Young Adults

All Things … Episcopal: A Very Episcopate Conversation

In this episode … we hear from our very own bishop about the role and function of a bishop. Bishop Bruce discusses her call story to both the priesthood and episcopate, her deepest prayer for young people of the church, and more!

Youth Game Night

On September 15 and 22, the Diocesan Youth Missioner will be hosting a Youth Game Night! Kids from 6th – 12th grade will be invited for an evening of food, games, and fun!

All Things … Episcopal: Maybe there is a Unicorn Church

In this episode … we hear from one member of the clergy and one member of the laity who are members of the LGBTQIA+ community.  We hear their stories; we learn a bit more on the journey toward inclusion the Episcopal Church is making, and we hear a real time learning moment that one of our podcaster’s experiences.

How to Welcome College Students into our Parishes

With fall just around the corner, students are gearing up to head to college. This gives parishes an opportunity to connect with new individuals and help them find a place to call home away from home. Here’s how you can make the college student “stranger” feel welcome.

All Things … Episcopal: The Church as a Spiritual Community and an Institution

Three-minute read. In this episode … we hear from Fr. David and Fr. Collin about koinonia, or communion, and the importance of participating in the church community. They addressed challenges within institutions, the benefits of having a church community, and their personal experiences within the church.

All Things … Episcopal: It’s not just pew aerobics, it’s personal and corporate piety

Three-minute read. In this episode … we talk about personal and corporate piety. Why we do the things we do. It is not just pew aerobics; it is reverence for God. However, in the Episcopal Church, not every parish will have the same exact piety in a worship service, nor will everyone have the same personal piety. Piety is less about doing the “right thing” and more about how to show reverence or respect to the Triune God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) and your growth in relationship with the Triune God.

All Things … Episcopal: Hope for the Church

Three-minute read. In this episode, we hear from Danni Valencia Montoya, a young adult member of Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral. She speaks to us about hope for the future of the Church as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community and what gives her hope during the Easter season.

All Things … Episcopal: The Daily Office

Three-minute read. In this episode, we talk about prayer and one of the ways Episcopalians engage in prayer practice. We explore the daily office and how to use the Book of Common Prayer to move through the Daily Office.

All Things … Episcopal: Baptism

Three-minute read. In this episode, we introduce the podcast hosts, explore baptism — what it is and what it means to be baptized, and hear Justin Smith’s Baptism story. Justin is an active young adult at St. Mary’s in Kansas City, Missouri.

Se anuncian fechas de eventos de jóvenes episcopales nacionales e internacionales

One-minute read. Después de un retraso de tres años debido a las restricciones del COVID-19, el Departamento de Formación en la Fe de la Iglesia Episcopal se complace en anunciar las fechas en 2023 para el Evento de la Juventud Episcopal (EYE) y el Evento de Jóvenes Episcopales (EJE).

Además, el período de solicitud está abierto para los interesados ​​en formar parte del equipo de planificación del EYE. La fecha límite para la recepción de solicitudes es el 15 de julio.

Dates announced for national, international Episcopal youth events

One-minute read. After three years’ delay due to COVID-19 restrictions, The Episcopal Church Department of Faith Formation is pleased to announce dates in 2023 for the Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) and Evento de Jóvenes Episcopales (EJE).

In addition, the application period is open for those interested in serving on the EYE planning team. The deadline to receive applications is July 15.

Episcopal Service Corps seeks applicants for remaining posts

One-minute read. The Episcopal Church invites young leaders ages 21 to 32 to join Episcopal Service Corps, a nationwide movement focused on transforming the world through leadership, community building, and personal and spiritual growth.

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