Missional Engagement,Episcopal Church in Wyoming

Missional Engagement

Resources for joining God’s work in the world

United Thank offering, Episcopal Church

A ministry of The Episcopal Church for the mission of the whole church.

Episcopal Relief and Development

Facilitating healthier, more fulfilling lives in communities struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster and disease. Wyoming’s Diocesan Coordinator is Rev. Sydney Johnson and Wyoming Diocesan Emergency Relief Coordinator is Rev. Bryan Nystrom.

Wyoming Interfaith Network

Wyoming’s Interfaith Movement

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Celebrating 136 years of prayer, service and evangelism

Creation Care Episcopal Church

As a whole church, we have promised to place the care of God’s Creation at the heart of our common life. Together, we have taken up church-wide action in order to safeguard the integrity of Creation and to sustain and renew the life of the Earth.

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Championing women’s rights and the Christian foundation of God and family. 

social justice and advocacy engagement

Living out our public witness and sacred values.

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Hunger & Poverty

A grassroots network of Episcopalians across the country dedicated to carrying out the Baptismal Covenant call to “strive for justice and peace” through the active ministry of public policy advocacy. 

A grassroots network of Episcopalians across the country dedicated to carrying out the Baptismal Covenant call to “strive for justice and peace” through the active ministry of public policy advocacy. 

Modest Parish Level Ministries Tackling Specific Poverty Problems Impacting Wyoming Women, Children and Families

Included in this document are frameworks for advising, operating, and funding parish-level diaper ministries, laundry ministries, and period product ministries throughout the Episcopal Church in Wyoming. Click here to read more.

Racial Reconciliation, Episcopal Church
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Sacred Ground is a “film-and readings-based” dialogue series on race, grounded in faith.  Small groups are invited to walk through chapters of America’s history of race and racism, while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity.

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The Becoming Beloved Community resources help us to understand and take up the long-term commitments necessary to form loving, liberating and life-giving relationships with each other. Together, we are growing as reconcilers, justice-makers, and healers in the name of Christ.

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