I came to better understand my moral obligation to help those who couldn't help themselves.  I had this place called Red Shirt tucked in my heart, a place from which I could draw strength and guidance. --Christopher J.

The Red Shirt Project is a shared ministry, coordinated by the Rev. Robert Two Bulls (Director of Indian Work for the Diocese of Minnesota) and the Rev. Michael Cunningham, (Rector of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, in Lompoc, California).  Rev. Two Bulls is a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe and a second-generation Episcopal priest.  Young adults from various churches across the country and from other parts of the Anglican Communion come together to travel to Red Shirt every summer for a two week mission trip. 

Read more from some past Red Shirt Project participants.

The Red Shirt Project operates under Guidelines for youth and adult participants, as published by the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles.