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This site offers an opportunity to share the ways that the Holy Spirit is moving through our Episcopal communities. YOU DO NOT NEED A LOG IN TO ADD INFORMATION. The site shows the ways that the Jesus Movement is active in our local communities through worship, ministry, and service. Simply find your Episcopal place on the map, click "Update this place" and information, save and submit. A Bishop appointed map administrator will review your changes and make them public.

With the Episcopal Asset Map, you have the opportunity to tell the Church and the world about how your congregation is being called to serve God and neighbor. When you share your faith stories, worship styles, ministries, and more, you widen the network of ministry experts in the Church and provide others with information that can help them as they discern where the Spirit is calling.

Mapping Parochial Report Data

In order to know who you are, you need to examine where you are and where you have been.
Looking at the social and demographic characteristics of the local community sheds light on the people to which we hope to minister. Looking at trends in membership, average worship attendance, and financial giving sheds light on congregational strength and whether current patterns indicate growth, decline or stability. You can explore trends in parish data here:

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