Reconciliation and Justice

Line No. Description GC Adopted Budget Triennium 16–18 2016–2018 Revision October 2017 Executive Council Draft 01/24/2018 PB&F Proposed Budget Special Comments for 2019–2021 (Base salary increases 3% pa; medical cost increases 9% pa; salary increases may include COLA and performance-based changes)
66 Poverty and Social Justice
67
68 Asset Mapping 75,000 Moved to Communications
69 Incarnational Encounter 64,000 2,500
70 Asset Based Community Development Training (ABCD) 120,000 96,322 90,000 90,000 Emphasis on expansion of ABCD use across departments: transcreating with Ethnic Ministries, formation and curricular development, storytelling implications for evangelism and reconciliation
71 Internships 125,000 125,000 Apply funding towards Creation Care
72 Jubilee Ministry Grants 200,000 79,477 180,000 180,000 Ongoing centers
80 Jubilee Ministry Networking 30,000 29,281 40,000 40,000 Director has been charged with activating a more robust network of Jubilee Ministries
73 New Materials 849
74 Networks, capacity building and implementation related to Domestic Poverty initiatives 60,000 50,000 80,000 80,000 2016-18 funding was inadequate for travel, office equipment and other staff costs related to Domestic Poverty
75
76
77 Advocacy and Social Justice
78 State Public Policy Networks Participation 150,000 150,356 50,000 50,000 Now managed by Staff Officer for Social Justice and Advocacy Engagement
79 Cross-class Congregational Engagement 60,000 20,000 25,000 25,000 "Incarnational Encounters" for regional poverty consultations (not conferences, but teaching and discernment events)
81 Event on Human Trafficking 30,000 15,000 20,000 Is in line 149
82 Total Poverty, Advocacy & Social Justice 839,000 643,785 485,000 465,000
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84 Racial Justice and Reconciliation 2,000,000 750,000 Because the work did not begin until mid-2017, only $1 mil will be spent during 2016-2018. The remaining $1 million is allocated below for 2019-2021. This $750K is a further addition in response to D002
85 General Racial Justice and Reconciliation 70,563
86 Census of The Episcopal Church 120,000 150,000
87 Racial Injustice/Justice Audit 30,000 20,000 20,000 Ongoing data collection as part of the church's work, in partnership with Provincial leadership
88 Other Embodied Engagements 100,000 60,000 60,000 Extend Listening Engagements into additional provinces in next triennium
89 Communication/web/social media 52,000 45,000 45,000
90 Lifelong Formation and Worship 115,000 Increase capacity to grow and widely share conversation around racial reconciliation and justice. See lines 91-93
91 Resource development and distribution: essay collections, leadership resources, all-ages resources (may require consultants) 20,000 20,000 Ongoing resource development in response to the changing environment
92 Young Adult Pilgrimage 40,000 40,000
93 ERD Reconciliation Pilgrimage 10,000 10,000
94 Program, travel and office - Staff Officer, Racial Reconciliation 170,000 170,000
95 Partnering with Episcopal HBCUs 300,000
96 Racial Justice Engagement 150,000 130,000 130,000
97 Networks, capacity building and racial justice engagement related to implementation of C019 - Officer for Social Justice and Advocacy Engagement As of 2019-21: titled "Program, travel and office - Staff Officer, Social Justice and Advocacy Engagement"
98 Program travel and office 60,000 55,000 55,000
99 National Association of Episcopal Schools partnership 20,000 20,000 Partnership with NAES; allies in racial reconciliation and justice work
100 Staff Costs 1,435,945 1,446,038 1,446,038 3 staff moved to Reconciliation and Justice
101 Racial Justice Total 2,000,000 2,433,508 2,166,038 2,766,038 Because the work did not begin until mid-2017, the entire $2 mil will not be spent during 2016-2018
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103 Ethnic Ministries:
104 Indigenous Ministries
105 Clergy and Lay Leadership Development Project 80,000 80,000 Indigenous clergy and lay leadership development with emphasis on Jesus Movement. Features ongoing continuing education, resource creation and strategic planning for indigenous ministries, including those in Province 9.
