Jr. and Sr. High Youth Groups

    The purpose of our YOUTH group is to spend time together (your presence matters!)….to become EMPOWERED as a community of Christ…. to grow SPIRITUALLY as individuals and as a group!

 Our Jr. and Sr. High Groups meet Sunday mornings from 11am to 12:30pm during the school year (September – June).  We meet in the Social Hall for games, food, and fun as well as service opportunities.

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Our Youth Program offers lots of opportunities for FUN; it’s a place to build long lasting relationships and it offers us an opportunity to practice what it means to reflect God’s love in our daily lives. We hope you will make YOUTH a part of your week! We have a great fall planned!

 

Sunday November 12th: NOON to 4ishpm : ADVENTURE TRIP:  We will be going either EAST OR WEST!! Snowfall will determine exactly where we are going BUT we are definitely going.  ** Lunch provided! RSVP with Peggy

Sunday November 19th: 11am – 12:30pm   Thanksgiving Food Drive Sorting…food, fun, fellowship!!

Sunday November 26th:  11am – 1pm   Fudg-o-mania!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Need large mixers ~ PARENTS WELCOME!! This is the time we make mountains of delicious fudge to sell at Gifts for Good. Money raised funds our Youth activities!

Sunday December 3rd:  1-4pm  Gifts for Good!  This is our BIG Fundraiser PLUS its TONS OF FUN!!  There are lots of make-it/take-it crafts including fresh wreath making. Let Peggy know your availability.

Sunday December 10th:  11am to 12:30pm  Fun and Fellowship

Saturday December 16th:  3-5pm  Brunch Set-Up   ALL HANDS ON DECK!!

Sunday December 17th: 9am – 12pm:  All Church Christmas Brunch  This is a major fundraiser as well as a chance to spread holiday cheer with our church family!

Sunday December 24th:  5pm  Christmas Eve Candlelight Service **YOUTH are a major part of this service. Let Peggy know your availability!

 

 

 

Permission Slips for Youth Activities:

 

     
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