2019, from January to May
This policy, research, and advocacy internship, based at our Capitol Hill office, provides interns with opportunities to learn and practice the skills of policy research and analysis, advocacy, and engagement. The internship will be full time and will include a stipend. Applicants should be committed to representing positively and effectively the policy positions of The Episcopal Church.
To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and TWO writing samples to Alan Yarborough (firstname.lastname@example.org). The deadline to apply is Friday, October 12th. Click here for more details.
– Get Involved: Episcopal Charities has a New Volunteer Coordinator!
Emily Collie-Beard joins the Episcopal Charities to strengthen and expand their volunteer program.
– Applications/Nominations are being accepted for the: 2018 Young Adult of the Year Service Recognition Award
The Church Club’s Young Adult of the Year Service Recognition Award is a tri-state regional program that provides recognition to an outstanding Young Adult (in his or her 20s or 30s), or group of Young Adults, for exceptional volunteer missionary service work within the Young Adult’s or group of Young Adults’ church or other community ministry acknowledged in the Episcopal Dioceses of New York, New Jersey, Newark, Long Island, or Connecticut.
The Award is accompanied by a $1,000 honorarium, of which $500 is designated to the awardee and $500 to the church or community ministry, presented at the Church Club’s Annual Bishop’s Forum with Bishop Dietsche in November 2018.
APPLY OR NOMINATE SOMEONE HERE!
– Mission and Service Trips
Applications Open for the 2018-2019 year of service with the Episcopal Service Corps.
Start your application here.
Want to make a difference? Want to participate in an activity that can create true and lasting change? Then apply to participate in an upcoming trip to visit Trinity Church Wall Street’s mission partners. Members of the Trinity 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.
To learn more and apply, click here