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Foreign Mission
The Episcopal Church has hundreds of missionaries in the world at any given time.  There are numerous mission organizations that partner with people all over the world. 
Anglican Frontier Missions
Companions in World Mission
An organization of Episcopal parishes, organizations, and individuals in the Washington, D.C. region dedicated to the worldwide mission of the Church. Activities include providing hospitality for international visitors, sharing information, raising money, making grants, and building relationships in the Anglican Communion.
Episcopal Church Missionary Community
A voluntary society enabling Episcopalians to be more knowledgeable, active, and effective in fulfilling our Lord's Great Commission to make disciples of all nations. ECMC organizes the New Wineskins for Global Mission conference every three years.
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.
Episcopal Partnership for Global Mission
As a working partnership among approximately 50 organizations -- congregations, dioceses, voluntary agencies, networks and Executive Council -- the Episcopal Partnership for Global Mission (EPGM) seeks to enable all Episcopalians to participate in God's global mission.
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.
Global Outreach for Addiction Leadership and Learning (GOAL) Ministries
GOAL Project is an Anglican mission agency. GOAL trainers provide pastoral care seminars for clergy and Christian recovery from addiction training in the USA as well as internationally.
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.
South American Missionary Society (SAMS)
SAMS-USA is a voluntary mission society of the Episcopal Church that has 50 long-term missionaries serving in Latin America and Spain, focusing on evangelism, church planting, and a wide range of social ministries. SAMS offers opportunities for short-term missionary service, as well.