Welcome to Youth Ministry at Church of the Holy Communion -- all are welcome!


Youth Offerings:

Sunday Formation - 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. in the youth suite (1st floor) 

EYC (Episcopal Youth Community) - EYC at Holy Communion welcomes all young people grades 6-12 into community on Sunday evenings for fellowship, worship, and prayer. 

Pre-YC -  is a program designed to welcome and introduce younger youth to the Episcopal Youth Community (EYC). All youth in grades 4 and 5 are invited to come see what it's like to be part of this excellent program as we build community through fellowship and fun!  This group meets one Sunday afternoon a month during the school year.  Check the events calendar for more information.

Wednesday Night Youth Group - Dinner in the Parish Hall 5:15 - 6:00 p.m., youth group and compline in the youth suite, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 

Middle School Bible Study - Wednesdays 6:45 - 7:30 a.m. in the youth suite


Foundations for the Holy Communion youth group

At Holy Communion Episcopal youth community, we are a community of diverse young people who gather together in fellowship for fun, support, nurture, and prayer.

We believe in Trust, respecting one another, and modeling a safe community in which we can speak our truth in love, even when that is difficult.

We believe in Love, living as a community, practicing radical acceptance, looking for the image of God in each person’s authentic and unique gifts, and being willing to be our true selves.

We believe in Service, dedicated to bearing sacrificial love to others through our actions, attitudes, values, and lifestyle.

We believe that God intended for us to be here together, right here, right now, following the way of the Lord.


CHC EYC prayer

Gracious God, your presence fills this place with love. Thank you for the gift of this community, a sacred space full of friends who gather as family in your name. Help us to be there for each other in times of joy and sorrow. May we always remember to look for what is beautiful and to recognize that beauty within ourselves. Let your grace be with us here and in the world around us.