Mike Holt at Calvary, Concord has started a college student devotion time using Google Hangouts. Once a week they gather online to check-in, pray and share a short devotional time.
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 is now live!
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.