Our Programs

We are all over the United States

Our directory has information on all of our programs, including descriptions, location, and who to contact with questions. If you are not sure where to start, you can begin at our locations finder.


The Abraham Project (On hiatus 2018-2019)

Winston-Salem, NC

Living in community and working for the community, project members will work alongside local agencies to rebuild lives and hope.

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Assisi House

Concord, NH

Assisi House is Northern New England’s first Episcopal Service Corps site. We are a start-up program for young adults to engage in service learning and spiritual discovery.

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Beloved in the Desert

Tucson, AZ

Beloved in the Desert is in the pattern of the Episcopal Service Corps, a network in the Episcopal Church that invites an intentional community of young adults to serve people and promote justice to gather in various cities.

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Circle of the Beloved

Minneapolis, MN

In the Fall of 2016, The Episcopal Church in Minnesota, together with St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, and community organizers and neighbors launched Circle of the Beloved: the Minnesota chapter of the Episcopal Service Corps.

Each year four or five young adults live in intentional community on the North side of Minneapolis and serve full time at non-profit sites that serve the greater Twin Cities area. Some of our residents work at Americorps sites that work to close opportunity gaps in Minnesota while other residents work directly for non-profit agencies in advocacy roles supporting programs that address issues of environmental justice, affordable housing, and food insecurity. We invite you to join with us as you discern how you might spend a year serving others and living in intentional community.

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Colorado Episcopal Service Corps

Denver and Steamboat Springs, CO

Offers its interns spiritual formation and simple living in community together with meaningful service in agencies and ministries in Denver and Steamboat Springs.

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Southern Ohio ESC

Columbus & Cincinnati

Southern Ohio ESC has two sites in the great state of Ohio: one in the capital, Columbus and another in Cincinnati. Both programs exist to serve, interact with and transform the neighborhoods and cities in which they exist. Ohio is a very diverse state, boasting great cities as well as beautiful rural areas and it’s residents are even more diverse than the landscape.

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Deaconess Anne House

St. Louis, MO

Invites passionate young people to take part in a holy adventure of Christian service, spiritual formation, and intentional community.

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DioCal Interns (on hiatus 2018-2019)

San Francisco, CA

A year to pioneer for the church and the world a way of living into spiritual adulthood.

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ESC-Maryland (On hiatus 2018-2019)

Baltimore, MD

In addition to forming an intentional community together in their city home and reflecting on the work of God in their lives and in the life of the city, Gileads work as full-time volunteers (35 hours) in nonprofit agencies.

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Episcopal Urban Intern Program

Los Angeles, CA

An award-winning program with over 25 years of service-oriented impact in LA, EUIP offers a unique, diverse corps of young adults the opportunity and space to grow personally and professionally while uplifting communities, transforming lives, and critically engaging concepts of justice, faith, and equity.

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Grace-on-the-Hill (On hiatus 2018-2019)

Richmond, VA

Invites young adults to live in community while engaging deeply in the social, relational, economic and ecological regeneration of the Oregon Hill neighborhood.

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Johnson Service Corps

Chapel Hill and Durham, NC

JSC is a diverse, ecumenical community of young adults dedicated to service and social justice in Chapel Hill and Durham, NC.

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Lawrence House Service Corps

South Hadley, MA

Welcome. Worship. Learn. Serve. Give. Connect. The Lawrence House Service Corps engages young adults in living a life that matters, learning to connect their spiritual lives with work that makes a difference in the world.

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LEVN: Lutheran Episcopal Volunteer Network

Sacramento & Davis, CA

LEVN: Transform your community. Transform your life. Leaven is an agent of change, causing bread to rise, and substances to transform.

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Life Together

Boston, MA

Our mission is to cultivate the next generation of prayerful and prophetic leaders, through spiritual practice, social justice, leadership training, and community building.

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New York Service and Justice Collaborative

New York, NY

New York Service and Justice Collaborative is an opportunity for young adults to commit to a year of service, vocational discernment, social and economic justice engagement, leadership development, and intentional community living: based in a two diverse church communities: Harlem and South Bronx.

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The Road

Atlanta, GA

Walk in ways of justice and love in urban Atlanta. Live in spiritual community. Deepen your service to God and neighbor. Imagine again what is possible. The mission of The Road is to raise up compassionate, courageous, and creative servant leaders.

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Seattle Service Corps


Recognizing the other: not just for a year, but for a lifetime…

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Servant Year (On hiatus 2018-2019)

Philadelphia, PA

We invite young adults to explore their vocation by carrying out a volunteer position within a partnering social service agency, school, or church.

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SSJE Monastic Internship Program

Cambridge, MA

Offer participants the opportunity to participate in the daily rhythm of prayer and work as lived by a contemporary monastic community of the Episcopal Church.

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Saint Hilda’s House

New Haven, CT

A ten-month residential young adult discernment program devoted to spiritual formation and urban ministry while living in community.

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Sycamore House Service Corps

Harrisburg, PA

For young adults who want to explore what it means to live in an intentional community – building relationships with God, each other, their parish and their city.

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Texas Episcopal Service Corps

Houston, TX

Exists to provide young adults the time and space needed to search for truth, work for social and economic justice, and be challenged to live deliberately.

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Trinity Volunteer Corps

Washington, DC

Offers young adults an experience of living in intentional community while serving full-time in social service agencies that serve the poor.

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WNC Episcopal Service Corps

Hendersonville, NC

The WNC Episcopal Service Corps will be hosted on the property of a Latino Mission Church called La Capilla de Sante Maria. Our young adults will work closely with the Latino community by attending church services with them and participate in a service projects on the church property. Individually, they will each be hosted at local non profits in the area, and serving for up to 30-32 hrs a week. These nonprofits are currently all food focused. Our Diocese, with the passion from Bishop Jose, is dedicated to focusing on justice for immigration, poverty and food insecurity, and empowering our young people. Our program represents the solidarity we have as a Diocese to promote these justices in our local community.

Our community of young adults will meet one day a week for spiritual formation (2-3 hrs). We will be deepening our spiritual awareness by assigning an adult mentor to each individual, participating in retreats throughout the year, and attending church services twice a month. Being a Diocesan Ministry, we will have a lot of access to resources and clergy that will be involved with our program to allow conversations and opportunity for our young adults to grow in their faith.

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