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By ECFVP Team
The Latin@/Hispanic community is one of the fastest growing populations in the Episcopal Church and ECF has created several resources to support this thriving community. In ECF’s Spanish Language Resources, learn about all the resources at your disposal for congregations engaged in Latino/Hispanic ministry.
By ECFVP Team
Is Hybrid church here to stay? In Hybrid Church – A Way Forward for Church Leaders, Tim Schenck presents ideas for what the post-pandemic church could look like if we engage in a radical rethinking and move from a survive to thrive mindset.
By ECFVP Team
La visión de la Episcopal Church Foundation (Fundación de la Iglesia Episcopal, ECF) es una Iglesia Episcopal vital, incluyente y sostenible que crea seguidores inquebrantables de Jesús.
By Anna Molin and Jim Murphy
Escuche a Anna Molin, acompañada por James Murphy del Episcopal Church Foundation, sobre la importancia de la planificación patrimonial.
By Yein Kim
The Gathering, a ministry of The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, is a space for Asian Pacific American spirituality. In A New Gathering for Asian Pacific American Spirituality, the Rev. Yein Kim describes the ministry and how they were able to pivot during the pandemic, expanding their community online and their pool of resources, lifting up voices and serving those in this underrepresented yet vibrant community.
By Mary Vano
What can we do to raise our children to have an understanding and respect for other faith traditions? When the Rev. Mary Vano came to St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in Little Rock, Arkansas, it was clear that there was energy around formation for children – just not the usual Vacation Bible School way. In Breathe on Me, Breath of Life, she shares how Friendship Camp came about – an interfaith summer day camp for children in partnership with the Interfaith Center of the Institute for Theological Studies at St. Margaret’s, whose mission is to reduce fear and hatred among the world’s religions.
By Allison Sandlin Liles
While the pandemic has been challenging for almost everyone, one group in particular has had an especially difficult time: parents of young children. In Faith Formation at Home, the Rev. Allison Sandlin Liles describes her struggle around providing Christian formation for her children during this time of isolation, and the guidance and support she able to receive from GrowChristians.org, an online space for Episcopal adults eager to be more intentional about faith formation at home.
By Tim Schenck
A tool to help parish leadership reflect deeply upon their post-pandemic ministry.
By Richelle Thompson
In breakout sessions and a Q&A period, the sentiment was universal: we want to read scripture. We need to read it. God is calling us to read, reflect, and respond.
By Haley Bankey
Reclaiming the Great Commission: Resources for Creative and Innovative Discipleship