Thankful for the five sites around our synod who participated in our first ever Stay at Home Mission Trip. We welcomed groups from as far away as New York and as close by as down the street. A great example of how we are moving Forward Together. In Christ. In Community.
Pictures are loaded on the NC Synod Flickr account from YouthQuake 2014. Thank you for joining us and a special thanks to Lutheran Chapel, Gastonia and Holy Trinity, Raleigh for hosting.
Mark your calendars for February 27-March 1st at the Embassy Suites in Greensboro. Our annual Lutheran Youth Organization Assembly for 6-12th graders will feature music by Agape and Rachel Kurtz - back for a repeat performance. Join us! Registration opens December 1st.
Lost and Found - their farewell tour. Join other North Carolina Lutherans at Holy Trinity, Hickory for the only North Carolina appearance on the farewell tour. Lost and Found - January 16, 2015. Be there!! We will be providing free tickets to the first 75 people who sign up beginning December 1st. Watch the e-news for more information. Not receiving the Y&F E-news? Sign up here.
Which of the faith practices will be our focus today, this month, this season? In the midst of all this - thank you for building relationships that last a lifetime. For sharing your stories of faith - youth & adults alike. You are a blessing to our synod.
My commitment to passing on faith includes helping congregations equip families to be places where faith is talked about, shared and deepened. I have the priviledge of spending time with some amazing young people. Our synodical youth events span the ages from 3-12th grade while also including young adults - YARPs (Young Adult Resource Persons) where my goal is to train them to serve our congregations. Read more »
These trainings are available free of charge and best of all - they are online and will be downloadable. Can't beat it.