The interns are more than simply housemates. We live together and learn how to share with each other, be hospitable, hold each other accountable, and move forward throughout the year.
Our intentional community is an attempt to live out Jesus’ commandment to love one’s neighbor as oneself in a literal and purposeful way. Intentional community means that we don’t interact passively. Through a Rule of Life, we grow deeper relationships with
We live out Jesus’ message by being in community with those most in need. This means living and working with the underserved and forgotten populations of society through internships with established agencies in Winston Salem. Our service is sacramental — an outward visible sign
Interns are provided many opportunities to explore and grow spiritually, but a lot of these opportunities only happen when our interns embrace them. Interns are encouraged to live out their spirituality in all aspects of their lives; often such matters are
We’re moving! New pictures forthcoming! The Mission House is near St Timothy’s Episcopal Church and is within walking distance to shops, grocery stores, restaurants, coffeehouses, and both hospitals. It has 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, lots of storage, and tons of common space....Read more
While all the rest of my college friends skipped off to grad school or great high-paying jobs, The Abraham Project was exactly where I needed to be, even though I was terrified to come. I've learned so much about myself here and have dove deeper into my relationship with God. I'm so thankful I've had this opportunity.
Being an intern with TAP, I am strengthening my relationship with God. I love that this program allows a safe place to ask questions and explore my understanding of being an Episcopalian. With my interning experience at a school, I have the opportunity to work with amazing students, teachers, and staff that help clarify my hopes for a teaching career.