Our middle and high school youth are not just the future of our church, but an integral part of our church TODAY. Their spiritual development is of the utmost importance and we encourage our youth to join.
Confirmation Classes will resume next spring. If you are interested in being confirmed or re-affirmed, please contact the front office for more information.
On the 2nd and 4th Sundays, we have our EYC or Episcopal Youth Community. We meet at 4:30 PM with Middle & High School youth and talk about our views, Jesus, and our lives.
The youth take a visit to the Church of the Common Ground once a year. Church of the Common Ground is an Episcopal Church that serves our homeless population in Atlanta. We make sandwiches to go in bagged lunches that we hand out after the service. It's a very powerful experience to serve our community in this way.
· Our Youth Group helps to organize and pack bags for our Rocket Fuel Mission, ensuring children in our community have a healthy, well balanced meal outside of their school schedule.
Our youth help us worship by helping at the altar. Whenever they get the urge to carry the torch, they're allowed to begin acolyting. Over time, they move up to Crucifer, where they carry the cross in. The Crucifer also helps the priest set the table before the Eucharist. Contact Meg for more information.
The Youth Service Day had a great turnout this year and we look forward to next year's event. More details to come. It's an all day event that includes lunch. This is a great time to get some service hours and to hear about serving in our community. For our youth who went on the mission trip, this will be a time to do some follow ups with the organizations you served.
Happening is a spiritual renewal weekend for high school youth, led by high school youth. The weekend focuses on growing closer in your own faith by listening to talks, and reflecting in small groups. Second semester freshman and up can go to the weekend. The weekend takes place at Camp Mikell in Toccoa, Ga. The weekend costs $100.
The next Happening is TBD.
New Beginnings is a spiritual renewal weekend for middle school youth, led by high school youth and adults. The weekend focuses on relationships between our friends, family, and God. Youth in 6th grade and above can come. High School youth can serve on team, even if they’ve never come before. Meg has helped run the weekend in the past and would love to answer questions.
While Annual Council is voting on new decisions in the church, the youth get together to hang out and have a lock in. The youth lead the service for Annual Council the next morning.
Jr. DYC is for our middle school youth. It's held at Camp Mikell. It's like going to summer camp during a weekend in the winter. We have small groups, afternoon activities, play games, sing songs and get closer with our friends from around the diocese.
Sr. DYC is for our high school youth. It's held at Camp Mikell. It's like going to summer camp during a weekend in the winter. We have small groups, afternoon activities, play games, sing songs and get closer with our friends from around the diocese.
January 29: Make Valentines for local Nursing Home and elderly in our church
February 12: Take Valentines to nursing home & Plan for Pancake Supper
February 17-19: High School Camp Mikell retreat (reach out to me if interested, I will post link below)
February 21: Tuesday night Pancake Dinner (sign up genius will be sent out this week)~ donations will given to Mostly Mutts
February 26: Take our Mostly Mutts donations to the shelter (date/time may vary, will be announced)
March 3-5: Middle School Camp Mikell retreat (link to sign up below)
March 12: Hunger Walk
March 26: Escape Room
April 9: Easter weekend
April 16: Packing bags for Rocket fuel
April 30: Frisbee Golf at the park
May 14: Nursing home cookie visit/delivery
May 28: End of school party (Egg blow & pictionary)
The youth is accepting donations until February 25.
The Youth Group is collecting the following to donate to Mostly Mutts, a local animal shelter in Cobb county. A box has been placed in the Narthex for collections of:
Milk Bone Pill Pouches: Any flavor
Pup-Peroni Treats for training
Nitrile latex gloves: Large or extra large
Towels: new or used
Bleach: NO splashless, please
Pine-Sol floor clearner: Lemon or fresh scent
Trash Bags: Plastic 55 gallon lawn & leaf bags, 13 gallon trash bags
Our Youth Group will be hosting a February 21st pancake supper!
We are asking for donations to attend. Donations will go to the Mostly Mutts charity
5:30-7:00 p.m., February 21st.
Asking for people to bring breakfast casseroles: Sign up Genius pending.
March 12: Sign up for the Hunger Walk St. Teresa's Team!
Participate either in person or virtually by following the link below: