Youth Formation

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Youth Formation

The goal of the youth program is to incorporate teens in to a sacred community of radical acceptance, allowing them the space to figure out who they are, what gifts they have to offer, and how they can offer those gifts. They are able to make a deeper connection to the presence of God so that they may become co-creators with God in the world.

Episcopal Youth Community (EYC)

Mission Statement
“To know Christ and to make him known, through an inward
journey of faith and an outward journey of service,
giving thanks to God in all things.”

For Youth in 6th through 12th Grade
Tweens EYC: 6th grade
Junior High EYC: 7th and 8th grades
Senior High EYC: 9th through 12th grades

EYC: It's great to be together again! Sign up for our In Person Small Group EYC meeting by clicking the below link. We are so excited to see you! 

Click here for the Sign Up Genius to register

Covid has created a temporary adjustment to EYC. Please read the EYC newsletter for upcoming events, as meeting times and locations can change or be cancelled. Until Stage 3, with a vaccine available, we will remain in this limbo. Until then, we intend to have Sunday meetings from 5:30 to 6:30, but, again, that may change at any time. For all events, youth must wear masks and remain 6ft away from other youth.

What We Do During the School Year

  • Sunday Night EYC Meetings: We meet 5:30–7 p.m. in the Youth House for an activity, followed by a fellowship dinner.
  • Weekend Youth Retreats: Twice a year we head out for a weekend of outdoor activities, building bonds, and organic worship and fellowship opportunities.
  • Worship Ministry Milestones: Rite 13, Confirmation and Youth Sunday 

What We Do in the Summer

  • Pilgrimage — for spiritual growth and self discovery for youth in 11th and 12th grade, held in June.
  • Glory Ridge Mission Trip— serving the people of Madison County through community outreach construction projects for youth who have completed their 9th grade year through 12th grade. Held in July.
  • Summer Outreach Adventure— serving our Greensboro community with outreach projects in the morning, followed by afternoon adventures for youth 6th through 8th grades. Held in August.

Examples of Our Volunteer Work
Burrito Bikers, Hot Dish & Hope, Pathways Family Shelter, Corn Hole for Coats & Cans, Thanksgiving in the Bag, Servant Farm, Crayons Matter, Out of the Garden, Peacehaven, Food Pantry Scavenger Hunt, Wheels for Hope, Crop Walk, and much more!

Social Media
Web: www.holytrinityeyc.com             
Instagram: htegsoeyc
FB: Holy Trinity EYC Greensboro        
Twitter: @EycHoly
EYC eNewsletter                                       
Holy Trinity ePistle

All young people at Holy Trinity (and their friends) are welcome to join the EYC. There are groups for Tweens (sixth grade); Jr. EYC (seventh and eighth grades) and Sr. EYC (ninth through 12th grades). These groups meet on Sunday evenings, 5:30 - 7 p.m., in the Youth House for dinner, fellowship, and fun. There are occasional retreats, day and overnight trips, and special events. For more information, contact Meredith Scott at 336-272-6149 ext. 237 or