Saturday, July 13, 2019 - Sunday, July 21, 2019
Welcome! Our mission is to coach our young adults towards the same marks of faithful Jesus- following that we expect from their parents and grandparents.
We offer opportunities to serve and to study.
The foundation of our mission includes:
- Sunday Morning Worship
- Bible Studies
- Fun Fellowship Events
- Service Projects
- Diocesan Retreats
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs.” And he laid his hands on them. — Matthew 19:14-15
Sunday School starts at 10:15 am in the Bentley Education Center.
Jr High 6th-8th graders: Youth Room 2 in the Bentley Education Center
The Jr. High Sunday School class offers a variety of learning opportunities. We will be using various video Bible studies.
Sr. High 9th-12th graders: Youth Room 3 in the Bentley Education Center
The Sr. High Sunday School class offers a place where students can feel passionate about their faith while discovering who they are. We will be using various curriculum in this class from video series to book studies.
Sunday Nights 6pm-7:15pm
Join us for food, fellowship, prayer, and Bible Study. Bring $5 for dinner. Youth Room 1 & 2
Occasionally Youth Group will meet off campus for a fun activity such as bowling, rock climbing, trampoline parks, etc. Newcomers and friends are always welcome!
Text “@stdsyo” to 81010 for info and text reminders about events.
Y.E.S. and Happening:
Youth opportunities for spiritual growth in the piney woods of
Youth Encounter Spirit (Y.E.S) — for 6th – 8th grade.
The Y.E.S. (Youth Encounter Spirit) weekend designed for 6th-8th graders helps foster a clearer appreciation of self, richer relationships with others, and a deeper experience with jesuis. The aim is for those who attend to discover new thins about themselves, their relationships, God and the church.
HAPPENING—for 9th – 12th grade
Happening is designed to provide an opportunity for high school youth to encounter Christ in the midst of an intentional Christian community. Features of the weekend include teen leadership with support from clergy and lay adults, talks, songs, worship, and small group activities.
For dates and more information or to register got to http://www.epicenter.org/youth/
Camp Eagle Highlights from 2019
All volunteers that work with youth and/or children are required to submit to a thorough background check and attend training. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Louise Durnell.