St. Aidan Youth
About St. Aidan Youth
Taking God seriously means studying Scriptures, learning to pray, challenging ourselves and each other to follow Jesus.
Taking each other seriously means learning to appreciate who each other are, and how we can support each other. We're a community of young people who seek to love and serve each other.
Taking our tradition seriously means asking questions like, "What does it mean to be Anglican?" "What is liturgy, and how can it help me to grow?" "What do we do with things like feast days, saints, and the Church Calendar?"
If you're in grade 6-12, join us Tuesdays, 6-8pm at St. Aidan Anglican Church (September to June) for food, activities, Bible study, and prayer as we explore our faith together.
Shelby Peifer (Assistant to the Youth Minister)
- Tuesday 2 May 2017 By Luke Johnson The final leg of our youth group year is about to begin. It's time to kick back and enjoy the approach of summer to...
- Monday 28 Nov 2016 By Luke Johnson An Advent practice to celebrate with your family.
- Monday 12 Sep 2016 By Luke Johnson Hi everyone, We won't meet for youth group this week because we are preparing for our Fall Youth Retreat. It's finally here! Fall Youth Retreat 2016! Departure - Meet at the Husky station in Caronport on Friday at 4:00pm (4:30 departur...
19 Jun 2014
By Luke Johnson
Since the fall of 2012 I've been youth minister at St. Aidan Anglican Church. I haven't studied youth ministry formally — my background is in biblical s...
- Wednesday 11 Jun 2014 By Luke Johnson Tonight ended the last regular night of the youth ministry season. The commotion of the night is so familiar — just before 6:00, I hear the rapid thunder of feet down the stairs to the youth room. There are happy explosions of "LJ! Guess what?!", o...
- Friday 11 Apr 2014 By Luke Johnson We had a rich time together at Echo Lake Bible Camp for our spring retreat. Josh Knowles spoke inspiringly to us on taking on the attitude of Jesus (from Philippians 2:1-11), and on humility and contentment as part of cross-shaped living. Carla Hoffm...
- Monday 3 Mar 2014 By Luke Johnson I am a liturgically-rehabilitated Evangelical nomad who has found a permanent home in the Anglican Church. I grew up as a church kid, involved in scores of ministries, and a youth group faithful. When I was in college, I volunteered for almost 4 year...