106 Church-wide Indigenous Winter Talk gathering 80,000 80,000 Winter Talk follows the tradition within Indigenous communities of gathering the people during winter months for prayer, ritual, learning, fellowship, storytelling, honoring of elders, and celebration. Currently regional gatherings are held with limited funding and participation. Gathering to be held annually.
107 Native Youth Development Project 30,000 30,000 Indigenous youth initiative to develop supports and resources for youth and their adult leaders and clergy. Note that Native American youth are extremely vulnerable to the effects of intergenerational trauma, including substance abuse, domestic violence, criminal gang involvement, and mental health issues, including an alarmingly high suicide rate
108 Assessment study for outreach to and networking with Province 9 25,000 25,000 An assessment will be conducted by consultants fluent in the language and culture of the Indigenous peoples in Central and South America and the Caribbean. They will identify major ministry needs and gifts, and discern ways to support and grow this witness. Note: A significant number of Indigenous Episcopalians live in Province 9, but they have been underserved in comparison to other Indigenous Episcopal communities. To be conducted in conjunction with the Office of Latino/Hispanic Ministries
109 Collaborative Projects 70,000 98,750 $29K additional responds to A054/055. All Ethnic Offices are involved in the planning and implementation of several projects including: annual Why Serve Discernment of Young Adults of Color; annual Seminarians of Color; Train the Trainers; triennial New Community/Beloved Community
110 Program, office and travel 80,000 80,000
111 Consultants 30,000 30,000
112 Indigenous Ministries Total 576,000 377,499 395,000 423,750
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114 Asiamerican Ministries
115 Ethnic Convocational Leadership Gatherings 40,000 40,000 The 7 ethnic convocations (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, Southeast Asian, South Asian, Pacific Islanders) gather independently to cast vision, map plans and train leaders
116 Asiamerica & Pacific Islanders Churchwide Consultation 60,000 60,000 Triennial gathering for identifying best practices, developing leaders and growing inter-ethnic community among Episcopal Asiamericans
117 ANDREWS - Asiamerica Mentoring Program 120,000 120,000 Asiamerica Network of Disciples, Revivalists, Evangelists, Witnesses & Saints (ANDREWS)
118 Consultants 30,000 30,000
119 Collaborative Projects 70,000 98,750 $29K additional responds to A054/055. All Ethnic Offices are involved in the planning and implementation of several projects including: annual Why Serve Discernment of Young Adults of Color; annual Seminarians of Color; Train the Trainers; triennial New Community/Beloved Community
120 Program, office and travel 80,000 80,000
121 Episcopal Asia America Ministries Total 420,000 401,602 400,000 428,750
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123 Black Ministries
124 New Visions 110,000 110,000 Congregational Renewal to grow plateaued and declining congregations
125 Sudanese Ministry Development 30,000 30,000 Specific effort to grow evangelism and missional ministries in Sudanese communities
126 SOUL Conference 30,000 30,000 The Spiritual Opportunity to Unite and Learn gathers youth and young adults for leadership skills training and development
127 Black Women's Ministry Initiative 15,000 15,000 Initiative to develop leadership and opportunities for women of African descent
128 International Black Clergy Conference 50,000 50,000 Triennial gathering of black clergy developing resources for congregational life, clergy wellness, deployment and deeper fellowship
129 Historically Black Colleges Recognition Event 15,000 15,000 Biennial event that highlights the Episcopal Church’s ongoing commitment to higher education
130 Program, office and travel 80,000 80,000
131 Collaborative Projects 70,000 98,750 $29K additional responds to A054/055. All Ethnic Offices are involved in the planning and implementation of several projects including: annual Why Serve Discernment of Young Adults of Color; annual Seminarians of Color; Train the Trainers; triennial New Community/Beloved Community
132 Consultants 30,000 30,000
133 Black Ministries Total 518,000 559,452 430,000 458,750
