6th-12th Grade; Location: Red Room, Youth Space
Taught by Youth Formation Director, Amzie Williams, and assisted by Associate, Addison Combs.
Rite 13 is a curriculum from Journey to Adulthood, an Episcopal youth formation series. The Rite-13 program assists young people as they begin to take the first steps of independence from their families into their own lives. The class creates a safe haven in which to explore new ideas, new interests, and new abilities.
Time: Wednesday mornings, 6:45-7:45 am
Location: The Red Room, Grace St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Leaders: Youth Formation Associates and Intern
This Wednesday morning Bible study has quickly become a favorite for our Middle School students; we will meet from 6:45-7:45 am to explore the Gospel for the week and its relevance to our lives. Chick-fil-a breakfast is provided and all are welcome, regardless of church or school attendance (early pick-up is available for non-GSL students).
A native of Atlanta, 2015 undergraduate alumna of Auburn University, and 2018 master’s alumna of the University of Florida at Gainesville, Addison has been a Leadership Coach for Teach for America in Memphis since May 2018. Addison’s full-time work follows a Teach for America 2015-2017 assignment in Shelby County Schools. Based on wide-ranging experience with children and youth in church and camp communities from her high school through college years, Addison brings a broad perspective and energy to spiritual formation for teens. Addison was confirmed in the United Methodist tradition, has worshipped at GSL before, and looks forward to even more time here. She will spend most Sundays, Wednesdays, and other occasions at GSL.
Contact: acombs [at] gracestlukes [dot] org