Youth in The Episcopal Church in South Carolina
Provincial Youth Event 2018
Applications are now being accepted for high school students who want to participate in PYE 2018: For Peace in Atlanta, Georgia from July 25-28, 2018. This missional experience for teenagers will bring the province together to serve communities in Atlanta. The Episcopal Church in South Carolina can take up to 5 youth and 2 adult chaperones. Applications are due to Andrea McKellar by March 15.
Cost is $175 including meals, transportation and lodging. Scholarships are available.
Information sheet and registration form
Thank you to everyone that helped make the 2018 Bishop's Lock-in a success! We hope to see you there again next year!
Thinking about summer camp?
Since 1931, Camp Kanuga campers have been forming lifelong friendships, experiencing new adventures and growing in their faith through our welcoming Christian community. Camp Kanuga has rich traditions and exciting new programs that encourage transformation, growth, and renewal for all. The camp serves boys and girls ages 7-15 in age appropriate activities including; hiking, climbing, swimming, arts & crafts, archery, horseback riding, chapel, ropes course, team sports, camping, fishing and much more. For more information please visit www.campkanuga.org or call 828-692-9136, ext. 279.
Camp Gravatt is an Episcopal camp and conference center, located outside of Aiken, South Carolina, offers a summer camp for rising first through 11th graders.
Typical summer camp actiivies include: archery, arts & crafts, campfire, canoeing, challenge course, environmental education, faith formation, hiking, music, recreational sports, swimming, themed evening events, and worship. For more information, please visit www.campgravatt.org.
Province IV Youth Ministries
The Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Florida hosted the Province IV Youth Ministries Leadership and Network Meeting at DaySpring Conference Center on November 30 - December 3, 2017. The meeting brings youth and adult leaders from across the southeast together to share experiences, support each other’s ministries, and plan future events.
The group of over 50 youth and adult leaders arrived on Thursday night with much enthusiasm. They shared stories of their challenges and successes, played games, did teambuilding exercises, and worshiped together.
South Carolina was represented at the meeting by Andrea McKellar, Christian Basel, and youth participants Robert Hart, Michael Hart, and Lilly Tipton of Grace. All of them are looking forward to partnering with The Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina on youth events such as "Happening" in March, and other Province IV youth events this summer. (Learn more about these events on this page.)