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About Episcopal Service Corps

Episcopal Service Corps is a network of intentional communities across the Episcopal Church that invites young adults to spend one year living in Christian community while engaging local justice initiatives, discerning vocation and developing leadership skills. 

Each Episcopal Service Corps community is centered on a “Rule of Life” designed to deepen relationships among participants through the practice of shared meals, prayers, and lives. Exactly how this practice is lived out is different in each program. Additionally, Episcopal Service Corps members serve in the local community, working with an area nonprofit, such as a school, parish, organic farm, homeless shelter, after-school program, refugee resettlement organization, or hospitals, depending on the needs in the local setting. 

All Episcopal Service Corps programs provide housing and utilities. Additionally, Corps members receive a small individual stipend, grocery stipend, health insurance and transportation assistance throughout their year of service.

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Trinity Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, IN

A Place for Everyone: Trinity Service Corps Receives Development Grant

In August, Trinity Episcopal Church in Indianapolis will launch Trinity Service Corps, the newest program in the Episcopal Service Corps, a national network of locally organized intentional communities for young adults ages 21-32.

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