EYC Feature Image.jpg

EYC (A Sunday Evening Thing)

Episcopal Youth Community meets on Sunday afternoon/evening beginning with Middle School at 4:30pm and High School at 5:30pm.

EYC logo.png

Who We Are

Learn more about who we are and what we are all about at the St. Lukeโ€™s on the Lake Youth Ministry.

Sunday School(2).png


For youth, we have three classes on Sunday mornings at 10:15-11:10am



Kelsey Cooper

Director of Youth Ministries

The Boss!!



Volunteers in Youth Ministries โ€“ We canโ€™t run Youth Ministries without the support of adult volunteers who โ€œgetโ€ youth. If you're feeling called towards Youth Ministry, or just want to know what it looks like to volunteer with our youth program, contact Kelsey Cooper.

Required Trainings

Safeguarding Godโ€™s Children โ€“ This program insures that our children, youth, and adults are aware of and protected from abuse. All volunteers and staff are required to take 2 hours of training on this topic and have a current background check on file with the church in order to serve in children or youth programs.

With questions, comments, or concerns, or to volunteer to serve with our youth, please contact our Director of Youth Ministries, Kelsey Cooper at 512-266-2455 or email here.


Sunday Afternoon/Evenings

Pray and LEarn

Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) โ€“ We are the community in the church for 6th-12th graders and the adults that volunteer their time and love for these great kids. We learn how Christ can be a part of our lives and how we can share that with those around us. We talk about the realities of our lives: going to school, tensions with our families, our relationships with our friends, and how our faith plays into all of that and more. We usually meet on Sundays for 6th-8th grades at 4:30-5:30pm, for 9th-12th grades at 6:30-7:30pm, with dinner for both groups 5:30-6:30pm.


Mission Trips โ€“ These are the journeys we take together to do the work that God has for us. Every summer our Middle School and High School groups go out with a heart ready for service, dedicated to reaching out to those in the communities that we travel to. It is a time of works, fun, spiritual highs, and group bonding like no other. The memories from these trips are shared for years after, the impact on someone elseโ€™s life may last even longer.


Sunday Mornings


Christian Formation for Youth 6th-12th Grade โ€“ Our amazing Sunday School volunteers use engaging lessons to help our youth learn how to apply Biblical truths to their own lives in the 21st century. For youth, we have three classes on Sunday mornings at 10:15-11:00am:

  • Middle School (6th/7th grades): Lectionary Learnings

  • Faith Discovery: Youth Confirmation Preparation

  • High School (9th - 12th grades): Lectionary Studies


The Acolyte Ministry provides support for our worship services. Youth carry the crosses, candles, and flags so important in our worship tradition. They also help the priests at the altar. Kym Hall is our Acolyte Director, contact her here.