Leadership

  • Rev. Cn. Sara D’Angio White is the Canon for Youth Ministry.
  • Bishop Thomas Brown leads and guides the Episcopal Diocese of Maine that we’re part of.
  • Emily Keniston serves as the Director of Faith Formation.
  • Leadership at Youth Events is led by volunteers, including youth, clergy, and other adults from all over Maine.

National Events

E.Y.E. – Episcopal Youth Event

E.Y.E. happens every three years. COVID-19 delayed the last gathering. Stay tuned for future information and registration.

  • 2017 – Twelve teens and three adults were our delegation in 2017 at the University of Oklahoma.
  • 2014 – Reps in Philadelphia: Kate Rogers (Trinity, Portland), Anna Foster (Cathedral), Tim DiNinno (St. Alban’s, Cape Elizabeth), Devon Hall (Christ Church, Gardiner), Jordan Roubinek (St. Thomas, Camden), Cedric Hipkins (St. Paul, Brunswick), Pamela Lobor (Trinity, Portland), CJ Wallace (St. Ann, Windham), Wayne Franklin (adult from St. Peter, Portland), Mary Linneman (adult from the Cathedral)
  • 2011 – Reps in Minnesota: Michael Frazier (St. Paul’s, Brunswick), Connor Durgin (Good Shepherd, Rangeley), Jane Hartwell

General Convention Youth Presence

  • Anna Foster (St. Luke’s Cathedral) was one of 18 high schoolers selected nationwide in 2015.

Young Adult Service Corps (YASC)

  • Kirsten Lowell (St. Ann’s, Windham) – 2014/2015 in Uruguay

Delegation to 2015 Miqra event in Kentucky

  • Ally Smith (St. Ann’s, Windham), Ryan Corum (adult), Kim Wallace (adult from St. Ann’s, Windham), Ally Collins (St. Paul’s, Brunswick).

Host Churches

Episcopal Maine Youth is extremely grateful to all of the Support Partner Churches which rearranged their Sunday service one weekend so that a diocesan youth event could happen at their church. They are: Christ Church in Gardiner (REACH 2018 and 10 other events), Grace Church in Bath (Called to Serve 2018 and 6 past events), St. Matthew’s in Lisbon (9 years); Trinity Church in Portland (13 years) , St. Mark’s in Augusta, St. Giles in Jefferson, St. Anne’s in Calais, St. Philip’s in Wiscasset, and St. Saviour’s in Bar Harbor.

Also thanks to host churches: St. John’s in Bangor (Awakening 2009, CrossWalk 2010 and Journey 2011), St. Paul’s in Brunswick (Winter Middle School Events in 2007, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017); St. Luke’s Cathedral (Pathways to Peace 2017, Fall Middle School Events in 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015; Miqra 2016; Young Adult Events 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016) and St. Anne’s in Windham (Middle School Event in 2012, Miqra 2015).

Your extraordinary generosity has demonstrated to teenagers the meaning of Christian hospitality. Teens are amazed at what you do!