Episcopalian Scholarships

As a faith that values free thought almost as much as free food, it’s no surprise the Episcopal Church is so committed to helping its members find money for college by providing both local scholarships and national awards. Episcopalian scholarships exist to assist members of the faith in attending college and achieving their educational goals. The Episcopalian faith believes strongly in providing service to the community and financial aid to those in need. Plus, organizations offering Episcopalian scholarships, like many other scholarship providers, hope that by giving you scholarship money now, they’re putting you in a position where you may be able to donate to their cause once you’re wealthy and successful. Just think—if you win an Episcopalian scholarship, avoid student loans, and eventually graduate and get a good job, why wouldn’t you want to return the favor a few years down the road and help a student just like you pay for school? Well, lots of people funding Episcopalian scholarships think that way—they might say it was the Christian thing to do.

To view scholarship information or fill out scholarship applications for common Baptist scholarships, click the links below. For a more complete list of scholarship opportunities, religious and otherwise, conduct a free college scholarship search.

Evangelism for the 21st Century Grants
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E-21 grants are $500-$5000 and are intended to help define, encourage and support the emerging forms of lay and ordained ministries that the new century demands. All Episcopal students, faculty administration, staff and their families at the accredited members of The Association of Theological Schools are eligible to apply for the Evangelism for the 21st Century grants through the Education [...] More

Lex Mathews Scholarships for Women
Application Deadlines: March 15, Annually
The Diocesan ECW administers and helps finance the Lex Mathews Scholarship Program, begun more than two decades ago by family and friends of the Rev. Lex Mathews. It is geared toward women of the diocese, age 23 and older, seeking either specialized training in vocational or technical skills, a degree or certification below the masters or doctorate level, or continuing education courses for [...] More

Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi Scholarships
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The Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi Scholarships awards a number of scholarships to college-bound Mississippi Episcopalians. Award deadlines and eligibility criteria vary, so please read the descriptions of the awards carefully and visit the website for application information. Financial need will be considered. Misticos Scholarships Four scholarships are awarded annually to one girl and three [...] More

The Estelle Beaumont Ellison Scholarship Fund
Application Deadlines: March 01, Annually
The Estelle Beaumont Ellison Scholarship Fund was created through an endowment by Ellison, who actively contributed to their community, showing great concern for young people and giving generously to numerous charities that benefited children. The scholarships in the fund will be awarded in two categories, those of Individual Seminary Scholarships, available for persons canonically resident in [...] More

ECF Fellowship Partners Program
Application Deadlines: March 14, Annually
Through the Fellowship Partners Program, the Episcopal Church Foundation awards fellowships for both academic and transformational ministries. In return, fellows share their knowledge, experience, and best practices with the wider Church in practical ways. The emphasis is on partnerships that will have an important impact in their local communities and beyond, and enhance lay and clergy [...] More

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