Christ Church, Coronado’s youth group hosted an intergenerational event that was a big hit with the parishioners who attended and the youth who were the organizers. It was called Cell Phone 101. Youth group members were paired with parishioners interested in learning more about technology. The youth showed adults the intricacies of their cell phones, iPads or computers. Their efforts were appreciated by all, especially, for example, by grandparents who now have Facebook pages and Instagram accounts allowing them to better communicate with their grandchildren on the other side of the country thanks to the Christ Church youth who helped them learn more about technology. For more information on hosting this kind of event, please contact Charlette Presler at DRE@christchurchcoronado.org.
As I write, 18 children and one teacher have been reported dead at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas after yet another school shooting. The anguish, trauma, and fear of students, parents, and teachers touched by this violence is unimaginable. Today’s shooting affects young children, who have the right to grow up safe and protected […]
This year, May 30th is our nation’s Memorial Day, it is observed on the last Monday of May, and it honors the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Going back to the Civil War, where nearly 500,000 people died, women in the South tended the graves of fallen soldiers, not […]
This past Sunday, the EDSD Youth Leadership Council gathered at St. Thomas of Canterbury in Temecula. After worship that morning, the council spent time reflecting on their work this year and talking about goals for next year’s council. Elizabeth Sipra, a member of this year’s YLC from St. Thomas, said, “I think that Youth Leadership […]