FPC Youth Ministry
Hello friends! The youth ministry of FPC seeks to provide young people a safe place to grow in the faith by encouraging questions, building relationships, exploring the Bible and discussing relevant issues facing young people today.
During the traditional school year September through April, youth fellowship meets in person on Sunday nights at 5:30pm in the Youth Room (Room 212 on the second floor). Each Sunday night, youth experience fellowship through games and recreation, as well as a devotional led by one of the adult youth advisors.
Sunday mornings during the school year, we have a more traditional Sunday School class to learn about and grow in faith
This year’s confirmation class for 6th-8th graders in January 14-March 3, 2024 with Confirmation Sunday on March 24, 2024. Confirmation is about helping young people claim the baptismal promises for themselves. In working towards helping young people make the decision to formally join the church for themselves, this class will explore what it means to be a member of a church, what we believe as Presbyterians, and how we live out our faith a followers of Christ.
For an online daily devotion, visit www.d365.org. This site is sponsored by three denominational partners: the Congregational Life office of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, the Youth and Young Adult Ministries of the Presbyterian Church (USA), and the Youth Ministries Office of The Episcopal Church. You can even use your smartphones to access the site or download the app for iPhones.
FPC Youth Social Media
You can also find out what’s happening and get updates by following us on our various social media outlets. You can follow us on Facebook and Instagram @1pcyouth. Don’t forget to join our Facebook page for updates, announcements, and pictures.
FPC Youth Fellowship Meals
If you would like to sign-up to provide a meal for one of youth group meetings, please click here to go to the online sign-up form. Questions about dietary restrictions, how many to prepare for, etc. please contact Kris Brammer.