Young Adults & Campus Ministry
The Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina is committed to forming disciples in all stages of life. Explore some of our offerings for college students and young professionals below.
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Episcopal Church Opportunities
The Office of Young Adult and Campus Ministries supports ministries of, to, and with young adults (ages 18-30) both on and off college campuses through the communities, resources and networks of the Episcopal Church. Through leadership development, networking across the church, gathering online and in person, and offering support through each diocese and province, we strive to create a community of leaders and young adults engaged in mission and ministry together.
Episcopal Service Corps
Episcopal Service Corps is a network of young adults ages 21-32 serving through locally organized intentional communities that are dedicated to:
- Serving others in solidarity
- Promoting justice in community
- Deepening spiritual awareness
- Discerning vocation
- Living simply
Discernment Quiz and applications for 2022-2023 available now!
Young Adult Service Corps
The Office of Global Partnerships oversees the Episcopal Church Young Adult Service Corps (YASC), which gives Episcopalians ages 21-30 the opportunity to connect with the Anglican Communion and live in a community abroad for a year. These young adults serve as teachers in church-run schools, work alongside development professionals who seek to empower their local communities, and participate in the daily life and ministry of churches and cathedrals around the Anglican Communion. For more information, read the FAQ. Apply here for placements.
Young Adult News
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The Diocese of Upper South Carolina offers campus ministries at Clemson University, Converse College, Furman University, Presbyterian College, University of South Carolina, USC-Spartanburg, Winthrop and Wofford College.Read More »