Battell Chapel at Yale College, 1879, via Wikimedia Commons

Adapted from the Office of Public Affairs

The Episcopal Church has awarded $133,000 to 18 recipients of Young Adult and Campus Ministry grants.

Young Adult and Campus Ministry Grants provide funding for dioceses, congregations, and community college, tribal college, and university campuses engaged in ministry with young adults in college.

“These grants help the Episcopal Church live into an expanding understanding of what it means to be in ministry with young adults on and off college campuses,” said the Rev. Shannon Kelly, missioner for young adult and campus ministries. “This is a growing ministry, one that shows the church how to engage mission and the Jesus Movement in new, innovative ways. We are excited to be in partnership as these programs grow and develop over the next year.”

Two Leadership Grants and 16 Program Grants were awarded to 16 dioceses. Leadership Grants will start or reinvigorate young adult and campus ministry initiatives. Program Grants provide seed money to assist in the start-up of new and innovative campus ministries or to enhance a current initiative.

Recipients

Leadership Grants

Program Grants

A team of reviewers, including provincial campus ministry coordinators and leaders in ministry with young adults, reviewed 52 grant applications amounting to  $751,972.75.

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