Youth Sunday Nights


During the school year, youth in grades 6-12 are invited to Jubilee Hall in the Parish Life Building from 5:45 pm - 7:45 pm. We will begin with dinner and then we move to praise and worship. After worship, youth break off into age specific groups. Our programs help youth grow in faith and connect to everyday life.


Youth Sunday nights are designed with intentional and fun games, relational fellowship and faithful reflection. This is the perfect place for youth to engage for the first time with our ministry and to bring friends.


The cost for dinner is $8. 

We will be serving dinner at Youth Group every Sunday Night and need parent help. We are asking that 4 parents sign up to help serve each dinner. To help serve dinner, sign up here.


For our middle school time, YOU CHOOSE! Sixth and seventh grade students get to pick which engaging and interactive series they want to participate in. Previous series have included Faith and Fitness, Movies and Ministry, Yoga with Yahweh, and more! Join us and be a part of these fun and faith-filled evenings led by awesome volunteers and Sarah, our Middle School Youth Associate!


 Throughout the year, we will discuss topics relevant to their lives, while nurturing community and growing in relationship with God. Our hope is that youth will encounter God and be empowered to go out into the world. May their quest for faith never cease and always thrive. Questions or interested in volunteering? Contact Sarah at


Confirmation is for students that are in 8th grade. Our hope for your Confirmands is that this year will be a life changing experience for them as they continue their journey with Christ.  Confirmation is a significant transitional time for young Christians as they learn about what a life-long commitment to God looks like. Questions? Contact Sarah Simmons at



A typical high school Sunday night looks like this:


5:45 – 6:30 Meet in Jubilee Hall for food, fellowship, music, games, announcements, and prayer

6:30 – 7:45 – Move to the High School Room for deeper conversations, guest speakers, small groups, and more. Topics include: positive body image; hearing God through the noise of today, and how to make scripture relevant for teens in 2018.


Some weeks, we leave campus for Project LOA (Love One Another). These are short mission events like going to local laundromats and offering prayers and quarters, helping friends with resume’s at the Men’s Shelter, or providing a pizza dinner and playing board games with friends at the Samaritan House.


The High School Night team are: Britt Yett, Kathryn Melton, Katherine Murphy, Virginia Humphries, Mark Murphy, and Jason Rhymer (