All are welcome as they are. Faith, like life, is not a straight line and so there are no expectations or requirements. Instead, we believe that the best way to express the God who is love to youth is to welcome them as Jesus did: unconditionally. If you, or your son or daughter, is looking to find community where they can authentically be themselves or awaken a deeper spirituality, we invite you to “come and see” (John 1:39) what we’re all about.
St. Mark’s Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) is home base for 7-12th graders. It’s not a meeting or a place; it’s a community.
There are a number of other ways in which youth can get involved and be a part of the EYC.
• Sunday night youth group
• Charity and service projects
• Opportunities to participate in worship as acolytes and lectors (readers)
• Summer mission trips
• Youth Philanthropy Guild (YPG)
• Trips that deepen faith, such as visiting the Taizé community in France.
For more information on our various offerings, see the menu on the left.
Questions? Please contact Cyra Borsy, Director of Youth Ministry, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 203.966.4515 x 117.