503 South Leroy Street Fenton, MI 48430 (810) 629-7801

Youth Group

Our mission statement: To create space for youth to ask questions, encounter God and learn to live as disciples of Christ.  Allow, Meet, and Go!

Consent Form

A Parental Consent, Certification and Medical Authorization Form is necessary for all lock-ins and off-site events. Please click on the link above to print the form.

“Safe Sanctuary” Child Protection Policy

As a community of Christian faith, First Presbyterian Church – Fenton is committed to creating and maintaining programs, facilities and a community in which our congregation, staff, friends and volunteers nurture good conduct as demonstrated by personal behaviors that are consistent with our Christian values. To view our complete policy, click on the link above.

Youth Group 2019-20 School Year Schedule

Click on the above link to download the schedule. Incoming 6th graders – graduating 12th graders and friends are welcome to join us!

Souper Bowl of Caring

Click on the above link to see how much youth group collected during the Souper Bowl of Giving.  Monetary donations went to the North End Soup Kitchen and food items went to the Fenton United Methodist Food Pantry.


Youth Group

Youth Group meetings are generally Sunday evenings from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Click on the link above for the full schedule or check the website calendar.

This year in youth group we are focusing on building relationships with Jesus, each other, our parents, our church, and our community. Each month will consist of a Group, Soup & Talk night, a mission/service event, a fun night, and an evening of spiritual practices. Most events will take place at church or a host home, with topics and ideas mainly chosen by youth.

This is a safe space to explore all questions and get to know Jesus. All youth are welcome to come and openly share where you are today in your faith journey, and discover how what you believe affects your choices.

Another highlight of youth group is preparing and leading worship for Youth Sunday generally in the winter, and Youth Summer Re-cap in August. Youth Sunday theme and sermon is developed by the graduating seniors, with the entire service written by members of youth group. The Summer Re-cap highlights summer mission and conference experiences, along with youth providing the sermon and sharing new worship songs.

Summer Schedule

The summer schedule includes the Massanetta Middle School conference, Montreat Conference for High Schoolers, local and broader mission experiences, and meetings on Wednesday evenings for events, discussion and fellowship. Various activities include kayaking, hiking, swimming, camping and games.

Club 45

Invites all 4th and 5th graders to various activities at church once a month during the school year, generally on the second Sunday of each month after 11 a.m. worship. See the monthly calendar for specific dates. Led by Cathy Hollopeter and Cherri Maxwell, the focus of this group is mission and fellowship to prepare them for youth group. Friends are always welcome!


This school year we are excited to partner with Linden Presbyterian and Trinity United Presbyterian churches in offering Confirmation classes to prepare young people to know what it means to make a commitment to a Christian community, living as a disciple of Christ. All youth in sixth grade and above who have not already been confirmed are invited to take part.  Teaching leadership will be shared by Pastors and Education Staff, as well as class location about twice a month on Sunday afternoons from 3:00-4:30p.m.

In this course we will learn about the Story of the Church and our place in it, we will reflect on what our faith calls us to do in a world of hurt and injustice, and we will develop our own Christian worldview and statement of faith. This statement of faith will be shared with the congregation on Confirmation Sunday. Journaling, serving within the church, and mission projects are part of this course.

Each confirmand has a mentor to assist them and help answer questions during this process, as well as reading and discussing one of the gospel books together. Parents may recommend a mentor for their youth, or one will be appointed for them.