The CEEP Network is the largest group of resourced institutions from across the Episcopal Church. The network’s membership is committed to strengthening leaders for a changing church through connecting, equipping, and diversifying. Through gathering the network throughout the year - including at the largest annual conference in the church each winter - the CEEP Network ensures …Read More »
Joe Swimmer is the Executive Director of CEEP (the Consortium of Endowed Episcopal Parishes), the only national membership organization for Episcopal parishes and seminaries fostering connection, collaboration and innovation. As Executive Director, Joe works with CEEP’s Board of Directors to set the strategic direction for the organization and execute its programming.
As the Ex…Read More »
Meet the CEEP Board of Directors, representing lay and clergy members from around the United States.Read More »
The Consortium's mission is to celebrate, inspire and equip its member parishes, seminaries, and other Episcopal Institutions for effective leadership, stewardship and transformation in the Church and in the world.
The Consortium is a dynamic national network of endowed Episcopal parishes bringing together lay and clergy leaders for dialogue, discernment, educat…Read More »
1980 - A CONCEPT IS BORN
- College of Preachers, Washington Cathedral: The concept of the Consortium is born
- Pre-organization meeting of parishes at Christ Cathedral, Indianapolis
- Founders: The Rev. Roger White, The Rev. Bob Brown, the Very Rev. Roger Gray of Indianapolis. The Rev. Loren Mead, Consultant
1985 - THE CONSORTIUM IS INCORPORATED
- Loren Mead leads organizationa…
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