Episcopal Youth Community (EYC)
updated January 2020
The Youth Ministry of St. Luke's has partnered with Trinity Episcopal Church, and the result is so much more than just a “youth group.” We're excited to engage middle/high school students, and their families, in all aspects of church life in addition to providing service projects, programs, and retreats specifically for youth.
EYC is back for 2020-2021!
Calling all youth to join us via Zoom on Sunday, September 13.
Jr. EYC @ 4pm and Sr. EYC @ 5pm.
Zoom details to come this week!
If you have not already done so please fill out our EYC membership form so we can update your details. Even if you are a LONG time member we still need your details. You can access the google form via this link: https://forms.gle/vaPpqVPsKpAcTG5C7
Lastly, a special back to school surprise will be mailed to our youth in the coming weeks. Watch out in the mail for your surprise!
*NEW* We also have a fellowship option for 3rd - 5th grade (Mini EYC).
If you are interested in Mini EYC (we meet once a month), please fill out the following registration form. https://forms.gle/cqWgvsffoRzz54bD8
EYC is back via Zoom for 2020-2021! We commence on Sunday, September 13 for Jr. @ 4pm and Sr. EYC @ 5pm.
3:30pm - 4pm: Mini EYC for 3rd - 5th graders: We now offer a youth group for our younger members in grades 3rd, 4th, and 5th. We will meet once a month for fun, faith, and fellowship.
4pm - 4:30pm: Junior EYC for 6th - 8th graders: Junior EYC will focus on building a welcoming community that has fun exploring our faith through games, projects, and service to others.
5pm - 5:30pm: Senior EYC for 9th–12th graders: Senior EYC will be student-guided with a focus on building relationships and exploring ways to live out our faith through mission and service.
"I come to this role with an excitement to share the inclusive and abundant love of Christ. As a music teacher with 15 years experience, I have led and been an active member of numerous youth groups and community-based choirs. I am looking forward to building relationships with the youth and their families."
Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Julia Golding moved to Louisiana with her family in 2018. She is the wife of Father Chris Golding and mother to Phoebe and James. Contact her by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Youth Director
"A life-long parishioner of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, I am overjoyed to be the Youth Assistant for the St. Luke's Youth Formation. I understand the strong relationships that can be created among children and teenagers in close-knit groups. Assisting in strengthening those relationships with the love and acceptance of Christ is a privilege about which I am most excited."
Olivia Moppert is a kindergarten teacher here in Baton Rouge. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music from LSU and plays the viola. Olivia enjoys spending time with her family and her dog Ollie.