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New Campus Missioners

Aug 10, 2017

Transitioning into college is hard – really hard. We support all of our young adults whether they choose to go to college or do something else. The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta believes in giving every young adult the best opportunity to stay connected during this transition. Campus Missioners are here to help guide young adults during this new phase of life. Meet our newest Campus Missioners. 

Rebecca Land-Segrest

Rebecca is a cradle raised Episcopalian and has always been active in serving her Church, active growing up in her Diocese and parish in South Georgia, and she continues her involvement in the Episcopal Communion through Canterbury Club and knows firsthand the significance of having a strong Christian community. Rebecca is thrilled now serve as the Campus Missioner for the Canterbury Club of Northwest Georgia and plans to continue the strong traditions already in place while looking for new opportunities to serve our students. Contact Rebecca. 



The Rev. Joseph Shippen

Joseph served as a parish priest for eleven years before being called to campus ministry at Mercer University in 2017. A graduate of Mercer, he is excited to be back at the University, as Campus Missioner for the Diocese of Atlanta and as an adjunct professor in the Religious Studies Department. Joseph joined the Episcopal Church as a student through Mercer’s Canterbury Club. He is thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce others to the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement by leading the same ministry that made such an impact on his life. Contact Joseph.