Call on Me: A Prayer Book for Young People  is a prayer book specifically designed for youth to use whenever and wherever you are. It has prayers for school, friends, family and for yourself. This website is our way of giving you a place to learn more about prayer, go deeper into your conversation with God, and offer your own prayers.  Using already-written prayers can suggest new ways of thinking and praying. They can be models andy might be the prayers you need. Sometimes you need to finding your own words. So here’s a place to offer them. When offering a prayer for someone on this site, please only use first names. And you’ll be asked to “sign in” to be part of our site too – use your first name also when creating a profile.

Here’s a little bit about us:

Jenifer Gamber is a lifelong Episcopalian, leads confirmation and baptism preparation at the Cathedral Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, PA. She writes for Building Faith,  leads retreats, and speaks nationally about issues related to youth in the church. She is the author of  Call on Me: A Prayer Book for Young People  with Sharon Ely Pearson, Your Faith, Your Life: An Invitation to the Episcopal Church with Bill Lewellis, and My Faith, My Life: A Teen’s Guide to the Episcopal Church.

Sharon Ely Pearson is married and the mom of two (Becca, 30, an environmental educator at a magnet school in Hartford, CT and Chris, 27, a high school math teacher in Brockton, MA) amazing young people. A lifelong Episcopalian, she now works for Church Publishing as their Christian Formation Specialist, offering workshops around the country, writing, and editing books and curriculum for The Episcopal Church. At her home church, St. Matthew’s in Wilton, CT she and her husband John, mentor and train acolytes as well as a few other ministry areas, including Confirmation and Godly Play. She lives in Norwalk, CT with her cat, Shadow, and hopefully a new puppy later this summer! Follow her on Twitter @rowsofsharonp and at Rows of Sharon.

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