Q: When do the Youth Groups meet?
A: Both Middle School and High School groups meet on Sundays from 4-6pm beginning in the Fall
Q: What do the Youth Groups do?
A: The youth groups are fellowship groups that do mission, learn about our faith in the real world and worship God through music, prayer and praise, laughter and fun! We might play Frisbee golf or 9-Square in the Air, we might bake cookies and deliver them to shut-ins, we might participate in a scavenger hunt for silly photos or food for our Deacon's pantry, we could be cleaning up a city park, running a corn maze or or playing Whirlyball. We might have a group discussion or watch a movie, but wherever we are, whatever we're doing, we're enjoying the company of fellow disciples of Jesus Christ and sharing God's love with others.
Q: Where do the Youth Groups meet?
A: In the main building - the one with the steeple. Enter through the doors off Cleveland Ave. You can't miss us!
Q: Are there adults who supervise, chaperone or walk the journey with the youth?
A: Absolutely! We have a great group of young adults, middle aged adults, and some of us who are just young at heart, but all of us are a little silly, a little crazy, and a whole lot dedicated to being with the youth and helping them grow in faith and love. Oh yeah, we're pretty responsible too!
Q: Do we need to be members of the church to attend Youth Group?
A: Not at all! We welcome all to our church and our youth groups!
Q: Do we need to fill out any paperwork to join?
A: No, we don't require paperwork to be a part of the Youth Groups, but we ask the youth to fill out an info form just so we have contact info to keep everybody up-to-date, andso we can find out a little about each of them.
We also need parents/guardians to fill out an LPA (limited power of attorney) and have your signature notarized (sign in the presence of a notary public), giving us permission to transport the youth when we travel, and to offer medical assistance in the unlikely event of an emergency.
Q: Where can I find the LPA and a notary public?
A: You can pick up an LPA form outside the church office or download it here. This one is good from 3/1/16 thru 9/30/16 .
Our Office Manager, Rita Javorski, is a notary public and is happy to notarize your LPA(s) if you bring it by. Please remember not to have your parents sign it until they're with the notary! You can also find a notary at your bank, and most real estate offices, though you may have to pay for their services. We try to make it as easy as possible!