Meet the EYE 2014 Mission Planning Team

eye_logoIt is with deep gratitude and eager anticipation that I would like to announce the names of those who have been discerned to serve as youth and adult members of the 2014 Episcopal Youth Event Mission Planning Team. Please hold up the following team members in your prayers as they embark upon the task of bringing EYE14 to Philadelphia July 9-13, 2014:

Youth

  • Thomas Alexander, Diocese of Arkansas, Province 7
  • Wilfreddy Carmona, Diocese of the Dominican Republic, Province 9
  • Madeline Carroll, Diocese of Milwaukee, Province 5
  • Whitney Chapman, Diocese of West Virginia, Province 3
  • Ariana Gonzalez-Bonillas, Diocese of Arizona, Province 8
  • Lillian Hardaway, Diocese of Upper South Carolina, Province 4
  • Angela Hudnell, Diocese of Ohio, Province 5
  • Cydney Jackson, Diocese of San Diego, Province 8
  • Casey Nakamura, Diocese of Hawaii, Province 8
  • Joseph Prickett, Diocese of Nebraska, Province 6
  • Justin Thao, Diocese of Minnesota, Province 6
  • Hauseng Vang, Diocese of Minnesota, Province 6
  • Roger Villatoro, Diocese of  SouthEast Florida, Province 4
  • Rosanna Vizcaino, Diocese of the Dominican Republic, Province 9

Adults

  • Arlette Benoit, Diocese of Atlanta, Province 4
  • Vincent Black, Diocese of Ohio, Province 5
  • Randy Callender, Diocese of Maryland, Province 3
  • Cookie Cantwell, Diocese of East Carolina, Province 4
  • Earl Gibson, Diocese of Los Angeles, canonically resident in Diocese of Arizona, Province 8
  • Andrew Kellner, Diocese of Pennsylvania, Province 3
  • Shannon Kelly, Diocese of Southern Ohio, canonically resident in Diocese of Milwaukee, Province 5
  • Abigail Moon, Diocese of Florida, Province 4

Over 70 youth and over 25 adults took the faithful and vulnerable step to offer themselves for this service.

The discernment was difficult and rich and called the Youth Ministry Council to dig deep and pray faithfully.

It is our belief that this team represents a depth of leadership that the event requires, as well as the diversity of the church that Jesus calls us to embrace as leaders.

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