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Christian Formation
Christian formation is the continual lifelong process of deepening one’s understanding of his or her faith.  Christian education is a large part of this formation process. 
Episcopal Council for Christian Education (ECCE)
This organization supports those who are called to the ministry of religious education and formation in the Episcopal Church by providing models of life-long learning. ECCE works in collaboration with the Office for Children's Ministries and Christian Education of the Episcopal Church.
LeaderResources is a publishing and consulting organization with resources developed by congregations or dioceses. Find resources for adult education, young people (e.g. J2A, VBS), ministry development, evangelism strategies, and more.
National Association of Episcopal Christian Education Directors (NAECED)
This association consists of ministers of the Episcopal Church - both ordained and lay, paid professionals (part-time and full-time) - whose responsibility is the Christian formation of children, youth, and adults.
National Organization of Episcopal Resource Centers (NOERC)
An organization designed to better network, learn about, and reflect on resources in the Episcopal Church.
This non-profit corporation provides Episcopal curriculum for small churches and other unique educational materials. Seedlings provides: Sunday School Curriculum in the Episcopal tradition; Adult Inquirers and Confirmation materials; Scripts for instructed liturgies; First Communion lessons; Every Member UNCanvass Stewardship process.