The focus of the Creation Care Ministry Network is to share creation care resources and support emerging and established creation care programs, events, initiatives and partnerships in ECCT.
20s & 30s
The Focus of the 20s & 30s Ministry Network connects, equips, advocates for and empowers those persons 18-39 years of age, and all those who care about them, to serve in God’s mission.
For more than five years, Landry Love Norwalk has met our neighbors monthly to provide laundry resources and good conversation. At least three additional chapters (Danbury and Bridgeport, as well one in New York) have been inspired by the founding Connecticut chapter, with another in the works. The founding Laundry Lovers were folks affiliated (and not affiliated) with four SW Region parishes: St. Mark’s, New Canaan; St. Luke’s, Darien; St. Paul’s on the Green, Norwalk; and Christ Church, East Norwalk.
Faith Behind Bars & Beyond
Faith Behind Bars and Beyond supports incarcerated and formerly incarcerated persons, their families, and volunteers who work with them.
Homelessness & Housing
Journey of Discovery with Indigenous Peoples
Journey of Discovery with Indigenous Peoples (JDIP) is a network of Indigenous Peoples and their allies in ECCT seeking to bring the Church and Indigenous tribes and individuals into right relationship through story-telling, listening, and discerning God’s call for their lives together.
The Hispanic Ministry Network is an alliance of the parishes and ministries in CT which serve among those who speak Spanish or worship in ways which honor their Hispanic cultural traditions.
Racial Healing, Justice, and Racial Reconciliation
A network of lay and clergy persons who are passionate about and strive for racial healing, justice, reconciliation and restoring all human beings to each other, the church and God.
The focus of the Community Garden Ministry Network is to encourage and support people interested in starting community gardens to address issues of food insecurity in their communities.
The Food Security Network brings together people from across the 6 regions of The Episcopal Church in CT striving to address our common concerns related to the lack of food security in our state.
A network of parishes and other organizations involved in ministry with elders to share, support, and uplift that work.