Youth ministry in the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth seeks to connect directly with the youth of the diocese for fellowship and diocesan-wide events. We also seek to be a resource for youth workers, lay or ordained, volunteer or paid, throughout the diocese. We work to provide a safe church environment for all youth and adults throughout the diocese.

Youth ministry in the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth strives to live up to the diocesan stated commitments to transparency and hospitality. We believe that youth ministry is vital to the present and future spiritual health of youth, adults, and the diocese. It is this belief that undergirds our work.

Youth Ministry members are the Rev. Amy Haynie, the Rev. Andrew Wright, the Rev. Tracie Middleton, the Rev. Jordan Haynie Ware, the Rev. Andrew Benko, Brother David Baggett, Mrs. Corrie Cabes, the Rev. Melanie Barnett Wright, the Rev. Bill Stanford, and the Rev. Curt Norman. We meet on an as-needed basis. If you have an interest in youth ministry, please contact the Rev. Amy Haynie at amy.haynie@edfw.org.


News and Stories from Youth Ministry

Youth & Reimagining Our Church

The youth of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth will have significant roles in when Episcopal Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori and House of Deputies President Gay Jennings visit the diocese on February 8, 2014. Lunch and conversation All youth … Continue reading

Episcopal Youth Event Registration is Open

Episcopal Youth Event is July 9-13 at Villanova University outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Registration is open until March 15, 2014.  The approximate cost will be about $800 per person, with congregations expected to help each participant fund raise at least … Continue reading

Youth presence at presiding bishop’s visit

The the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, presiding bishop of The Episcopal Church, will visit the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth on February 8, 2014. She would like to meet face-to-face with the youth of the diocese to discuss Reimagining the Episcopal … Continue reading