Youth Ministry

2019 has come to close, and I (Josef) am so excited that we will be able to conquer 2020 together. It is with much observations, conversations, and prayer that I will like to introduce the focus “I Need a New Thing.” Youth and Young Adults are faced with many challenges such as bullying, depression, battling fear, low self-esteem and societal issues that caused us to believe things about ourselves that are not true about ourselves. It is my hope that this year with Youth Group, Sunday School, activities, community service projects, and discussions that we will be able to face those things that we battle in our personal and spiritual lives and become new in our walk with Christ. In this new season, we will challenge ourselves to discover who we really are, who God is, who we are in God, and committing to say yes to our fears! These are just a few of the topics that will be apart of our 2020 adventure!

 

Questions?

Contact Josef Sorrells, Director of Youth Ministry

jsorrells@faithworkshere.com

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Youth Group & Confirmation

February 23, 2020 - Confirmation (5:00-6:30pm) & Youth Group (6:30-8:30pm)

March 1, 2020 - Confirmation (5:00-6:30pm) & Youth Group (6:30-8:30pm)

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Crazy Sock Sunday

Sunday, February 16, 2020

The Youth at Faith UMC will be collecting socks (male and female adult socks) for a local nursing home February 1 through February 16th. On February 16th in honor of the sock drive, we will be wearing crazy socks for worship at Faith. The donation boxes will be placed in the fellowship hall.

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Pancake Brunch

Sunday, February 23, 2020

The Faith UMC Youth are hosting a Pancake Brunch on Sunday, February 23 during coffee hour to support their ministry and upcoming summer mission trip. Donations for the Brunch: $5 for adults, $2 for children (12 years and younger) or $15 for families, will be appreciated.

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Sunday Classes

Sundays, 10:00am, September to mid June

Crossroads: A Middle School Bible Study – 6th to 8th graders meet in Room 205.

The Well: A Senior High Bible Study – 9th to 12th graders meet in Room 206.

Read more about what goes on

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Confirmation

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.

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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.

Check out devozine.

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