2017 Collaborative Grant Applications Available

The application process for the 2017 collaborative grants awarded by Province V is now open (as of September 13, 2016).  The applications will be received from November 15, 2016 - January 13, 2017.

Download the 2017 Grant Package here.

The grants are intended to empower and enhance ministries which cross diocesan lines, highlighting our belief that we can do more good when we work together.


Report from Executive Council's October Meeting

The Executive Council of the Episcopal Church met October 19-22 in New Brunswick, NJ

Click here to read the report on their actions and travels.



  • Student Veterans Ministry
    Student Veteran’s Ministry at St John’s Episcopal Church, Youngstown, OH Thinking Christians, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at St. John’s, funded by the Diocese of Ohio, has taken various forms over the years.  We have a small,…
  • Report of Executive Council June 2016 Meeting
      The Executive Council of The Episcopal Church met in Chaska, MN June 8th through 10th, 2016. Opening remarks from the Chair (The Rev. Gay Jennings) and Vice Chair (The Most Rev. Michael Curry) continued the theme of elasticity –…
  • Plainsong Farm - A New Thing
    What do you get when you put together an Episcopal priest, 10 acres of land, a farmer with an M.Div., a new guide to the Christian food movement, a watershed organization and a charitable food network? You get Plainsong Farm, a new farm…
  • ECW Lead the way in Anti-Trafficking Education
    Episcopal Church Women Lead the Way Two views of three anti-trafficking workshops offered in Ohio   1) Diocese of Ohio ECW actions regarding Human Trafficking At our 137th ECW Annual Meeting held in Warren, Ohio in 2014 we had as our…
  • UTO Young Adult Grants Include 3 for Province V
    I am very happy to let you know that theUnited Thank Offeringtoday announced the awarding of 10 Young Adult and 5 Seminarian Grants.  Of the10 young adult grantsI am delighted to let you know thatt hree of them were awarded to young adults…

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.