FFPC 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!
Youth Group meetings are generally on Sundays from 1:00-3:00 p.m. – visit the church calendar for specific dates. Currently we meet at least once a month for outdoor activities, and once a month for outdoor or zoom discussions.
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.
Teen Girls’ Bible Study:
Led by Jenny Gibb and Kelsy Hoerauf, the girls are studying Matchless by Angie Smith. Participant books are $14. Meeting via zoom, contact Jenny Gibb at 248-765-0834 for more information.
Who is Jesus? Why did He come to earth? How can I know Him?
We live in a world where there’s a lot of confusion about Jesus. Too often people want to shape Him and His message to fit their personal needs or agendas. So how can we know the truth? This study will deepen your understanding of Jesus and help you see Him less as an iconic figure and more as an intimate friend.
Youth Group Meeting Schedule For 6-12th graders and friends
Events and dates are tentative – watch your emails and texts for current information!
March 21, 1-3pm: Easter Egg Hunt and Outdoor Broom Ball
April 18, 1-3pm: TBD
May 16, 1-3pm: TBD
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.
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.
Valentine Project sponsored by Deacons and Youth Group:
Thank you to our youth and adults who made valentine cards for several members, to Jan Jacbos for making heart pins, to Terrie Fisher for putting the treat bags together, to our Deacons who made deliveries, and to Nancy Berger and Jennifer MacLean for coordinating the project! It is a JOY to coordinate efforts and bless others!!
Do you have VG’s receipts piling up at home?
Our collection box is available in the church lobby Monday – Friday, 9am – 3pm.
Thank you for your ongoing contributions that support our youth education programs!!
Souper Bowl of Caring – Way to go church!
Souper Bowl of Caring donations totaled 275 food items and $100 – All of those items were picked up by St. Jude’s for the weekly food distribution.
The Shelter of Flint received:
- 40 dish towels
- 38 bath towels of various sizes
- 19 personal care items
- 17 bottles of shampoo and lotion
- 13 packages of baby wipes
- 11 laundry soap
- 10 laundry baskets
- 10 cleaning supplies
- 9 bottles of dish soap
- 4 packages of toilet paper
- 3 packages of paper towels
- 3 pillows
- 1 twin sheet set
Thank you for your continued support of our various ministries!!!