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135 Hispanic / Latino Ministries
136 Academia 80,000 80,000 The Academia is an ecumenical lay formation program for adults, led by trained lay facilitators. This cost subsidizes 9 training events to be held during the triennium
137 New Camino 40,000 40,000 Conference designed to stimulate interest in developing new Latino ministries in the dioceses that invite us
138 Social Media/Digital Resource Training 30,000 30,000 Funding for 2 church wide trainings and 6 regional/diocesan trainings, in collaboration with the Evangelism Team and Communications Dept
139 ABCD Training (Asset-based Community Development) 20,000 20,000 In partnership with ERD, ABCD training materials have been trans-created to appeal to the Latino church both in the US and in Province IX. This budget will allow leaders to be trained on how to use ABCD principles for partnering with community agencies
140 Nuevo Amanecer 40,000 40,000 Nuevo Amanecer is the flagship biannual conference for Latino ministry and is now done in collaboration with the ELCA. Almost 500 persons attended in 2016 and 2018 should go over. The conference is co-sponsored by Kanuga and is designed for leadership development, empowerment, and discipleship. This budget allows for the staff participation and some scholarships, especially for small congregations and Province IX.
141 Cultural Competency 60,000 60,000 The Episcopal Latino Cultural Competency Course was created as a result of Resolution A086 from the 2015 General Convention. The Cultural Competency course is a nine-day intensive course designed for diocesan staff, clergy, lay leaders, and seminarians. Offered at Episcopal seminaries; academic credit through Seminary of the Southwest. Funding for 6 courses during triennium
142 Coordinator for Latino Mission Development In staff cost line below. Resolution A086 called for an extensive expansion of programs supporting Latino/Hispanic ministry in the Episcopal Church including training and deploying coaches and mentors, assisting dioceses and congregations develop Latino/Hispanic ministries, creating and running a cultural competency program for diocesan and congregational leaders, and providing leadership development and education programs. This extensive set of programs far exceeds the capacity of the Missioner for Latino/Hispanic Ministry
143 Staff Travel 140,000 140,000
144 Collaborative Projects 70,000 98,750 $29K additional responds to A054/055. All Ethnic Offices are involved in the planning and implementation of several projects including: annual Why Serve Discernment of Young Adults of Color; annual Seminarians of Color; Train the Trainers; triennial New Community/Beloved Community
145 Consultants 30,000 30,000
146 Translation/Interpretation 18,000 18,000
147 Hispanic/Latino Ministries Total 520,000 511,252 528,000 556,750 Program budget for LHM in current triennium included $510k program budget plus $1.1 million from line 28 to fund Resolution A086 2015. Some initiatives have been completed; others need to be continued.
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149 Ethnic Ministry-Related Social Justice and Advocacy 90,000 120,000 120,000 Funding available for social justice and advocacy initiatives spearheaded by Ethnic Ministries, in collaboration with OGR and Racial Justice and Reconciliation
150 Staff Costs 2,256,727 2,258,129 2,618,844 2,951,844 Provides funding for continuing the second staff officers for Latino Ministries and adds another $333K for a second staff officer in Indigenous Ministries D010
151 Total Ethnic Ministries 4,380,727 4,107,934 4,491,844 4,939,844
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153 Historically Black Episcopal Colleges + Universities 1,645,000 1,645,002 1,645,000 1,645,000 Continuation of support
154 Educational Enterprise Grants 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 Grants for strategic assistance at St. Augustine's and Voorhees
155
156 United Thank Offering
157 UTO Other 480,160 460,089 482,000 482,000
158 Staff Costs 693,190 579,746 651,175 651,175
159 Less Offset from trust funds (973,152) (921,000) (950,000) (950,000)
160 Total United Thank Offering 200,198 118,835 183,175 183,175
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162 Total Racial Justice and Reconciliation 9,464,925 9,349,064 9,371,058 10,399,058