This year, we are following along with the worship series, “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren.
Contact Josef Sorrells, Director of Youth Ministry
Dec. 6, no youth group
Dec. 12, Angel Tree Christmas Gift Wrapping
Dec. 19, Winter Bonfire & Gift Exchange
Dec. 27, No Youth Group
Angel Tree Christmas Gift Wrapping
Saturday, December 12, 3:00pm
This is a family event! Yes, mom, dad, and older siblings too! We have plan a safe and fun way for us to still be able to safely wrap the gifts for our Angel Tree Project this year. If the weather is nice and cool, we will be wrapping gifts safely distanced outdoors. If the weather does permit outdoor activity, then each family will be roomed separately from other families to wrap gifts for a group of angels. If you are interested in participating in this year Angel Tree Wrapping please contact Jennifer Young or Josef Sorrells.
Winter Bonfire & Gift Exchange
Saturday, December 19, 5:00-6:00pm
Youth Group will meet in person in the Faith UMC parking lot for a Winter Bonfire! Please bring a mask, lawn chair, and dress warm and comfy! 5pm-6pm! This event will be contingent upon the status of the pandemic. We will also be doing White Elephant Exchange, please bring a wrapped gift that ranges from $5-$10.
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.
A new confirmation class has begun! The class, taught by Rev. Dr. Laura Norvell and Josef Sorrells, Director of Youth Ministry, will be held via Zoom on Wednesdays from 3-4:30 p.m.
If you would like more information or to include your child in the class, contact the office . firstname.lastname@example.org
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.