A place for youth, parents and leaders to stay connected with the youth ministry of Cathedral of Hope Dallas! We are a Christian ministry that reaches out to gay, lesbian, transgender, bi-sexual, queer and straight teens in our community.
CoH Youth grow, connect and serve together with extravagant grace, radical inclusion and relentless compassion. As a ministry of Cathedral of Hope, United Church of Christ, located in Dallas, TX. we are a Vibrant, Inclusive, and Progressive congregation. We believe that God is still speaking, and that God's love is abundant and welcoming of all of God's creation. No matter who you are, or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here. For more information, please feel free to send us a message or to give us a call.
Mission: We Grow together through God’s grace as we search for understanding and believe there is more value in questioning than in memorizing absolutes. We Connect with each other and all youth through fellowship and radical inclusion. We stand together and believe that all Youth deserve to be treated with respect, integrity, compassion and equality. We Serve others through mission trips and community outreach programs. We believe that Jesus was the incarnation of God’s grace. We know that the way we behave toward one another is the fullest expression of our beliefs.
[04/05/20] CoH Youth parents: we are still having youth group every Sunday at 10am online on Zoom. Please know that we miss you all and hope you are staying safe and well. Contact Alan Miles for login information. Please give your youth hugs and let them know we miss them and are still here for them! Have a very blessed and safe Holy Week! #CoHDallas #CoHYouth
[03/23/20] Join us Sundays and Thursdays at 10 AM for youth group on Zoom. Send us a message, and we can send you the details!
COH Youth for March 08, 2020 - https://mailchi.mp/73f0ce914476/coh-youth-for-september-01-1349288
COH Youth for March 01, 2020 - https://mailchi.mp/a52a0e003782/coh-youth-for-september-01-1346164
Thanks to our amazing and generous congregants for your support of CoHYouth. #CoHYouth #CoHDallas
COH Youth for February 09, 2020 - https://mailchi.mp/588b32c2fc5b/coh-youth-for-september-01-1342604
COH Youth for February 09, 2020 - https://mailchi.mp/2bc4c2a2e252/coh-youth-for-september-01-1337052
Young people are opening hearts and changing minds! ❣️🏳️⚧❣️
pride.com "All my teachers and fellow students have been so supportive of me ever since I came out," he said.
COH Youth for February 09, 2020 - https://mailchi.mp/7714919848c2/coh-youth-for-september-01-1335860
COH Youth for February 02, 20202 - https://mailchi.mp/3ae3e634bf57/coh-youth-for-september-01-1330808
COH Youth for January 26, 2020 - https://mailchi.mp/787da21b5cf7/coh-youth-for-september-01-1328684
COH Youth for January 12, 2020 - https://mailchi.mp/6c2aa9efcf1f/coh-youth-for-september-01-1319976
COH Youth for January 5, 2020 - https://mailchi.mp/ea803c16cdfc/coh-youth-for-september-01-1317936
COH Youth for December 22, 2019 - https://mailchi.mp/b838a9287734/coh-youth-for-september-01-1310568
COH Youth for December 8, 2019 - https://mailchi.mp/83b2ae9b2aa7/coh-youth-for-september-01-1307320
nbcnews.com "We are in the beginning of a mass extinction, and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you!" the 16-year-old climate activist said at the UN in September.
[12/04/19] Today is International Day of Disabled Persons! Be your authentic self! #internationaldisabilityday #internationaldayofdisabledpersons
This is what a superhero looks like. ⚡️
washingtonpost.com Twice a month, he goes to domestic violence shelters, transitional housing and McPherson Square in D.C. to pass out goodies. He also makes wedding, birthday and graduation cakes.
The BULLY Project
Meet Lily, the eighth-grade baker who's raising money to help improve the lives of #queer people in Minnesota! 🍰🎂🏳️🌈 Learn more about It Gets Batter: https:...
You are beautiful. Just the way God created you.
#breathebeauty I conducted an independent project, which evidently turned into a social experiment halfway through, regarding beauty at my performing arts hi...
Please join us in congratulating Alan Miles as he receives his Masters of Divinity. 🎉🎉🎉 #CoHYouth #CoHDallas
Reminder: Don't give people behind social media too much power. Just be your wonderful self!
A daredevil photographer, an aspiring swimsuit model, and a midwest girl next door are all looking for the same things from their Instagram account–a little…
outsports.com A profile of gay college football player Jake Bain shows how important visibility is in sports.
Each day nine people are killed by distracted driving, leaving their stories unfinished. We honor Phil by bringing his unfinished story to life through imagi...
Because of you, someone’s entire day, year, and life can change. The way you treat somebody can have a big impact. Whether it’s standing up for someone when ...
Because of you, someone's entire life can change.
What would someone write about you in your yearbook? The way you treat somebody can have a big impact on their day, year, even their life. Whether it’s stand...
Know that you can always make a difference in the world by your actions.
She's already stopped six suicides so far...
Proud of "Desmond is Amazing"! "Be yourself always no matter what anyones says...and then tell the haters to pay no mind!"
“Desmond is Amazing” wants his fellow drag kids to know they’re not alone.
The Trevor Project
Happy Harvey Milk Day! Today we celebrate and honor his contributions to the LGBTQ movement and continue to work to make the world better for everyone.
While it may seem that “He” and “She” are the only options when it comes to pronouns, the truth is that English has more options than these two gendered identifiers. In fact, the non-gendered singular “they” goes back to Shakespeare and is already common in everyday usage. So why is everyone getting so upset about people choosing how to identify themselves?
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Make Up By: Delina Medhin (www.instagram.com/delinamedhin)
GFX By: Matthew Rainkin & Sarah Van Hoove
Editing By: Linda Huang
Want to learn more about what it means to be transgender and how allies can take a stand for trans rights? http://www.lookdifferent.org/trans.
Samira Wiley has a message for LGBTQ youth: "We need you, regardless of the message that you’re receiving somewhere else. Not only are you O.K., you’re fine, but you’re valuable to the global conversation.”
nytimes.com The actress and activist spoke about her experience as a lesbian and a woman of color in the entertainment industry in an interview with Jazmine Hughes of The New York Times.
washingtonpost.com The Florida teens pressuring elected officials for gun control after a mass shooting that killed 17 people at their high school are following in the footsteps of the hundreds of kids in Birmingham, Ala., who risked their lives to protest segregation in 1963.
Olympian Adam Rippon received the HRC Visibility Award at the 2018 HRC Los Angeles Dinner and had a powerful message for the LGBTQ community, particularly LGBTQ youth.
Check out his full remarks here: https://youtu.be/yFN5YINmI5w
Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy shares where he found the confidence to come out and who was the first to know.
Watch more Coming Out Stories via PeopleTV: https://people.tv/2IaSGNe
We do need gun control. But we also need more love.
msnbc.com MSNBC's Katy Tur interviews Aaron Stark, who says he could have been a school shooter in 1996 if he had access to guns.
"Our love of neighbor, our love of children and our commitment to a just world for all are lived out in our work to prevent gun violence. The courageous voices of the students from Parkland and around the country remind us: words are not enough."
[11/02/17] This week: We participate in worship on this All Saints Sunday, where we corporately remember the people who have built our faith. We participate in corporate worship this Sunday because it is important for our youth to experience the life of the church in its sacred and important moments and this is one of them. We must take time to remember and give thanks for the faith builders who have come before us in this faith upon which we now stand and upon which we each build as we work out our own faith “in fear and trembling,” as Paul put it. Cathedral of Hope is located at 5910 Cedar Springs Rd in Dallas. Check out our web site at cathedralofhope.com.
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