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Ministry
By virtue of their baptism, all members of the church are ministers.  Ministry, both lay and ordained, takes many different forms that are important and necessary for the mission of the church.  Below are groups and organizations that assist the ministry of the baptized.  For more information, see the Office of Ministry Development.   
Avodah Insititute
The primary purpose of the Institute is to help meet the spiritual needs of people in the marketplace. Its mission is to help leaders integrate the claims of their faith with the demands of their work.
Center for Baptismal Living
The Center joins with others in reclaiming the centrality of Baptism in the life of the Church and the life of every Christian through providing a multifaceted effort to support, encourage, enhance, and equip congregations and individuals in the ministry and vocation of the Baptized. While the Episcopal / Anglican Church is our primary mission, we welcome and share with all Christians.
Faith and Wisdom
A cooperative project of seven North American Christian denominations. Its purpose is to serve leaders in church and society by assembling information about the best learning opportunities available at Seminaries, colleges, lifelong learning centers, retreat centers, and para-church organizations throughout the world.
Ministry in Daily Life
A website sponsored by the Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America to help Christians see their ministry as an integral part of their life.
National Episcopal Health Ministries (NEHM)
Their vision is that every Episcopal congregation becomes a vibrant, caring place of health and wholeness. Their mission is to promote health care ministry in Episcopal congregations, assisting them to reclaim the Gospel imperative of health and wholeness. They serve health ministers and parish nurses who promote health and healing within Episcopal congregations, Episcopal congregations, Episcopal clergy, Episcopal dioceses and provinces.
Theological Education for All (TEforALL)
Celebrates and supports the notion that theological education should be available to all Episcopalians: lay and clergy, old and young. Theological Education means learning how God is present in our lives, and learning to trust God - and each other - more deeply. This is a life-long process and one that is integral to the mission of the Episcopal Church.