All Year Monday Nights: Youth Group
This year is going to be wonderful! For our Bible content, we will be exploring two amazing Minor Prophet books as well as having regular service projects, apologetics lessons, cultural connections, and of course the regular games and snacks as the cherries on top of an already amazing night.
Youth group is open to students in 6th through 12th grades and runs from 6:30 to 8:00 PM. We meet in the youth room which is upstairs. Also, new to this year, a great leadership opportunity for our High School students. Contact Jordan if you are interested.
Hot Chocolate Fundraiser
Do you want to earn some money in your youth account for the next big youth event? One easy way of doing that is to volunteer to sell hot chocolate during fellowship hour on Sunday mornings. Selling hot chocolate is pretty easy. What you would need to do is follow the following steps: Set up the hot chocolate table, take people’s orders, make the hot chocolate, collect the money, clean up the table in time for Sunday School, and put the supplies/money in Jordan’s office. That’s it!
Sundays are available at a first come-first serve basis. Telling Jordan doesn’t really work since he is bad at writing things down and remembering, so everything is run through the signup genius site. That is available here. >click here< Weeks that don’t have people signed up for will go without any selling. Two people seems to work best for the table.
September 21st: High School Game night at Jordan’s
All high school students are invited to Jordan and Sarah’s house on Saturday Sept. 21st from 5:30 to 8:30 for an evening of fun group games. Pizza will be provided (so letting Jordan know you are coming would be greatly helpful) and it should be a great night of fun. If you need the address or directions, don’t hesitate to reach out and ask.
September 25th: See You At The Pole
Every year students across the country gather around the flagpoles of their local schools in order to come together to pray. This year, these brave students who take such a courageous and public stand will be praying for their classmates, school administrations, local and national government, injustice, mercy, and anything else that is upon their hearts.
Prayer is such a vital element in the life of a believer. While it is completely acceptable to pray on your own and in private, there are times when coming together to pray in public is a life-giving and faith growing event. When you are at the flag pole, you are admitting that you don’t have all the answers, that you can’t fix all the problems in your life on your own, and ultimately, that you need Jesus. This is such a significant stand to take and can be a great witness to classmates, friends, and school staff. One question remains…will you be there?
September 29th: Youth Sunday