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    • Breck is an Episcopal, coeducational, college -preparatory day school enrolling students of diverse backgrounds and abilities in grades preschool through twelve.
    • Breck works to develop each student's unique talents and potential to excel by nurturing independence and self-worth.
    • Breck is committed to instilling in each student a deep sense of social responsibility.
    • Shattuck-St. Mary’s is a dynamic and diverse school community committed to excellence, integrity and innovation, here and
    • As a school community, Shattuck-St. Mary’s guides young people to be strong in character, mind, body and spirit for a life of learning and service.
    • Shattuck-St. Mary’s believes: In each person’s responsibility for the common good and the importance of serving those in need. That innovation and exploration should be at the core of its program. That each student’s academic potential is achieved through a challenging academic program that supports the many ways people learn and work.
    • Shattuck-St. Mary’s believes: That students learn best in a safe and welcoming environment based on respect and trust. In embracing dedicated students as they pursue their passions. In developing each student’s ability to determine what is worth accomplishing and the dedication and discipline to do so.
    • Grounded in faith, sustained by hope, and acting through love, Episcopal Community Services strengthens and supports adults, youth, children and families at risk and in need.
    • Episcopal Community Services provides individualized, comprehensiv e services to families, children and youth living in poverty or suffering from emotional, behavioral or addictive disorders. The needs of body, mind and spirit are supported by a holistic approach utilizing the best practices from the fields of education, business, social work, psychology and spirituality.
    • The Sheltering Arms Foundation funds nonprofit organizations and support policies that benefit children and their families who have the least access to resources.
    • Since 1983, the Sheltering Arms Foundation has awarded more than 700 grants totaling over $10.7 Since 1883, Sheltering Arms has been The Sheltering Arms embracing and caring for Minnesota Foundation just children. What began as one Episcopal celebrated 125 years woman’s commitment to the well-being of serving Minnesota’s of children, has evolved into The children. Sheltering Arms Foundation, a grantmaking organization that supports programs benefiting Minnesota children and families.
    • The mission of the Episcopal House of Prayer is: To assist in the ongoing work of discerning God's voice, both within ourselves and in the world To provide guidance in the search for wisdom To teach forms of contemplative prayer To offer training in the inner work of the spiritual life. Recognizing that the wisdom of recreation through spiritual transformation is often lost to our cultures and societies, we believe it is the vocation of the House of Prayer to support individuals and groups as they seek to be quot;formed into Christquot;. (Galatians 4:19)
    • The University Episcopal Community is a ministry of people who study, work, and live at the University of Minnesota.
    • “The UEC’s impact does not stay in Minneapolis. During my time at the UEC, I was able to learn a lot and now take the leadership I’ve amassed to other parts of the world.” -- Steve, 2008 graduate “Here there is always more to be understood, more to learn from one another, and always a community waiting in the fellowship of God.” -- Leeann, 2008 graduate
    • The Minnesota Episcopal Environmental Stewardship Commission believes that creation is a gift from God, and all creation is interconnected. MEESC seeks to instill this spiritual awareness in parishioners, clergy, and staff of the Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota; and to promote stewardship of and advocacy for planet Earth.
    • Thank you slide