Giving emerging adults a safe place to become all God created them to be.
Working with middle school and high school students calls for passion, patience, and faithfulness – pointing out the sacred in the midst of the chaos of adolescence and walking faithfully with young people as they transition from child to young adult.
Responding to the spiritual needs of teens is about building trusting relationships. We work hard to walk with young people on their journeys from childhood to adulthood, recognizing their gifts for ministry, their questions about spirituality, and their desire to make a difference in the world.
Upcoming Events › Youth
These next two weeks we take a diversion into the world of Anglican literature as we welcome Dr. Terry Lindvall, C.S. Lewis Endowed Chair in Communication and Christian Thought and Professor of Communication at Virginia Wesleyan University. Among his many published works are his most recent: God on the Big Screen: A History of Prayers in Hollywood Films from the Silent Films to Today (New York University Press, 2019) Old Men of the Bible: Reflections on Faith and Aging with…Find out more »
This is an opportunity for youth 8th grade to 12th grade to explore the Bible and their own beliefs. Led by Boomer Somers and Scott Goodspeed.Find out more »
The late Rev. Dr. Urban T. Holmes described the Episcopal Church and its Anglican ethos as creating “a world of wonder in which it is very easy to fall in love with God.” This winter/spring class will explore the unique ethos, spirituality, literature, practices, beliefs, and approaches to the Christian Faith that comprise what it is to be an Episcopalian. Presenters include the clergy as well as special presenters from Virginia Wesleyan and Virginia Theological Seminary. Whether you are exploring…Find out more »