6:30 PM18:30

An Evening with Bishop Abraham

A Five Talents event near you.

Join Five Talents for an extraordinary evening with Bishop Abraham Yel Nhial, a former lost boy who walked more than a thousand miles fleeing war in South Sudan. Bishop Abraham is now a leading advocate for peace and development in his country and is excited to share his compelling story with some of Five Talents closest friends.

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Note: This event has reached capacity and registration is now closed. Stay tuned for future events with Five Talents.

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to Jun 20

Anglican Church of North America Provincial Assembly

ACNA Provincial Assembly 2019

Five Talents is excited to share during the ACNA Provincial Assembly and Conference in Plano Texas. Learn how to engage your church in transformative mission that empowers the poor. Discover opportunities for international partnerships, short term missions, and sustainable development. Stop by the Five Talents booth or contact us today to set up a meeting.

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8:00 AM08:00

Women's Breakfast: Discover the Hero Within

Join a gathering of women in your community! Together we’ll learn about INSPIRING WOMEN in the Bible and around the world.

Let’s discover, relate, and share how small acts of KINDNESS make us everyday HEROES.

You won’t want to miss this event!

Click here to learn more about the event and to register.

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6:30 PM18:30

Together for Transformation Dinner


Celebrating 10 Years

Join us for dinner as Five Talents and Anglican Relief and Development Fund celebrate 10 years of working together to transform communities worldwide through the Anglican Communion. Featuring special guest Eva Mamani, authentic Bolivian cuisine, and a discussion on the power of church partnerships in economic development.

At The Falls Church Anglican
6565 Arlington Blvd.
Falls Church, VA

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to Oct 26

Kenya Marathon and Tea Trek

Kenya Marathon and Tea Trek

Do you like to run, walk, or hike? Are you ready to have fun and make a difference for communities in need?

In the Fall of 2020, Five Talents will lead a team of about fifty runners, walkers, and joggers from around the world for a week-long adventure in Kenya.

Whether you’re a casual walker or jogger, an aspiring marathon participant, or a seasoned runner looking for a challenge, we’ve got a distance that will suit you.

Enjoy a fabulous week of friendship and fun, while also raising money for the very communities you’ll encounter. You’ll have the opportunity to meet Five Talents entrepreneurs and learn more about community savings.

Where: Nairobi, Naivasha, and Kericho, Kenya. Experience the dynamism of urban Nairobi, the wonder of the Great Rift Valley and the beautiful tea hills of Western Kenya.

When: October 20th to 26th, 2019 Or stay an extra few days for an optional safari

Cost: $1,200 will cover accommodation, meals, and in-country travel. Airfare to Kenya and any other costs are extra.

Click here to learn more and register online.
Questions, contact us: info@fivetalents.org or 703-242-6016

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10:00 AM10:00

Mission Breakfast: Communities of Hope


Five Talents is pleased to present during a special Mission Partner Breakfast at Vienna Presbyterian Church. Join us in the Great Hall for breakfast and inspiring updates and stories from around the world. Featuring Five Talents Executive Director, Dale Stanton-Hoyle, and special guest, Lucy Amina Chaves from Kenya. Come early for the 9 o'clock service or stick around for a church service immediately following the breakfast.

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to Apr 13

Global Mission Conference

Five Talents presents a workshop on "Building Strong and Sustainable Communities" at the 2018 Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference.


For the past twenty years, Five Talents has helped Episcopal and Anglican churches empower new entrepreneurs to start their own small businesses in some of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable communities. In this workshop, you’ll learn answers to the following questions when serving the poor in Jesus’ name.

  • What does it mean for missions to honor the talents and dignity of the poor, especially women who often have no “voice?”
  • How are churches building strong communities and nurturing peace and reconciliation in areas of conflict such as South Sudan?
  • What does it means to empower poor communities to use their own resources for good?
  • How can cross-cultural mission be oriented around indigenous communities and strengthening local leaders?
  • How can your church get involved?

Join us at Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Virginia. Click here to learn more.

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