Fire on the Mountain
Fire on the Mountain meets on the front lawn and porch of Brooks Hall each Sunday, 4-6 p.m. Please bring a chair or beach towel, a water bottle, and a mask on your face. Expect fire.
Fire on the Mountain is open to all 6th-12th graders who want to have fun while learning and serving. Our teaching and leadership approach are from an Episcopal perspective; however, students of all faith backgrounds are encouraged to participate. We are an inclusive group and welcome everyone.
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2020 Youth Ministry Intern
Franklin Lowe is a first-year MDiv student at the School of Theology at the University of the South. Originally from Fayetteville, GA, he graduated from Samford University in 2016, with a BA in History, and from the College of William & Mary in 2018, with an MA in History. This past year, he joined the Community of St. Anselm in London, England for a “year in God’s time” with young people from around the world. He hopes to bring his loves of art, music, creative writing, and storytelling to “Fire on the Mountain” and to reconnect with his wild side as he explores the beautiful Domain.
Throughout the year, Otey's middle school and high school students exercise creativity, have fun, and sometimes earn service hours through a variety of special events like mission trips, pilgrimages, summer VB-Us, and community events. Make sure we have your updated contact info so you don't miss out!