Evangelical Education Society of the Episcopal Church Grants Now Available

Evangelism for the 21st Century Grant

How has your seminary experience inspired you to proclaim the Gospel in a new and different way? What is your vision for where the church needs to be? E-21 grants are for innovative ministry projects, with evangelism at their core, and are intended to develop and support the innovative evangelism required today. . Projects must have an immediate evangelical impact for the Episcopal Church and must be of the applicant’s innovation. They are NOT for tuition and fees, cross-cultural immersions, or internships with existing programs. There are two grant cycles each year: fall and spring. Fall 2014 applications are due September 22, 2014. Spring applications are due February 2, 2015.

Any Episcopalian in any accredited seminary community (student, faculty or staff) or the Episcopalian spouse or partner of a seminary student, faculty or staff member is eligible. E-21 grants are $500 - $5,000 and cover the expenses outlined in the proposal. Equipment, such as a new camera or computer, is not eligible. Expenses related to the program development and delivery are eligible: travel, room, board, stipend, publication, some training.

Contact the Executive Director, Day Smith Pritchartt, at office@ees1862.org or (703) 807-1862 to discuss your idea. Application forms may be found on the EES website: http://www.ees1862.org/.