Covenant 5 is a community of ministries in the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan educating and advocating for social justice. Covenant 5 ministries have long had an emphasis on advocacy as a way to fulfill the gospel imperative of seeking justice, peace and equality. The definition of advocacy ministry as we understand it focuses on striving to formulate and implement public policy, and supporting grass-roots efforts for social change and other justice concerns. Examples include organizing or joining legislative advocacy efforts in conjunction with the Episcopal Public Policy Network, sponsoring educational events, and letter-writing campaigns.
Diocesan ministry members of Covenant 5 include Disability Awareness, Economic Justice Commission, Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Prison Ministry, and TBLG Concerns.
Every year, Covenant 5 awards Peace and Justice Advocacy Grants to local and national agencies and organizations. To contact Covenant 5, send an email to Cov5@comcast.net.
Canterbury House at the University of Michigan
721 E Huron St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Canterbury House at U-M is a progressive alternative for Christians and other spiritual seekers devoted to the spiritual growth of students, faculty and staff at the University of Michigan. To learn more, visit the community website.
c/o All Saints Episcopal Church
800 Abbot Road East Lansing, MI 48823
CanterburyMSU is our Episcopalian community that is geared toward students at Michigan State University. To learn more, visit the community online.