News & Events

Coffee & Theology Oct. 7th: The Anglican Communion

On Wednesday, October 7, from 7-8:30 p.m., we’ll gather on Zoom for conversation about the Anglican Communion. The format consists of a thirty minute presentation by Fr. Tim (rector of St. Andrew’s), followed by an hour of conversation, discussion, and Q&A.

We’ll explore questions like: What is the Anglican Communion? How did it come about? What does it do? How does it impact us Episcopalians? Who is the Archbishop of Canterbury, and why is he important? What are the benefits and challenges of being a part of the Anglican Communion? Here’s the Zoom link:

Campfire Communion Wednesdays @ 7:30pm

We’re joining our Lutheran siblings for a brief, physically distanced service of Holy Communion on Wednesday nights around a fire (weather permitting). We gather on the lawn of Hope Lutheran Church (4201 Guilford Drive, behind Terrapin Row) for a short service and then folks can hang out after to enjoy the fire. Masks are mandatory and you must RSVP to attend. Learn more and sign up here:

Evening Prayer & Conversation Mondays 7-8pm

Join students for a time to pause, connect, pray, and reflect together each week. We talk and have fellowship for about half an hour before moving into Evening Prayer. We take time during the service to reflect on the reading of the day in a conversational style discussion. We meet most Mondays of the semester on Zoom.

Have questions or want to learn more? Email Rev. Sarah

Fall 2020 Updates!

As the new semester approaches, we’re making plans for both in-person and online opportunities for us to connect. Stay tuned for more information, and check out our Facebook & Instagram pages for the latest info!

Connect tonight!

Join us this evening at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church for Prayer Service at 7:00 and free dinner after the service (around 7:30).

No Bible Study today! We’d planned to finish our study of Job with VeggieTales, but it turns out VeggieTales has never made a Job episode. (Which, you know, makes sense, because it would be a challenging story to tell with cartoon vegetables.) Join us at 6:00 next Tuesday as we start talking about Jonah! (If you can, read all 4 chapters before next week, but if you don’t get to it, come join the discussion anyway.)

Community Service internship available!

Do you have a passion for serving others? Would you like to plan service projects and get others involved in them? Consider applying for our new intern position! Details below. Email Chaplain Kristen for more information or to apply.


The EACM Community Service Intern will organize and lead our service projects. This role requires approximately 8 hours per month.


The intern will:

  • Research, plan, and lead community service projects (approximately 2 per semester) for the Episcopal Anglican Campus Ministry and the Episcopal Terps, in consultation with the Chaplain.
  • Communicate and coordinate with other organizations (both on- and off-campus) as needed.
  • Assist with “tabling” events such as FreeFest, First Look Fair, and Second Look Fair.
  • Coordinate with other interns as needed.
  • Attend monthly leadership team planning meetings (either in person or via video).
  • Be a regular part of EACM/Episcopal Terps programming outside service projects.
  • Other related duties as assigned.


The Intern will:

  • be a full-time student in good standing at the University of Maryland in College Park;
  • agree to work in the tradition of Christianity as the Episcopal Church has received and practices it.*


The Intern will receive $300 per semester, paid in two installments approximately 1 month in to the semester and 2 weeks before the end of the semester.

*The Intern does not necessarily need to be an Episcopalian, but it is important that they hold a similar theological framework and practice so as to be able to appropriately promote the work of the Episcopal Anglican Campus Ministry.