Jr. and Sr. High Youth Group

    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 10am – 11:15am 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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Kicking Back Up to Speed this Fall: 2018 Fall Programming

What we do:

Meet weekly as a community of 6th – 12th graders; Monthly service projects ; Fall and Spring Retreats; Participate in worship experience; Develop youth led ideas for service and activities; Summer adventures

How we do it:

*Youth committed to being a part of this community; *Parent participation with fundraisers, outings and service projects;   * Youth leadership within the group

Youth are involved in the Re-Oak Redding Project this fall. We will have our little “foster” oaks by early November and will be planting and caring for them until June! 

Upcoming Youth Service Projects:  

a) Annual Halloween Party Saturday Oct. 27th  5-8pm  Youth will be helping in a variety of ways: Ghoul Cafe serving treats; running a game; helping at the Cupcake Walk! Make plans to help!

b) Youth Trip to SF  Nov. 3 -4th  Meet in the parking lot at 8:45am. Need to have RSVP’d to Peggy and be a regular attender.  

c) Cafe PerkSunday November 18th  10am to 11:15am  We will be running the Cafe again this Sunday. Make plans to be a part of it! Funds go to our service projects and opportunities

c) Gifts for Good  Sunday Dec. 2nd  1-4pm  Youth will be selling their fudge and helping in all aspects of this community event.

Make plans to be a part of these projects!  

Make Youth@FIRST a priority in your life this year ~ You will be glad you did! Let’s have fun, adventure, and serve together!

Fall Schedule 

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