Religion and Politics: Why Should Christians Care About Social Justice?

October 11th, 5:30-8:30pm at Mediator, Harbert The Episcopal Church is known for being a strong voice on issues of social justice in the United States and throughout the world, speaking out for the stewardship of creation, the dignity of all human beings, and calling for an end to violence and hateful rhetoric. As we approachContinue reading “Religion and Politics: Why Should Christians Care About Social Justice?”

St. David’s Youth Group Kicks Off

St. David’s Youth Group’s Open House was a heartwarming gathering that brought together young minds, parents and community members in a spirit of camaraderie and shared vision on Saturday, Sept. 16. The gathering, held in the welcoming ambiance of St. David’s Youth Room, was designed to foster community, engage young minds, and introduce parents andContinue reading “St. David’s Youth Group Kicks Off”

Online Youth Confirmation Classes this Fall

Online Youth Confirmation Classes will be happening Sunday afternoons from October through mid-March 2024. Youth entering 7th-12th grades unable to participate in youth-focused confirmation classes in their home congregation are invited to participate in a weekly one-hour online Zoom class every Sunday afternoon from 4 to roughly 5pm beginning October 1st and running through March 17,Continue reading “Online Youth Confirmation Classes this Fall”