• Synthesis: a curriculum designed by Trinity, Iowa City for teenagers who had become disenchanted with flashy videos and were hungry for something that taught them a bit more about what it meant to be Christians and Episcopalians.

  • Leader Resources: The Diocese of Iowa pays for a Youth Ministry Membership that all Diocese of Iowa churches can use at NO cost to them. Contact our Youth Missioner to get login information. The membership includes: Journey to Adulthood, Making it Real and Relevant, confirmation curriculums, and much more.

  • Youth Ministry Formation Resources from FORMA

  • Youth Ministry Blog: The blog of the Youth Ministry office of The Episcopal Church. You can also follow news and updates on Facebook and Twitter.

  • Episcopal Youth Event: Since the first EYE in 1982, this popular event has welcomed thousands of young people from across the Episcopal Church for celebration, worship, learning, and leadership training. next Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17) will be held in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma from July 10-14, 2017 on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond.

  • d365: A daily devotional especially for youth and the people who work with them. Also available as an app.

  • Confirm not Conform: From their site - A confirmation program that celebrates questions and choices. Confirm not Conform provides a safe place for people to explore the breadth of the Christian tradition, to ask questions and express their doubts, and to discover what they truly believe.

  • Episcopal Youth in Mission Manual: A valuable resource for planning and leading youth mission trips, pilgrimages, and social action projects.

  • re:form: confirmation and youth formation resources using creative videos from Augsburg Fortress.

  • Diocese of Iowa Youth events: make sure to join our Diocese of Iowa Youth Facebook page and follow us on Instagram. Check the website for a calendar and application for events.

  • Dwelling in the Word: a missional practice of Bible Study that can be used with children through adults.

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