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All-Faith Youth Group

All-Faith Youth Group

© Kate Davidson

© Kate Davidson

The Shelter Island All-Faith Youth Group is a safe, encouraging place where students are able to come to a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them. The non-denominational organization allows teens to explore their spiritual side and their relationship with God.

They are able to express their feelings and struggles, and feel the compassion and love of their peers and God. 

Led by Brian Knipfing and Kate Davidson, the All-Faith Youth Group is open to all 8th through 12th graders. Weekly meetings take place every Wednesday during the school year from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Camp Quinipet.  

© Kate Davidson

© Kate Davidson

The teens take occasional trips off Shelter Island to the movies, bowling, a Halloween corn maze, ice skating in Greenport and other fun activities. 

Students also serve at the Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper at St. Mary’s, collect food for the Shelter Island Food Pantry and other Island events, as well as participate in mission trips during the summer and retreat programs throughout the year.

Ultimately, the Youth Group is a place of fun, growth, discovery, spirituality, and love.

 

All-Faith Newsletter - Spring 2017 (Download PDF)

2016 Summer Mission Trip

On August 19, 2016, eleven Shelter Island teens, along with leaders Kate Davidson and Bryan Knipfing, set out for Mastic Beach, NY to begin the group’s Summer Mission Trip. 

During the two days of service at the Poospatuck Reservation, the group helped to clear a lot where a new house will be built in the fall. The service work allowed participants to experience first-hand how Long Islanders are still struggling to recover from Hurricane Sandy. 

On the third day, the group stayed at Camp DeWolfe in Wading River to help clear a nature trail around the camp and prepare cabins for a new coat of paint. 

This year’s mission trip was full of hard work, laughter, eye-opening experiences and a chance to help those in need.

For more information, email Bryan Knipfing at shelterislandyg@gmail.com

Summer Mission Trip 2016

Summer Mission Trip 2016

Spring Mission Trip 2017

Spring Mission Trip 2017