• Provincial Young Adult/Student Gathering Sings a New Song
    Sing to the Lord a new song!  Music has always been integral to the spiritual life, and to worship in particular.  In recent years, campus ministries have been at the forefront of experimenting with music, creating music, and leading the…
  • 2016 Collaborative Grant Application Posted
    The Executive Board of Province V is pleased to announce its application process for the 2016 collaborative grants.  The grants are collaborative in the sense that they expect to be working across diocesan lines or even provincial lines. …
  • Province V By laws Updated
      Synod approved changes to the Province V By laws which included conflating the Standing Rules into the body of the By laws. The changes largely recognize the changes needed to bring the governing principles up to date with the way the…
  • Fully Alive!
    Young Adult Retreat A line of people stood looking at a small table.  It was empty, but they’d been told that there was a television on it, and asked to describe that television.  “Use the phrase, ’it is,’ at the start of your…


Navigating Life’s Currents – Mackinac Island, MI
May 13-15, 2016

The Episcopal Church Women are planning the annual conference (open to everyone) appropriately called “Navigating Life’s Currents” at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island near the confluence of Lakes Michigan and Huron and where the St. Mary’s River empties Lake Superior. 

To hold a hotel room for this event in 2016 you will need to make a reservation by May 1, 2015 of $100.  By November 1, 2015 the balance of $300 is due. For more specifics see the deposit form here.

This Friday through Sunday conference will focus on four “docks”: Currents of Service (Outreach), Currents of Hope (Advocacy & Environment), Currents of our Lives (Formation) and Currents of Light (Evangelism). 

The $400 fee includes 2 nights at the amazing Grand Hotel, meals and conference fees. 

Experience the Living Waters

Province V covers Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, eastern Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin: 14 dioceses, 844 congregations, 220,000 lay persons and clergy.

Each diocese is bordered by at least one body of living water; the great American rivers, the Great Lakes, and myriad smaller bodies. The image of Living Water, baptismal waters, continues to shape our relationships and ministry.