Trinity Students

Vision/Mission/Values

Vision

Holy Trinity Youth Ministry will be a community of young people who, in response to the abundant grace of God, humbly offer themselves spiritually, intellectually, and materially to advancing the gospel and serving Raleigh and beyond.

Mission

Enabling young people to know God personally and serve Him faithfully in the world.

Values

  • Experience

    • Foster transformative encounters with God

    • Cultivate authentic community

    • Understand Anglicanism

  • Service

    • Serve others locally and globally

  • Mentorship

    • Dynamic interaction with the Holy Scriptures

    • Meaningful intergenerational connections

    • Articulate and defend their Christian Faith

 

This WEeks Programing!

Middle School and High School

In light of the High School Spring Retreat, there will be no foundations or youth group this Sunday (2/17).

Everything resumes as normal February 24!

FOR PARENTS

We take seriously the fact that you are entrusting your teenagers to our care. Our ministry team members have received training and protocols are in place to protect your teenagers. In addition, all of our volunteers are required to undergo a thorough background check. 

If you have any questions about the ministry, feel free to ask the Clergy Associate for Student Ministry or any individual on the Parent Advisory Board. Current Board Members include: Jay Easterling, John Sanders, Rennie Manning, Elizabeth DeLoache, Paul Winter, Rhett Warner and Corey Grabar.

QUESTIONS?

We want to help you or your teenager get connected with Trinity Students! To find out more about Trinity Students, please contact Caleb Burr.

 

Summer Events

The summer offers unique, interrupted space to connect with God and fellow believers in profound ways. Trips and experiences such as these can serve as foundational fence posts in a young person's faith journey.

If you're significantly considering participating in either Camp Booyah, the International Mission Trip, and/or Soul of the City next summer, please RSVP directly to me by December 1. The final deadline for confirmation and payment will be January 15. However, in order to secure a certain amount of spots on each trip, I need to have a general idea of our numbers.

Registration forms, instructions on payment, fundraising tools for the international trip, pre-trip meeting times and logistical details will follow after you RSVP.

 

Camp Booyah

When: June 16-21

Location: Camp Watermarks

Cost: $499*

This is a large, well-established, Anglican camp that draws hundreds of students from around North Carolina and Virginia for a combined camp and missional experience (which counts for service hours) during the summer. We went as a group this past summer, and it was a blast!

 

Family International Mission Trip

When: July 5-12

Location: Panama with Heart's Cry Children's Ministries

Cost: $1000-1200 (including airfare)** 

High school students and their parents have the privilege of serving abandoned and poor children in Central America. Develop friendships, help with site projects, and see how God is moving outside of the United States!

 

Watch what God is doing there...

Soul of the City

When: July 14-19

Location: Raleigh area

Cost: $300*

Middle and high school students, in collaboration with Church of the Apostles, spend the day serving local Raleigh non-profits and spend the night at Church of the Apostles, having fun and learning more about God.

 

*Scholarships are available for these events based on need.

**Part of the process to prepare for this trip is fundraising with family and friends to help cover the costs. All funds raised are tax-deductible.

Rev. Caleb Burr Clergy Associate for Student Ministries

Rev. Caleb Burr
Clergy Associate for Student Ministries

Register now for the Spring Retreats

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It's time to register for our High School and Middle School spring retreats! This year, along with a handful of other churches, we will be joining The Falls Church Anglican's "Breakaway" retreats hosted at Rockbridge Young Life camp. The deadline to register for the high school retreat is February 12 and the deadline for the middle school retreat is February 26.

What are these retreats??

An awesome weekend with hundreds of kids, full of fun (indoor/outdoor games, sweet skits, afternoon free time, energizing speakers) and most importantly, an opportunity for students to grow closer together as a community and with Christ. The purpose of the retreat is two-fold: 1) To encourage students to meet Jesus and give their lives to Him if they have not already done so and 2) For current believers to grow and develop their relationships with Christ and each other. Therefore, all are welcome no matter where they are on their spiritual journey! Click here for a video of last years trip.

Dates and Costs

High School: February 15-18*** and the costs is $299 if you sign up and send in your payment before February 10 and $350 if you register after that date!

***If your student has school on Monday (2/18), there will be a car returning on Sunday (2/17). The plan is to arrive home around 9:30pm on Sunday.

Middle School: March 1-3 and and the costs is $235 if you sign up and send in your payment before February 24 and $270 if you register after that date!

This cost includes transportation, lodging, food, and all activities.

Scholarships (25%, 50%, 75%) are available based on need. Please email Caleb with an explanation for why and what % you need if you have financial need!

Location

Rockbridge Retreat Center: https://rockbridge.younglife.org/Pages/default.aspx


Register by clicking on the link below!!!

https://goo.gl/forms/I8avuTjlpGLUbTOx1


 

2018-2019 Year Calendar

 

To download and print a hard copy of the 2018-2019 calendar, click Here!

Adding Holy Trinity Calendar to your Google calendar:

Options 1:

Click the +GoogleCalendar picture on the bottom right of the calendar above. This action should automatically add it to your calendar.

Option 2:

Open Google Calendar.
Next to "Other calendars" on the left, click the Down arrow Down Arrow.
Select Add by URL.
Enter the calendar's address in the field provided. The address is: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/vktgnlpr5rvf3qokubleqepevs%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics
Click Add Calendar. The calendar will appear on the left side under "Other calendars."

Adding Google Calendar events on Apple calendars:


Apple Calendar on your computer
Note: Make sure you have the latest version of Apple Calendar and the latest Apple operating system on your computer. Learn how to find your Apple computer's operating system or update your computer's operating system.

On your computer, open Calendar Apple Calendar.
In the top left corner of your screen, click Calendar and then Preferences.
Click the Accounts tab.
On the left side of the Accounts tab, click Add Add.
Select Google and then Continue.
To add your Google account information, follow the steps on the screen.
On the Accounts tab, use "Refresh Calendars" to choose how often you want Apple Calendar and Google Calendar to sync.


Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad
You can sync Google Calendar with the Calendar app that comes on your iPhone or iPad.

Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
Tap Calendar.
Tap Accounts.
Tap Add account and then Google.
Enter your email address and then Next.
Enter your password. If you don't have the latest operating system and you use 2-Step Verification, enter an app password instead of your regular password.
Touch Next.
Emails, contacts, and calendar events will now sync directly with your Google Account. To sync only your calendar, turn off the other services.
Open the Calendar app on your iPhone to see your Google Calendar events.