Coh Youth

Coh Youth 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, le***an, transgender, bi-sexual, q***r 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 yo

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 yo

Operating as usual

09/22/2021

Our go-to graphic for gender neutral ways to address your students or groups!

A friendly reminder that everyone belongs. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤🤍🤎🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️
08/21/2021
Neighbors erect large Pride flag after school bans LGBTQ, BLM signs

A friendly reminder that everyone belongs. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤🤍🤎🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️

Oregon neighbors have taken it upon themselves to build a large Pride flag that can be seen from the high school whose board banned it, along with the Black Lives Matter flag, earlier this month.

Thanks Luke Prokop for sharing your journey and being an inspiration.
07/20/2021
NHL player comes out - Dallas Voice

Thanks Luke Prokop for sharing your journey and being an inspiration.

Luke Prokop, 19, a draft choice of the NHL Nashville Predators, came out as gay today, Monday, July 19. He’s the first NHL player under contract to come out. In his statement, Prokop said the past year and a half gave him time to no longer be scared or want to hide who he is. […]

Happy PRIDE Sunday! Excited to discuss with our youth congregants the meaning, history and inclusivity of Pride. And wha...
06/06/2021

Happy PRIDE Sunday! Excited to discuss with our youth congregants the meaning, history and inclusivity of Pride. And what Pride means for all of us as creations of a loving God that takes pride in each of us as we are all wonderfully made in Their image. Just as God intended.

Happy PRIDE Sunday! Excited to discuss with our youth congregants the meaning, history and inclusivity of Pride. And what Pride means for all of us as creations of a loving God that takes pride in each of us as we are all wonderfully made in Their image. Just as God intended.

05/19/2021

WE ARE BACK!

For those families who feel comfortable coming back in our space this Sunday!

All of our leaders are fully vaccinated and masks are required!

10am!!!

Youth in Youth Room

Children's Church in Day School

See you Sunday!!!

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03/05/2021

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Shake whatcha momma gave ya ❤

02/10/2021

Please join us tomorrow night for Pulse Worship on the Cathedral of Hope Dallas page or on YouTube as Rev. Alan Miles preaches on change and transition.

The country’s first National Youth Poet Laureate, Gorman, 22, is by far the youngest poet for a presidential inauguratio...
01/21/2021
Amanda Gorman, Youth Poet Laureate, has speech and auditory processing issues

The country’s first National Youth Poet Laureate, Gorman, 22, is by far the youngest poet for a presidential inauguration. Such an amazing young poet! Don’t ever put a period where God puts a comma.

Get to know Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman, who has speech and auditory processing issues. Read about Gorman’s journey, and watch as she recites her poetry.

08/30/2020

No Sunday school today. We are having technical issues. We will resume next weekend. Sorry for the inconvenience. Have a wonderful week.

07/10/2020

Don't forget CoHYouth Zoom virtual game night tonight at 7pm!

07/04/2020

Don’t forget to join us Sunday, July 5 as we celebrate America’s independence, diversity and inclusion with games and fellowship. We look forward to seeing you and catching up on Zoom at 10 am.

"What would my Mom think of that?""In a race, (see picture), athlete Abel Mutai representing Kenya, was just a few feet ...
06/22/2020

"What would my Mom think of that?"

"In a race, (see picture), athlete Abel Mutai representing Kenya, was just a few feet from the finish line, but he was confused with the signage & stopped thinking he had completed the race. The Spanish athlete, Ivan Fernandez was right behind him & realizing what was happening, he started shouting at the Kenyan for him to continue running; but Mutai didn't know Spanish didn't understand. Then the Spanish pushed him to victory. A journalist asked Ivan, "Why did you do that?"

Ivan replied, "My dream is that someday we can have a kind of community life". The journalist insisted "But why did you let the Kenyan win?" Ivan replied, "I didn't let him win, he was going to win". The journalist insisted again, "But you could have won!" Ivan looked at him & replied, "But what would be the merit of my victory? What would be the honour of that medal?

What would my Mom think of that?"

Values are transmitted from generation to generation. What values are we teaching our children? Let us not teach our kids the wrong ways & means to WIN"

05/08/2020

Don't forget. Our second Zoom virtual game night is tomorrow night at 7PM. Please reference this week's CoHYouth email or contact Rev. Alan Miles for login information! Hope to see as many youth tomorrow as we can!

04/25/2020

Our inaugural virtual Zoom game night with the youth was a blast! Looking forward to the next game night/movie night/ hang out! See you all Sunday morning at 10 AM for Sunday School! #CoHYouth #CoHDallas

04/05/2020

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

03/23/2020

Join us Sundays and Thursdays at 10 AM for youth group on Zoom. Send us a message, and we can send you the details!

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5910 Cedar Springs Rd
Dallas, TX
75235

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Calling all teachers, coaches, parents, etc CoH is asking you to consider testifying against the anti-trans bill coming up before the Texas Legislature. Rally on Wed: https://secure.everyaction.com/aYwkcJ6BcE2zHCDjL9DlmQ2 HB25 Testimony on Wed: https://secure.everyaction.com/2QA7h5Vi0kuoJqL3HIRwJw2?fbclid=IwAR1h9RaCUfcICgir_1qhhEydNZrWpBnl2yOOa-0P69Ih1o9ftr0IBGiX13s#! Details: Every student has a right to participate in sports and extracurricular activities. Under the U.S. Constitution and Title IX, school districts may not ban students from participating in sports or other activities because of their gender. Across the country, many transgender, non-binary, and gender diverse students are playing sports and participating in school activities as their authentic selves, in accordance with their gender identity. In Texas, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) governs most interscholastic sports competitions, including eligibility requirements. Under current UIL rules, participation in gender-specific sports teams is based on the gender listed on the student’s current birth certificate.25 This means that transgender students who have amended their birth certificate (which requires a court order in Texas) may participate in sports based on their gender identity, but students who have not yet updated their birth certificate are often assigned to teams based on their gender assigned at birth. This rule is already discriminatory and causes immense harm to Texas students who are forced to play on sports teams that do not align with their gender identity.26 Across the country and here in Texas, some legislators and anti-LGBTQIA+ groups have sought to use the inclusion of transgender women and girls in sports as a way to discriminate against transgender people. Many of these individuals urge school districts to completely exclude transgender people from participating in sports and ask state legislatures to pass discriminatory laws that would force transgender students to sit on the sidelines. Many of the bills targeting transgender student athletes allow for the invasion of privacy and gender policing of all student athletes, and these bills have particularly harmful effects on students who are Black.27 At least two federal courts have preliminarily found it to be unconstitutional to exclude transgender women from participation in women’s sports,28 and there are several active lawsuits against states that have recently passed laws seeking to ban transgender students from playing sports. Blessings, Rev. Erin