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Trinity Youth

What Is Trinity Youth?

Trinity is committed to supporting middle and high schoolers in the church as they continue to explore Christianity and mature in their faith. The youth group delves into studying the Bible in small groups, worshipping together, learning about the liturgy of the Anglican church, and building intentional friendships centered around a shared desire to look more like Jesus. There’s a healthy balance of fun too; the youth at Trinity have fun social events throughout the year, including retreats, trips, lunches, and opportunities to serve in Atlanta. The youth groups are parish-specific, with a number of the larger events each year welcoming youth from the East and Westside.

Why Should I Consider Trinity Youth?

Navigating middle and high school is challenging. Just as adults need the teaching, support, and encouragement of peers and pastors to grow in their faith, preteens and teens need this too. Trinity is committed to engaging youth in all aspects of the church: formation, influence, worship, and community, to become more like Christ in each of these areas.

Who Participates in Trinity Youth?

All middle and high schoolers on the East and Westside parishes are welcome.

Where Is Trinity Youth Held?

On the Westside, the Middle School youth group meets on Sunday mornings at the church at 11 am. On the Eastside, the Middle and High School group meets at the church every Wednesday at 7 pm.

When Is Trinity Youth Held?

Weekly meetings (described above), as well as events and retreats, are held throughout the year.

How Do I Get Started?

If you are interested in volunteering with or becoming a part of the Youth group, email Jon-Michael on the Eastside for more information. If you want to volunteer on the Westside fill out the application here.

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