On Sunday mornings we have a variety of offerings for our youth (6th - 12th grade). Our Middle and High School groups meet from 9:15 – 10:15 am. Youth Formation Groups do not meet on the first Sunday of each month, due to the Contemporary Worship Service at the same time.
Baptized students in at least the 8th Grade are invited to participate in Confirmation class. This class typically begins after the new year. We use the "Confirm not Conform" curriculum.
Our Youth Group meets on Sunday evenings and is a place for middle and high schoolers to meet for fellowship, spirituality, and fun.
For information or questions regarding our youth formation, please contact Felicia Cole, Director of Children's and Youth Ministry, at email@example.com.
The EYC (Episcopal Youth Community) is a thriving ministry involving the youth of our parish and community. The path of discipleship in which we follow Jesus is a life-long journey; EYC is a great way to begin or continue on that journey for the youth of St. Francis.
The EYC is a group with a strong sense of community, a heart for service, and a place for fun to be had by all. Everyone is welcome and hospitality towards guests and new members is something we value greatly. Our time together is often spent deepening our faith, serving others, and spending time in Christian fellowship. We generally meet Sunday evenings during the fall and spring semesters at St. Mike’s (a building on our campus).
Please check our calendar for the most up to date events.
Our regular meetings run from 5:30pm-7:00pm, with dinner served (provided by parents and church members).
6th - 8th Grade
9:15am Christian Formation Hour
Using a curriculum developed by the Virginia Theological Seminary, students have the opportunity to explore their faith and connect with Holy Scripture in a fun and exciting way. Breakfast is typically served!
This class meets in St. Mike's house each Sunday September-May, except for the first Sunday of the month.
9th - 12th Grade
Cornerstone is based on a curriculum developed by Virginia Theological Seminary, and encourages leadership and youth participation. Guided by adult facilitators, students plan and lead interactive lessons on relevant issues in our society today, through the lens of our faith. Breakfast is typically served!
This class meets in the Cornerstone Classroom in our Day School Wing each Sunday September-May, except for the first Sunday of the month.
Check back soon for information on our 2021 Confirmation Class!
M-F | 9:00am - 2:00pm