Episcopal Youth Project
Trinity and our sister church in Huntington, St. John’s Episcopal Church, have united to create a special program for children ages 10 and up.
It’s called the Episcopal Youth Project (EYP).
We’re focused on building a sense of fellowship within Huntington’s own youth community, and at the same time helping the larger Huntington community through a variety of activities and projects.
Kids join together to:
The EYP meets every Wednesday from 5:47-7:47 p.m.
for dinner and fellowship.
Meetings alternate between Trinity and St. John’s, and recently young people from St. Peter’s have also started attending. We usually have about 25 kids each week.
_We also enjoy_http://www.episcopalchurch.org/page/youth-ministriesbeing together just for fun, with get-togethers like:
EYP is always looking for meaningful projects and volunteers to
make dinner for our weekly meetings. If you’ve got suggestions, or if you’d like to know more about the Episcopal Youth Project, contact
St. John’s at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Trinity’s office
Unique Peterkin Summer Camps for Young People
In the summer months, Peterkin Camp & Conference Center near Romney, WV, holds a series of unique camps for kids, teens, and
young adults that offer traditional summer fun along with an opportunity to explore what it means to be a young person
in the church today.