YOUTH (tweens & teens)
The Youth Program is made up of the Tweens, ages 11-12, and the Teens, ages 13-17. Each group is led by Family & Youth Minister Elisa Webster and co-lead Melissa Odell. The Tweens meet over Zoom on Fridays at 5:00 p.m. and the Teens meet on Sundays at 5:00 p.m. over Zoom. Youth meet 12 months out of the year and plan a summer mission trip.
This fall tweens will be using Orange curriculum and the teens will be using "The Journey to Adulthood" Rite 13 and J2A curriculum.
For more information, contact:
Family & Youth Minister, Elisa Webster, email@example.com
In the middle school years, a preteen will begin to personalize and own their faith.
The middle school years are a critical window of instability and change. But when leaders and parents affirm a middle schooler’s personal journey, kids from sixth to eighth grade can begin to own their own faith and value a faith community. Our Middle School curriculum creates weekly resources targeted to this unique audience to help them walk forward believing . . .
• I WILL LOVE GOD BECAUSE HE WILL NEVER STOP LOVING ME.
• I WILL FOLLOW JESUS; HE KNOWS ME BETTER THAN I KNOW MYSELF.
• I WILL LIVE OUT GOD’S STORY SO OTHERS CAN KNOW WHO JESUS IS.
HIGH SCHOOL (13-17)
In the high school years, a teenage will deepen and personalize their faith in Christ.
The high school years are a time of testing beliefs in light of growing life experience and personal awakening. When leaders and parents mobilize their potential, high school students will keep pursuing authentic faith and discover a personal mission. Our High School curriculum creates weekly resources to help teenagers graduate believing . . .