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Episcopal Resource Center
Located at St. Thomas, Sunnyvale

 

 Documents from Diocesan Conferences

The Conference Education Resource Team provides several educational events each year.   Contact for Conference Education and Resource Team (CERT):  Ann Wright

 

Episcopal Church Resources

Congregrational Development Resources

See also Diocesan Administration and Finance Resources

  • Education for Ministry
    An adult formation class intended for the education of the laity in the Episcopal Church. It is also recommended for those considering ordained ministry.
  • Episcopal Resource Center (ECR)
    Serving parishes, missions and staff by collecting, maintaining and circulating resources such as periodical, principal resource topics, teaching materials, and videos/DVD's that aid education, ministry and spiritual growth.
  • Episcopal Science, Technology, and Faith
    Includes a link to the resource "Catechism of Creation".  The Episcopal Church Network for Science, Technology and Faith intends to facilitate dialogue between this Church and members of the scientific, technical, and medical communities, to be an eduational resource for this Church, its seminaries, and the wider Christian community, and to provide guidelines in Christian ethics for use in everyday decisions within contemporary American culture..
  • Kyros Ministry
    An ecumenical ministry, born of and housed in the Congregational Church of San Mateo, CA, led by Rev. Dr. Kibbie Ruth. Kyros provides abuse prevention education, as well as consultation and intervention to many churches in the Bay Area.
  • Live Earth Farm
  • Publishers' Phone Numbers
    From the Episcopal Church Center
  • Simplicity, by the Rev. Renee Miller
  • Small and Rural Church Bibliography
  • Stepping Stones to Spiritual Growth
    Stepping Stones essays will look at films, books, contemporary culture and modern day issues from a spiritual and theological perspective, gleaning insights about our connection to God and our relationships with others. Each of the Stepping Stones is intended to be used as a tool for spiritual development.
  • Vestry Resource and Training Bibiliography, Episcopal Resource Center, September 2009