The Art of Sending
A letter from the Rector of Trinity Wall Street, the Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper.
Postcards from the Church's New Mission
Abigail Nelson, Vice President of Programs for Episcopal Relief and Development, on how the Church thinks about mission.
Is Mission a Bad Word?
The whole story of mission in the world.
Ian Douglas, Professor of Mission and World Christianity at Episcopal Divinity School, answers a few questions about the theology of mission.
A Journey to Emmaus
Sharing a meal, sharing a life.
Like the Whole Church Standing Behind Me
Finding support and strength through partnership.
The Seed Didn't Fall on Rock, but Fertile Soil
Finding support and strength in partnership.
7 Everyday Mission Ideas
Is a full-fledged mission trip not your style (or in your budget)? Sarah Grapentine shares a few everyday mission ides that make a difference while keeping you close to home.
Before Saving the World, Listen Up
Michael Gecan, who trains community organizers, on the importance of listening before acting.
Michael Gecan answers a few questions about the challenges of listening to our neighbors on the other side of the world.
A Year of Living Defiantly
Forsaking the "real world" of cubicles and career prestige to rebuild New Orleans.
Who Sent You?
Clair McPherson sends you to the movies.
You Send Me and Other Songs to Inspire Service
Mission literally means "to send." Here are a few songs to inspire a mission trip, or amuse you while you are on one.