Youth Summer Camp is August 5-8, 2019. Details available here!
On Sunday evenings, our youth (from 7th – 12th grade) meet from 6:00-8:00pm on the church grounds. We spend time in prayer, singing, and biblical teaching. For more information, contact our youth director, Chantel Kreiger, at email@example.com
This year the focus for our youth group will be two-fold:
- One-Another: The Bible speaks of several “one anothers” of Christian life. Love one another (Rom. 12:10), welcome one another (Rom. 15:7), serve one another (Gal. 5:13), encourage one another and build one another up (1 Thess. 5:11), and more. Youth group meetings will include more time for one-anothering through fellowship, praise, group study and prayer.
- Origins: Who are we? Where did we come from? How did it all begin? These are some of the foundational “big questions” of life. Unless we answer these we cannot understand how we are to live and where we are heading. So, this year we will study the book of Genesis (which means origins). It will be casual group Bible study format. You are encouraged to ask ANY questions and invite ANY friends. We welcome both!
Youth Sunday School for the 2018-2019 year will meet September 16-June 9, from 9-10AM.
6th-8th Grade | Mr. & Mrs. Bert
This year, we will be studying Jesus’ parables. The parables wonderfully describe who the Father is and what His kingdom looks like. We can also see ourselves as the various roles within the parables and learn more about how we relate to the Father and what a better version of ourselves looks like. Ultimately, the goal is to deepen our love and appreciation for the Father and His kingdom!
High School | Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
What do we as Christians believe? Why do we believe what we believe? How do we respond when people ask us to account for our faith in the face of today’s technology-filled humanistic society? Part of being prepared for life after High School means knowing what you believe and being ready to respond when confronted with the questions the world around us implicitly and explicitly asks every day. All of these questions find their answer in firm foundation of The Word. The question-and-answer format of catechism is a natural fit to help us find our answers in Christ. We will be digging deeper into what God wants us to know when accounting for our faith by studying God’s Word through questions and answers. Join us as we work through the Westminster Shorter Catechism!
On the 5th Sunday of months with five Sundays, the youth caravan to a retirement home in Issaquah for a worship service with the residents. During these services, they sing treasured hymns, read Scripture, listen to their stories, take prayer requests and, on occasion, share the Lord’s Supper. You can learn more about Sonshine Ministries here.