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UPDATE: Students are no longer required to be vaccinated to attend overnight events and retreats. All students must present a negative COVID-19 test before attending.

The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta has created Keep/Watch: Suicide, Christ, and Community. This is a resource to equip people and congregations to practice community-based suicide prevention. This workbook is a resource for anyone who wants to help keep their community safe from suicide. It’s theologically and experientially grounded and informed by peer-reviewed research and evidence-based outcomes. 

We’ve sold out of this resource and are waiting for a new batch of books to be printed and available for online purchase. Sign up here to get an email alert when Keep/Watch is available.

The Diocesan Youth Commission plan and host this retreat in January at Camp Mikell. The purpose of the retreat is to pack the inclusive love of Jesus that kids experience at summer camp into an abbreviated winter camp session. We even have summer staffers back to chaperone the weekend! Join us for a weekend of music, worship, camp activities, a themed dance, and an evening at camp with Bishop Wright. Register here before December 18.

This high school retreat allows students to deepen their awareness of God while building community with their peers. Throughout the weekend, youth on Happening Team lead retreat attendees in camp activities, music, and an exploration of faith. Candidates (attendees) can register for Happening 77 here.

Students who have already attended a Happening weekend are welcome to apply for a position on our Happening Team. This team is in charge of planning and leading the retreat. All Team Members must be able to attend Team Training on Saturday, January 21 at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta. High school students, adults, and college students can apply here for Happening Team (deadline is December 21).

Our New Beginnings retreat is for middle school students (grades 6-8). The weekend allows middle schoolers to experience spiritual formation through games, talks, music, and and building their relationships with leaders and peers. Students and chaperones can register here by February 8, 2023.

This retreat is led by a Team of high school students, adults, and college students. All Team Members must attend Team Training on January 28, 2023 at Saint Anne’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta. Apply here for New Beginnings Team by January 4, 2023.

This retreat is overseen by the New Beginnings Steering Committee. Anyone who has served at New Beginnings as a Team Member and is invested in shaping the vision for this program is invited to apply here for the Steering Committee before November 30.


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