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Last week, we welcomed 360 children and 160 teen and adult volunteers for an amazing time of learning, connecting, and fun!
The children learned that God created them, loves them, and is always with them wherever they go. They talked to God each day, spe…
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This past weekend Student Ministry took 61 middle and high school students, 7 adult volunteers, and 6 college Student Ministry alumni to Mt. Lebanon Retreat Center for "Whole," a two-day experiment in cultivating a quiet soul, and a sense of wholeness in God’s love. The agenda, …
…many new faces as familiar ones. When we began to need more seats and hospitality help, parents and students pitched in joyfully. There was a very cool synergy and a deeply positive, familial vibe as adults and teens met one another at tables, chatted and ate, and learned more together about the new year in Student Ministry. This year we're focusing on programming and vision, with unity across High S…
…ou are the church of our heart. We have raised our family here. From a 29 year old clergyman with his new wife and a growing family…to now, nearly—or clearly!—eligible for our Primetimer Senior Adult group!
We do thank our God in remembrance of you. We truly do.
On Sunday, the 14th of August, I will have a final word with you before I begin what is likely the last sabbatical of my rectors…
…ng children, St. Augustine and his mother St. Monica come to my mind. Augustine was most difficult in his formative years. His behavior troubled his tender-hearted mother greatly, and as he became an adult, Monica saw her son reject much of her instruction, especially when it came to faith in the Lord.
But her faith was not swayed by the situations she faced with her son or his unbelieving friends. …
…ut the next day and the year to come.
And this continued to be the case even through college. One of my favorite things was shopping for all of the supplies I would need for school. Even now as an adult, I can’t wait to get all of my kids’ school supplies.
As I have begun my new role as Local Outreach Coordinator and I have met with Christ Church’s agency partners, I have seen this same zea…
The DNOW retreat this year ran alongside the adult Prepare: Lent retreat. DNOW helped engage students in getting ready for Lent as their parents did the same across campus. And we had a great time!
But that's only part of why we call it a "whol…
…lling you?" Pray for our staff as we ask that question with students, and as we ask it of ourselves!
Congrats to the Confirmands and Father Taylor! This past weekend, along with over thirty adult confirmands, we watched eight students renew their baptismal vows in a service of Confirmation and Ordination. We also saw Deacon Taylor become Father Taylor! What a blessing to have these servants o…
As you’re reading this, a group of 56 students, 10 adult leaders, and the Donison family will be in the midst of our first full day at Camp Eagle. This is now our third year of doing Student Ministry camp at Camp Eagle and we always enjoy our time together…