Episcopal Church Women's Prayer
Almighty God, we pray that You will bless our work in mission and ministry in the world.
Help us to pray fervently, labor diligently and give liberally to make known the power of your love given through your son Jesus Christ.
Let us not forget the lessons from the past nor fear the challenges of the future. Anoint us with your grace and shine in our hearts as we reflect your light throughout the world. Amen.
Dios Omnipotente, oramos para que Tú bendigas nuestro trabajo en nuestra misión ministerial por el mundo.
Ayúdanos a orar fervientemente, laborar diligentemente y danos la libertad para que demos a conocer el poder de Tu amor a través de Tu Hijo Jesucristo.
No dejes que olvidemos las lecciones del pasado y los retos del futuro. Bendícenos con Tu gracia y que nuestros corazones reflejen Tu luz a través del mundo. Amen.
Bylaws of the National Episcopal Church Women Organization as amended at the Triennial Meeting 2009
Yet We Persist
Yet We Persist, a play by Katerina Whitley presented by the ECW National Council at Triennial 2009 is now available here. This latest rewrite, updated in 2011, is easier to produce for your ECW group.
Women's Ministry Offices
Women ONE2ONE Women ONE2ONE is a growing voice made up of people who know that maternal health, girls' education, economic opportunity and women's empowerment are key to fighting poverty and preventable disease for everyone. This campaign recognizes women as change-makers, community-builders and peace builders. Together, we will harness our power to connect, take action and shape the future.
United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: Beijing +15 In March 2010, the Commission on the Status of Women gathered to undertake a fifteen-year review of the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the outcomes of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly. Emphasis was to be placed on the sharing of experiences and good practices, with a view to overcoming remaining obstacles and new challenges, including those related to the Millennium Development Goals.
Pray the Devil Back to Hell Watch a preview of this movie on the PBS web site where the movie was first aired in 2009. Now available on NetFlix and local public libraries, it is also available for purchase through amazon.com.