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Global Relationships
The Episcopal Church is linked to the world in a variety of ways.  In addition to the Anglican Communion, many organizations that live out the relational mission of the church in the world. 
African Palms
African Palms USA has the unique mission of turning an African product (a simple palm cross) into a source of income and humanitarian aid for Africa; a partnership between Masasi in southeastern Tanzania and St. John's Episcopal Church in Olney, Maryland.
African Team Ministries
As an intermediary ministry between African and American churches of the Episcopal, Methodist, Presbyterian and Anglican denominations, African Team Ministries provides funds for orphan and refugee relief, missions and evangelism in East Africa.
American Committee for KEEP (Kyosato Educational Experiment Project)
The American Committee for KEEP, Inc., supports the work in agriculture, education, health and Christian democracy begun by Paul Rusch, an American lay missionary, in rural Japan in 1938. ACK seeks to promote world peace through building bridges of understanding among rural people of Japan, the Philippines and the USA.
American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem
A non-profit, non-political partnership nurturing the Church in the Holy Land as we seek to serve our Lord’s command to heal the sick, feed the hungry, shelter the orphaned, soothe the suffering, teach the Truth and preach the Gospel.
Church Periodical Club
Church Periodical Club is an Episcopal institution whose ministry is to supply books, magazines, tapes, videos and computer programs free to those who cannot otherwise obtain them, and to raise the money to achieve this.
Episcopal Medical Missions Foundation
An effort on the part of health professionals and other lay members of the Episcopal Church to organize and augment the support of our medical missionaries as they deliver medical and spiritual aid in mission stations of Honduras, Jamaica, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Nigeria and Uganda.
Five Talents International
Five Talents Internationa is an Anglican initiative to combat poverty in developing countries using micro-enterprise development.
Friends of Cuttington College
This organization serves as a fund-raising and advocacy group for Cuttington University College in Liberia, founded by the Episcopal Church in 1889. Despite years of civil war, the college endures as one of the few liberal arts institutions in sub-Saharan Africa.
Global Episcopal Mission (GEM) Network
This association of dioceses of the Episcopal Church is committed to increasing the awareness and participation of congregations in global mission, as well as the engagement of bishops and other diocesan leadership.
Haiti Connection
A network of Episcopal groups and related organizations that are active in Haiti share experiences of mission and ministry in Haiti, explore resources, build relationships and express their solidarity with the people of Haiti.
Seamen’s Church Institute
From its earliest days as a floating chapel to its present operation as a full-service shorebased agency, the Seamen's Church Institute of New York and New Jersey has been serving the special needs of the world's merchant mariners and the maritime industry.
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge – SPCK/USA
The purpose of SPCK/USA, with roots firmly in the Anglican Communion, is to enable Christians in their indigenous churches to grow in faith and knowledge. SPCK/USA supports projects for the creation, preparation, and distribution of Christian knowledge by utilizing print and other media.
Trinity Grants Program
For more than 30 years, Trinity Grants has channeled resources from New York City throughout the Episcopal Church and worldwide. Strengthening the Church in the Global South and Telecommunications in the Anglican Communion are particular areas of focus.
Uganda Christian University Partners
A U.S. non-profit charitable organization committed to help build up Uganda Christian University through raising public awareness, prayer, procuring funds for further construction, and providing scholarships.