Evangelism for the 21st Century Grants

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 Society of the Episcopal Church.


The Society offers annual grants of $500 to $5,000 for new projects that will strengthen the evangelical witness of the Episcopal Church. The Society especially encourages projects that:

- Connect the academic and professional world of the seminaries to the work carried out by lay and ordained ministers in surrounding communities
- Foster new initiatives and methodologies
- Present well-defined goals; state clearly how funds will be used; and show how the project’s results can be evaluated
- May result in pilot programs or models that others can adopt or adapt.

Applications are due Feb. 1 for the spring cycle, Sept. 7 for the fall cycle.

For more information, visit http://www.ees1862.org/05-grants/index.html.

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