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October 19, 2012
Is your diocese interested in hosting the next Episcopal Youth Event? The next EYE will be held the summer of 2014, hopefully in July. The date will be determined once a location has been selected. A comprehensive report on EYE 2011 can be found here. Minnesota set the bar pretty high for local support, and we are hopeful that dioceses will rise to this level of local support for future...
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February 24, 2011
Registration is now open for the Episcopal Youth Event 2011 (EYE 2011), which a press release calls one of the most popular events in the Episcopal Church calendar. Drawing hundreds of youth from throughout the Episcopal Church, EYE 2011 will be held June 22 - 26 at Bethel University, St. Paul, Minnesota. Registration materials, available in English and Spanish, are here. EYE 2011 is geared for...
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July 15, 2008
Locked arm in arm, row by row, 1,200 Episcopalians swayed to strains of "You are glorious" and "Here am I Lord" late on the evening of July 12 in Laurie Auditorium at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. The scene was the emotional and teary-eyed conclusion to the 2008 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE), which brought together more than 850 high-school-aged young people, along...
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September 1, 2005
A bluegrass concert and a Hip-Hop Eucharist, a cultural carnival and a photo op with Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold were four of the many events that greeted 1,400 high-school-age Episcopalians who traveled to Berea, Ky., for the six-day triennial Episcopal Youth Event. Griswold, who spoke daily to the assembly, said he was touched by the energy, imagination and directness with which the...
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December 1, 2003
Imagine, says Frank Runyeon, that you're in a house church 2,000 years ago in Antioch, waiting to hear the "tax-collector disciple" address your community for the first time. Striding up and down the candle-lit nave, Runyeon introduces members of the congregation -- the businessmen too busy suing one another to help the poor; the grieving mother of a martyred son; the Jewish scribe...
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May 21, 2002
The campus at the University of Wyoming will be transformed for six days in July when 1,400 youth of high school age congregate for the triennial Episcopal Youth Event (EYE). Young people from each of the church's nine provinces, who have worked with adult leaders in planning the event, say it will be a celebration that will inspire in youth a deeper faith in Christ and new commitment to...