Click video screen above to view videos submitted by young adults around the church. Click "Channel" in the lower right corner of video screen to see other videos. More videos are available at the EpiscopalYoungAdults YouTube channel.
God of all creation, as young adults, help us to embrace our true potential in this period of development, discernment, transitions, and creativity. Inspire our communities with your Spirit to open themselves to our leadership and insight, creating safe and challenging spaces for us to live into the full stature of Christ, in whose name we pray. Amen.
Although they’re grouped together, young adults (18 and 30) are often at different life stages. They’re married, partnered, single, with children, divorced, widowed. They leave high school and enter the work force, the military or college. Not every young adult attends college, and many will try it on but leave before completing a degree.
They engage with the world, and many have strong opinions on the war the environment and the institutional church. Many will rally to help a next door neighbor or organize relief efforts for Sudan and Haiti.
They’re asking ‘big questions and dreaming worthy dreams.’ Our opportunity to is to be along side them, accompany, mentor and provide places for leadership development. We’re there to resource those who work with them in the local parish and diocesan contexts. We offer places to go deeper in their faith journey through internships like our partnership with mission personnel in the young adult service corps, short-term internships in partnership with Jubilee centers and Episcopal Migration Ministries and the Episcopal Service Corps, too name a few.
"Will you continue in the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in the prayers? I will, with God’s help." (The Baptismal Covenant, Book of Common Prayer)
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