Saint John's Episcopal Church
Friday, December 06, 2013
WHITEWATER RAFTING 2013!
EYC (Episcopal Youth Community) WHO IS EYC?
=the place to be Just a super group of teenagers that welcomes
all 6th - 12th graders.
WHEN AND WHERE DO WE MEET? WHAT DO WE DO?
EYC meets mostly on Sunday evenings usually in the We... playpraylaughlistentalk
Parish Life Center; however we do occassionally eatthinkaskengageserve!
BUST OUT, go Craayyzeee, and meet at a different time
in a different place. You just never know...
TIME FOR CHRISTMAS TREES!
This is one of our two big fundraisers each year.
Click HERE to download and print an order form!
Youth Confirmation Classes began Sunday October 20
there's still time for You to join us!
Young people in grade 9 and up are invited to receive
the Sacrament of Confirmation.
The education process involves partnering with an adult Mentor.
october! autumn in full swing!
PILGRIMAGE 2013 : CIAO ITALIA!!!
We left for Italy on March 7th. We are VERY grateful to all our fellow parishioners and friends for all of your support. The Young People are traveling, but the Pilgrimage is an endeavor of the whole parish. Visit our pilgrimage 2013 Facebook page for pictures galore!
Sunday! Sunday!! SUNDAY-SCHOOL!!!
Youth Sunday-School welcomes young people in grades 6 - 12. We gather upstairs in the Youth Room in the Parish Life Center, (PLC,) at 9:15am Sunday mornings. Meetings are a lectionary based Bible study, with a focus on student-life. Sometimes, we have donuts...
2011 Youth Pilgrimage on el Camino de Santiago
On Sunday, May 29th, 2011, 18 members of our Youth Community and 4 adult chaperones embarked on a Pilgrimage to Spain, where we walked a portion of the centuries old Camino de Santiago, or Way of Saint James. This ancient trail begins in France and leads some 500+ miles to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, where the bones of Saint James are believed to be buried. Our group walked the last 75 miles, covering roughly 15 miles a day for 5 consecutive days. Above is a photo of our group as we began our walk in the town of Sarria. 17 of the 18 young people pictured above have since graduated and gone off to college. The legacy they have established is the foundation of a new "Camino" for future generations of Saint John's EYC members to travel.
Want to see more pictures? <CLICK HERE> to be redirected to our Facebook page.
Want to know more about Youth Ministry at Saint John's?
Contact Trip Gintz, Director of Youth Ministry: email@example.com