YOUTH
 Youth Ministry
   

      As our children grow and develop into those “tween” and older teen years, St. John offers continued opportunities for them to grow in their relationship with God and with one another.

The Middle School Youth meet at 5:30          pm each Sunday evening in room 160.          

 

 
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  • The High School Youth meet at 7:00 pm each Sunday evening in room 160.                                                                                                                                         
  •       Confirmation Classes (6th grade and up) are offered each year, usually between the months of February through May.
           In addition, the youth have an opportunity to participate in mission and service projects, trips, parties, lock-ins, and                                                                                       District/Annual Conference Camps and Retreats throughout the year. 
     If you have questions please contact Kyle Smith, Director of Youth Ministries, at kylesmith@sjumcwv.org or 304-266-5720.
Opportunities to Serve
     Hello and thank you for visiting our website – a tool for us to go beyond our church walls and introduce people to Jesus. Take a look at the many opportunities each of us have to grow as disciples together and consider getting involved. Even if you don’t serve in a particular area of this ministry, please support us with your prayers.  
     Please come join us this Sunday. We worship at 8:30 and 11:00 am, with Sunday School for all ages at 9:45 am. We would love to see you and share in your journey. God Bless you!
Chaperone
    1) Accompany the Youth group and help on a work-team/mission project
    2) Assist the Youth Pastor/Director by chaperoning special events at church and off site.
     3) On a rotating schedule will help chaperone Sunday Youth meetings.
 
Prayer Team
     Weekly email the Youth and pledge to pray specifically for them.
 
Volunteers for Weekly Events
     1) To work as Crowd Control; on a rotating schedule will help chaperone Sunday Youth meetings.
     2)  Provide snacks for Youth meetings.
 
Transportation
     Drive Youth to off-site events.
 
 
 
ST. JOHN SENIOR HIGH YOUTH CONTINUE TO GROW IN CHRIST

 

St. John Sr. High Youth recently were on a REACH Mission trip in Crossville, TN.  Thank you, Lord, for that great opportunity and for bringing them home safely.

Reach Mission Trips is a non-profit organization offering top quality mission trip experiences for Junior High and Senior High students. Reach supports Christian churches and organizations and actively encourages all participants to adopt a lifestyle of serving those in need
in their home communities. By reaching out to others, Reach equips Christians with the skills and opportunities necessary to impact their world for Jesus Christ.