Youth Ministries

Summer Camp 2019
When:  June 16-22, 2019

Where:  Camp Alexander Mack

The Diocese of Northern Indiana Summer Camp is offered for kids entering 3rd-9th grade in the upcoming school year. It is held at Camp Alexander Mack in Milford, IN on the shores of Lake Waubee. Each year the planning team designs a special curriculum centered around a theme intertwining biblical teachings and modern day experiences.

Have an idea for a camp theme? Interested in more details?  Email us at episcopalcamp@gmail.com or check out our website.

 Campers, counselors, and staff from the 2017 Tree of Life Camp.

Campers, counselors, and staff from the 2017 Tree of Life Camp.

Jr/Sr High Ministries

The Mission of Sr High Ministries is to create a connection with Jesus Christ through fellowship, worship & ministry.
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When:  June 10-16, 2018
Where:  NorthWest Indiana

Contact Carol Bianchini
at cjbianchini@comcast.net
or 574.551.3087
for more details.

 Sr. High Missioners & Staff - Mission Week 2017

Sr. High Missioners & Staff - Mission Week 2017


 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) - Edmond, OK

2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) - Edmond, OK

The Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) is a conference that is held every three years for teens from all over the country.  During EYE the teens experience worship, workshops, activities, and various events that help to develop leadership skills.  EYE 2017 was held at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK.  Our Diocese sent seven Sr. High Youth and two adults.

Camp New Happenings 2018
When:  July 22-28, 2018

Where:  Camp Alexander Mack

 Campers, counselors, and staff from Camp New Happenings.

Campers, counselors, and staff from Camp New Happenings.

New Happenings Ministry hosts a Christian summer camp for children ages 8-11 who have experienced parental incarceration. Together we can:

  • Remove the isolation of poverty.

  • Break the pipeline to prison cycle.

  • Create a space that promotes education, spiritual, physical, and emotional development in the context of community.

 

Contact Mother Tina Velthuizen
at teunisje@aol.com
or 574.210.2662
for more details.

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