“Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity” - Paul in 1 Timothy 4:12
Become a part of a movement that changes the world for Jesus Christ! Through discipleship, service, fun, and fellowship, youth in grades 6-12 have opportunities to grow in their faith, play together, and serve the community and world. Together we can grow closer as friends and share the love of Christ with our hurting world.
Contact Zac Smith, Youth Director
301-881-1881, ext. 2007
Weekly Family Newsletter
Distributed via email on Wednesdays, this weekly newsletter highlights what will be happening in our Sunday classes and any special family announcements, plus links to articles that provide tips for your family’s spiritual growth.
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Join us for learning more about the Ephesians, fun, and fellowship. Bring your friends!
March 24, 2019, no youth group
March 31, 2019, 6:30-8:00pm
April 7, 2019, 6:30-8:00pm
High School Summer Work Trip
July 14-20, 2019
The deadline to sign up is March 5.We will once again be serving with Next Step Ministries, this time in Clendenin, WV. This trip is open to youth who are currently in 8th to 12th grade. The total cost is $250. Please contact Zac Smith if you are interested in participating.
Crossroads: Older Elementary/Middle School Bible Study – 5th to 8th graders meet in Room 205.
The Well: A Senior High Bible Study – 9th to 12th graders meet in Room 206.
One of the most important rites of passage for young people in the United Methodist Church is Confirmation - the opportunity for young people to take the next step on their faith journey, and make a commitment to God and to being a part of the Body of Christ.
Confirmation is open to youth in at least 7th grade.
Our next Confirmation Class will begin in the fall of 2019.
devozine for Youth: From the Upper Room, this online resources is for teens and by teens. Join the community, share your creative work, write on the prayer wall, read articles, learn about spiritual practices, and even write for the devo.