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As an initiative of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), we are associated with the following ministries who also serve current and future leaders (both lay and ordained) in our denomination.

Agape Year

God’s Kingdom Come starts with you

Jesus’s invitation to the disciples was a simple one, and Agape Year‘s invitation is the same…Come and See. Come and see what God is doing in Pittsburgh and throughout His Kingdom. Agape Year is a gap year for recent high school graduates (18-20 years old) who are eager to see God’s justice roll down like waters at home and abroad. Agape Year is an 8-month program that will challenge you, inspire you, and change your life.

Visit Agape Year’s website to learn more or check out their Instagram feed.


Anglican Multi-Ethnic Network (AMEN)

Scholarly Articles & Resources for Anglican Congregations

AMEN is a group of individuals, organizations, and churches in the ACNA who are dedicated to encouraging the church to better embody the universal saving power of the gospel by supporting multi-ethnic Anglican Churches. We work to increase the presence of people of color in existing congregations. We believe that to do this work effectively it is important that our churches address the varied historic and ongoing concerns of people of color, especially issues of social justice. The Executive Leadership Team and the Leadership Advisory Council are working to broaden the reach of the Network.

Visit to learn more.


A model for one on one discipleship

The “Engage” initiative provides a model for youth ministry that is tuned to small churches and church plants. It is centered on training adults to read the Bible with teenagers and works to create diocesan level structures to support ministry to teenagers. 

Visit Engage to learn more



Certificate in Spiritual Direction

Selah’s curriculum is designed to nurture each participant in two main areas: a foundational understanding of the theology of spiritual formation (through faculty teaching during retreat residencies, and reading and reflection assignments in between residencies), and the central practice of spiritual direction (through small group experiences in retreat residencies, and individual experiences of offering spiritual direction and reflecting on it with a Selah faculty supervisor in between residencies).

Visit Selah’s website to learn more. 

Spiritual Leadership, Inc. (SLI)

Helping church leaders find and keep joy in their ministries

The passion for God and the passion to create healthy leadership cultures drove the development of SLI‘s L3 model of Loving, Learning, and Leading. This model simply mirrored the elements that brought SLI into existence in an intentional way. From the very first project on, SLI has considered itself a learning organization. SLI’s ability to learn and grow has become quite significant with hundreds of projects affecting thousands of churches across 18 denominations, in diverse cultures all over the world.

Visit SLI to learn more.