MeckMIN is excited to update you about our upcoming interfaith youth activities and cordially invite your participation! We continue to have regular activities for middle and high school youth, both Covid-safe, in-person service activities and "get to know you" Zoom gatherings.
If you have friends/colleagues who work with youth as staff or as volunteers, please share this information. We would very much like to expand our interfaith youth network!
Youth Leaders Meeting (ZOOM) Monday, March 15, 4pm to 5pm
This meeting is open to all youth leaders in Mecklenburg County who are interested in interfaith opportunities. Help us to build bridges! REGISTER HERE!
We are obviously paying close attention to the pandemic and we believe we'll be able to safely offer some version of the experience this July 15-18, 2021.
Every year during the month of July, we hold our interfaith summer camp experience for high-school aged youth in Mecklenburg County. The purpose of the camp is to bring youth together from different faiths, races and socioeconomic backgrounds to learn more about each other’s faith traditions and to serve area residents in need.
Participants visit various social agencies, travel by city bus, visit different houses of faith for worship services and develop their own interfaith service on the last evening of the program. Attendees are eligible to join the MeckMIN youth council.
Join us as we work on service projects with organizations across the county, attend worship services at different houses of faith, build relationships and so much more!