Youth Sunday is always filled with high anticipation. When working with children and youth, one never knows exactly what is going to happen.
Our churches can, and must, be spaces where children are seen, heard, known, and loved for exactly who they are.
The season of Lent is a gently shifting lens at Saint Michael’s.
Early on in my church ministry, I received the book Sticky Faith from a parishioner
This summer, I have learned a lot about how to hold contrasting feelings: joy and sadness, excitement and anxiety, even fear and courage.
Summer in youth ministry is filled with opportunities that arise with the relaxation of schedules and routines.
I wonder: Who is Jesus to you?
What’s a good way to handle some tough topics in your youth group or Sunday School?
What’s your new year looking like? For one church, it’s a return to the physical building. Here’s how youth minister Miriam McKenney created a plan for maximum safety and fun in a big pop-up tent.
Part of my scope of work at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal as Director of Christian Education is attending committee meetings — a lot of meetings!