The Rev. Al Rodriguez has worked for years to develop ALEO, as an Episcopal Church Fellow and in partnership with Latino/Hispanic Ministries of the Episcopal Church, while serving as interim Director of the Hispanic Church Studies Program at the Seminary of the Southwest. ALEO is an outreach ministry to 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation US-born … Read More »
Project Reconciliation will share the reconciling, healing love of God in Jesus Christ and provide the resources for parish groups and the wider church to do the same.The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers led a team of four students to collect video interviews and stories from people at five key sites in the history of TEC: Hayneville, AL, and … Read More »
He visited South Sudan and reported for Episcopal News Service on the independence celebrations and the church’s work in Abyei. He visited clergy in three dioceses, to build on the relationships he established in prior grant work, and was invited to teach and preach. His grant work influenced his book, “Backpacking Through the Anglican Communion.” … Read More »
She worked in youth ministry and evangelism in a mission in the Virgin Islands.
She participated in a cross-cultural immersion in Uganda, with a focus on the role of women in the Ugandan Anglican church.
She participated in the Contextual Theology Programme at the College of the Transfiguration in Grahamstown, South Africa.
She completed a study trip to S. Africa and developed an adult formation curriculum for St. Mark’s, Berkeley, CA.
He trained parish representatives in HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention in Malawi; he also implemented parish-based care teams for HIV/AIDS patients.
He conducted training for twenty home-based caregivers of HIV/AIDS patients using the established Channels of Hope resource in the Diocese of Malawi. The Care Teams had been established with a prior EES grant.
He participated in the Contextual Theology Programme at College of the Transfiguration in Grahamestown, South Africa.