Mission Opportunity 2014 is about connecting, and building a healthier community with all of God’s children. It’s about imagining and creating an alternative future with the children and youth in our neighborhoods. It’s about moving from problems to possibilities and helping young people to live into those possibilities!
Mission Opportunity 2014 launched at the 156th Convention in September!
The lives of children very often are some of the most heavily impacted by the needs of the world.
Focusing on these needs, met on the last weekend of September to conduct business, worship, learn, network, receive resources, sing, and most importantly: imagine and envision for the year ahead through the lens of children’s lives in our surrounding communities.
What has God given us in terms of skills, knowledge and gifts that we can use to meet the needs of the world’s children? We found out together.
The Episcopal Church in Minnesota’s Anti-Racism Committee will facilitate a conversation using a movie called Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity as a way to engage in community dialogue that is meant to help deepen the conversation on race.