Youth in Grades 6-12 are invited to join us at the Immanuel campus on Sunday evenings where we play, worship, serve, and do life together! We aim to walk in Jesus’ footsteps, which means we welcome you no matter where you’re coming from or what you believe.
Who? Middle School and High School (Grades 6-12)
When? 5:00-7:00 pm Sunday evenings
Where? Witherspoon Hall (Campus Map)
DINNER — Every Youth Group meeting begins with dinner, so come hungry! Volunteers provide dinner and dessert for approx. 20 kids and 2 adult leaders and are welcome to join us for dinner and to meet the kids! We need your help! Contact Kris Goorsky or Sarah Tittle if you would like to sign up. Food sensitivities are always respected.
JOIN THE YOUTH GROUP MEAL TRAIN!
Kicking off youth group with dinner is a long-standing tradition that has brought together IPC youth and adults for decades through the custom of “breaking bread.”
This is a time to get to know the awesome youth we have at Immanuel while blessing the ministry in a tangible way. We invite you to continue this tradition and we thank you for investing in the lives of our young people!
A Meal Train thumbs up! —”Thank you Immanuel for providing dinner for us!”
CONNECT WITH US!
Questions? Contact Kris Goorsky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACTIVITIES — In addition to attending Sunday night Youth Group meetings, our youth are encouraged to participate in any or all of the activities of the church including: Youth led Worship Services, Confirmation, Vacation Bible School volunteers, Mission projects, Montlure Summer Camp, and any other projects they develop for service to the church and community.
We have lots of fun and would like to invite you or someone you know to join us! For more information about our Youth Group, Sunday School Classes, or special youth events, please contact Kris Goorsky, Director of Christian Formation at email@example.com or (520) 296-2253.
ABOUT Financial Peace for Teens
Financial Peace for Teens is a nine-lesson money management class taught by America’s leading financial experts: Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze, and Chris Hogan. The class is designed to help teens learn solid financial principles that will prepare them to handle their money wisely, save for the future, and avoid debt, and give generously. Financial Peace for Teens is based on solid Christian principles.
Financial Peace University includes nine video lessons with these three amazing instructors.
Intro Video: Who Doesn’t Want to Win with their Money!
Who is Dave Ramsey? About Dave
WHAT WILL TEENS LEARN?
PARENTS for your Teen Entrepreneurs: Teach Your Teen How to Start Their Own Business
Kris will email you the Zoom link on Sunday morning.
Each week we play a game and have a devotion/discussion.
For more information, contact Kris at firstname.lastname@example.org
6th grade-12th grade are meeting Sunday nights over Zoom, 5-6 p.m.
Devotions & Games
LESSON 8 – THERE’S A BETTER WAY!
LESSON 9 – THE POWER OF GENEROSITY!