Orders and money must be turned in by April 3rd (Wednesday night).
Delivery of product will be Saturday, May 11th at church, between 9am – 11am. You are responsible for picking up all orders that you have sold unless you have made arrangements with your customer to pick it up themselves.
Youth, you are in charge of putting all your plants sales together. The plants will be delivered Friday, May 10 at 4p.m. You need to help unload all the plants and then organize your orders. We will double check them before you can leave.
March 24, 1-3pm.
Don’t forget to bring a digital camera or your cell phone so you can take pictures. Bring your cords so we can download them on the computer and share them.
Rescheduled Middle School Lock In
April 5-6, 7 p.m.-7 a.m. Cost: $15 and a snack to share. We will be going to the Incredible Pizza Company. We know the one in St. Peters closed, so we will go across the river. We will meet at the church and have a short devotional time. Then we will be off to America’s Incredible Pizza Company where we will eat and play games. Then, we will come back to the church for Sardines, Catch Phrase, down time, then breakfast and home. Breakfast will be pancakes, juice and milk. Friends are always welcome. Just sign up so we know how many are coming.
High School Shopping for Sharing
April 28, 11:30-1:00 p.m. Cost: $5
Youth will sell tickets to the “Shopping for Sharing Runway Show” on April 28. Before the show, youth will choose partners and go to Goodwill stores to purchase outfits for the partners. Then, they will model these outfits down the runway.
Click here to fill out the registration form to register your student for Youth Ministry.
Sunday Morning Classes
**All youth Sunday morning classes meet at 10:30 a.m. Families are encouraged to attend worship at 9:00 a.m. and then head over to St. John Hall for Christian Education.
67 Sunday School: 6-7 grades meet in St. John Hall in the classroom by the kitchen.
Confirmation Class: 8th grade meet in St. John Hall in the classroom by the stairs to the gym.
High School Bible Study: 9th - 12th grades meet on the third floor of St. John Hall.
Adult Education Class: Parents and adults meet in the central area of St. John Hall called Roc Cafe. This class focuses on learning the basics of Christianity and the Bible.
Wed. Night Programming Newsletter
Middle and High School Small Groups
Middle School (6th - 8th grades) and High School (9th - 12th grades) youth are put into group of 8-10 that are separated boys and girls. Each group has 1-2 Adult Leaders who faciliatate discussions about different topics such as self esteem, bullying, and decision making. Small Groups give the youth a chance to take their faith further; asking the difficult questions about life and faith, and having a safe place to find the answers.
Middle and High School Youth Groups
Youth groups are arranged similarly to small groups: Middle and High school. We do fun events such as our Annual Photo Scavenger Hunt, Progressive Dinners, Lock-ins, and service projects such as cooking for the Ronald McDonald House and helping with the Emmaus Homes Christmas Party.
Throughout the year, we have retreats to continue on our spiritual journey through a different setting other than church. Many of our retreats are at Camp MoVal. We talk about our faith, have fun, and worship. We also have retreats to prepare for big events such as Confirmation and mission trips.
We encourage our youth and children to attend summer camp at Camp Moval. If you would like the camp schedule, please visit www.missourimidsouth.org/
The Mission Trips are a vital part of our ministry. Youth are able to take what they have learned throughout the year and on retreat and put it into action.
**High School Mission Trip to Denver, Colorado, June 8-15, 2013**
Mission Trip Requirements
Youth must participate in 4 (8 High School) youth events; 2 (4 High School) either Bible Study and/or worship on Sunday morning and 2 (4 High School) including but not limited to Youth Group, Small Group, Sunday morning educational opportunities.
Youth must participate in the Mission Trip Retreat. If unable to attend, must talk with the Youth Director.
Youth must have completed their mission trip requirements.
Must fundraiser 25% of the trip cost.
Special circumstances will always be taken into account in distribution of scholarships.
Mission Trip Advisor Application
Confirmation Class with Mentors
Confirmation Class with Mentors