To sign up for our family ministries newsletters, contact Kate Akerman, Family Ministry Coordinator at email@example.com
Family Ministries Newsletters
Weekly messages from Mother Morgan
Telling the Truth Starts with You
Conversations about race are happening everywhere, and by now, I'm sure that you have had some interesting conversations at your house too. Intentionally talking to kids about race is important, but you've probably figured out that having these conversations with kids of different ages can be a challenge. Read more by clicking here
Courage Over Comfort
If there could be a theme to the conversations I've had with people this week, it's that talking about race is uncomfortable. For everyone. And we are discovering that as a community and as a people of faith, that if we are truly committed to racial justice (especially those of us who are white), we cannot be deterred by fear, guilt, or plain old awkwardness. Read more by clicking here
Fellowship in Faith
Sundays, 10:00am to 11:00am
One link brings us all together for gathering time before we break out into our age-based groups. Fellowship in Faith is open for children 18 months- 5th grade.
Log in Sunday mornings 10:00am to 11:00am for music, prayer, and formation activities. Zoom links are shared in your Fellowship in Faith: Online group on Realm.
Contact Kate Akerman, our Family Ministries Coordinator, with any questions or to register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fourth Sunday of the month, 1pm to 2pm, beginning September 27, 2020
Contact Kate to join: email@example.com
Young people in grades 6 through 12 are invited to join Cathedral Youth Group. This year’s activities will vary from socially distanced gatherings on the cathedral close to Zoom and other virtual events. Join us as we explore what it means to be young Christians through fellowship, games, bible study, and service.
Our Zoom kick off for youth and parents will be Sunday September 27th at 1:00pm. Be on the lookout for an email with details and links coming soon.
Confirmation is an important milestone in our spiritual lives as followers of Jesus Christ in The Episcopal Church. Young adults ages 13-16 are encouraged to discern their readiness for engaging the Catechumenate, a year-long engagement with Holy Scripture and the Episcopal tradition through study, prayer, and fellowship.
Young adults interested in applying for entrance to the Catechumenate are invited to write a formal letter of intention and to schedule a meeting with clergy as well as parents to discuss the process.
To begin the process of discerning for the Catechumenate, please contact Rev. Morgan Mercer Ladd at firstname.lastname@example.org.