YOUTH MINISTRY - students in 6th-12th Grade
important: youth times are 5:00 to 7:30 for middle schoolers (6th-8th) and high schoolers (9th-12th)!
April 28th - Living on Mission
If you are a follower of Jesus, then you have been commissioned to go out and share the Gospel. This Sunday we will talk about what this looks like in our families, schools, jobs, community, nation, and around the world.
Bottom Line:You were created to share the Gospel.
Scripture: Romans 10:13-15
May 5th - Family Feud
This week, we’ll remind students how patient God has been with them. And we will encourage them to be more patient with their families.
Main Idea: Be patient with your family like God is patient with you.
Scripture: Genesis 2-4 (a summary); James 1:19-20; Proverbs 15:1 and 18.
May 12th - Mother's Day - No Youth
Only $375 for camp
Cost covers lodging, meals, transportation, activities, study materials, and a camp t-shirt!
Drop Off and Pick Up
We will leave from New Life Community Church at 9:00am on Monday, June 17th. We will return to New Life at 3:00pm on Saturday, June 22nd.
What to Expect
This camp is for rising 6th grade students through graduating 12th graders. We will have teaching that is both Biblical and relevant for teens today. Some activities and teaching times will be separated by Middle School/High School. As always our small groups will be separated by grade and gender.
We gather together every Sunday evening for food, fun, Biblical teaching, and friendship.
middle school and high school youth from 5:00 to 7:30 pm
Our Mission: To provide an environment of community for teenagers that will help foster their spiritual growth.
How we do this: Our mission is accomplished in two ways. Primarily in our weekly youth meetings we provide a safe, engaging environment where students are given the building blocks for a strong authentic faith. And secondarily we host frequent events outside of church. We do three differnt types of events:
Outreach Events: These events provide an opportunity for students to invite their friends to fun activity. This gives new students a feel for “the church” without feeling overwhelmed in an unfamiliar place.
Spiritual Growth Events: These events happen in the winter and summer over a weekend or week-long camp. We get away from the business of life in order to focus on God and grow deeper in our faith. We use curriculum that challenges the students to grow spiritually, examine their beliefs, and grow closer to their peers.
Service Projects: These events are for students to live out their faith by serving the community. We volunteer regularly at Manna Foodbank, the ABCCM Veterans Quarters, and with River Link.
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