Young Adult Ministry

The Diocesan young adult ministry office supports local congregations and campus ministries in nurturing the spiritual lives of their young adults (adults in their 20’s and 30’s) and reaching out to those not yet engaged.

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Bishop Chane Scholarship for Social Justice

The Diocesan Board of the Episcopal Church Women invite graduating high school seniors to apply for the Bishop John Bryson Chane Scholarship for Social Justice. The deadline for applications is July 24, 2015. The application and the eligibility criteria may be downloaded from the ECW website.

End-of-the-Year Leader Gathering!

The programmatic year has come to a close. We would like to invite you to an End of the Year Youth and Young Adult Leader Gathering at the Washington National Cathedral Bishop's Garden for food, fun and fellowship to thank you for your ministry. Please feel free to bring spouses/partners/families there will be something for all. RSVP here. Find a map of the Garden here.

Congrats Grads!

The Diocese would like to help you transition to the campus ministry or parish nearest your new home. If you'd like us to assist you in getting to know your new community, please contact Jason Evans, Diocesan Young Adult Missioner by email or call/text at 202-257-8556. You can also help us connect with students coming to and leaving this Diocese by filling out this form.

Campus Ministry Fall Retreat

Students! You are invited to join us for our fall retreat alongside the Potomac River at Camp Merrick in southern Maryland. Earlybird registration is only $30. Only 10 spaces are available per campus. Register today!

Subscribe to Toast!

Welcome to Toast–a weekly email brought to you from the EDOW Young Adults Office! Our promise is that Toast will be brief and practical. We are creating Toast in order to deliver ideas and tools to inspire young adults to integrate the Christian way into their everyday lives.


Need Help Getting Connected?

Whether you're new to the area and looking for a local congregation, a student looking for a campus ministry or leaving this region for a new job or school, we'd love to help you get connected. Just provide us some basic information and we'll get to work! 

Monthly Gatherings Through LOCAL Congregations

Getting Started

Wondering where to get started in young adult ministries? The Discerning Young Adult Ministry guide will help you determine what's next. Our '14 summer study on contributing factors in the cultivation of strong young adult ministries will give you a glimpse into what is working across the Diocese. And check out the young adult articles posted to the EDOW Blog for ideas.

Jason Evans, Young Adult Missioner

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