When: August 15 | $30 per seat
Join us for a night at the ballpark! A fun opportunity to get your young adult congregation together, or connect with new Episcopal young adults.
Join St. Michaels’ Young Adults for Kayaking and Compline
When: Thursdays at 5 PM – June 29, July 27 & August 31
Where: Downtown Boathouse near Pier 26
What to Bring: shorts, sandals, swimsuit, water bottle, and a good sense of humor! Friends are welcome too.
Reformation 500: Commemorative Eucharist and Festive Reception, Hosted by Metropolitan New York Synod
Save the Date: November 1 – All Saints’ Day
Join us as we mark this moment in history in the largest gothic footprint in the world, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC. A commemorative Eucharist will begin at 6:00pm and feature rich music, including a specially commissioned anthem, ecumenical guests, and a procession. Rev. Dr. Robert Alan Rimbo, bishop of the Metropolitan New York Synod, will preside and preach during this worship service.
As the liturgy concludes, we will be sent into a festive time together with food and drinks for all.
Doors will open at 5:30pm.
This event is free with a donation of any size. We are grateful to generous sponsors and your donations to make this event accessible for all.
Young Adult Network Service Day
When: November 18, 2017
Habitat for Humanity local (Manhattan) service day to neighbors. Small projects inside homes, teams of 2-3 will be dispensed out. At the lunch and afterwards time frame volunteers will have time to connect and reflect with one another. Parish leaders, please us know if you think you will have a lot of folks interested in volunteering this day, so we can plan enough projects, etc. with Habitat.
Contacts: Chase Danford Chase Danford firstname.lastname@example.org
Episcopal Diocese Young Adult Network’s Annual St. Nicholas Party!
Where: St. James’ Church, Madison Avenue (UES)
When: Saturday, December 9, 2017
Connect with email@example.com to get your congregation involved!
Congratulations to the Church Club’s Young Adult of the Year Award Winner!
Christopher Wilson is a member of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Mohegan Lake, NY. He spent last year serving a small village in Serbia with the Peace Corps. His exposure to the limited access to resources for the school children such as a safe school building, usable books and materials, and recreation equipment, set forth in him a burning fire of passion to be a part of the solution and next steps for the tiny village he worked in.
The seeds for change were planted and with the $1000 awarded to him by the Church Club. Christopher is well on his way toward building on his experiences and taking next steps with the community there. Read more here.