by Sarah Kleinwechter
When I went to Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) in the summer of 2011, I had no idea what I was expecting. I knew that it was a giant youth conference of The Episcopal Church, as the title suggested, but beyond that I walked in there with no real clue as to what was going to unfold over the weekend. What happened was better than I could have hoped.
I won’t say that this weekend transformed my whole view of God and religion, because that’s not what it was for me. For me, this conference helped me to form my identity as an Episcopalian and grow in my faith…Continue Reading
On our stewardship ingathering Sunday, November 10, three teenagers from at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church spoke eloquently about stewardship and what it means to them personally, and they shared ideas about how we should approach it. Please listen and read what they wrote. Ebun: Good Morning. My name is Ebun. These are my siblings Ife and […]Continue Reading
Corrie Cabes, our church Education Director, writes: I’m writing to offer a special “thank you” to St. Martin’s people for their generous donations of snacks for the teachers and staff at Whitley Road Elementary. As I drove up to the school, everyone stopped what they were doing and smiled. The teachers and staff couldn’t believe […]Continue Reading
The youth in the Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) created a video to describe what they experience at our church. The video is titled “Sanctuary.” A teenager, in a somber mood, goes into church. Her mind is swirling with the distractions and stress that teenagers experience. In prayer, the din of her life quiets and she […]Continue Reading