Youth Ministries

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Youth Sunday

Contact Person: Shannon Guse

Youth Fellowship at Faith Presbyterian is built on these five intentions of Youth Ministry:
  • To call young people to be disciples of Jesus Christ.
  • To respond to the needs and the interests of young people.
  • To work together, youth and adults, in partnership.
  • To be connected to the whole church, community, and the world.
  • To include all young people, reaching out and inviting them to belong to the community of faith.

Come try out youth fellowship – check out the opportunities below. Send an e-mail to   if you have any questions or comments. Follow  on Instagram or Twitter and follow on facebook.  

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Parents of Teens Sunday School Class

Every Sunday in February, parents of 6th-12 graders are invited to meet in the Preschool Conference Room at 9:30 a.m.  We will watch clips from the movie, 8th Grade, discussing the struggles of the lead character and how we can faithfully parent through many of the same issues our teens encounter. This film as been nominated for many awards and will provide much for us to discuss. There will be no preparation required for attending class each week. Please try to be on time. We'll start each class with a brief introduction of the topic before watching clips and diving into the parenting issue.

Youth Opportunities (6th-12th Grade)

Middle School Sunday School  
Sundays, 9:30-10:20 a.m., Youth Wing Room 205
This class for 6th-7th graders will use Re:form Old and New Testament Ancestors.
Young people will explore the key ancestors in the Bible and find
connections in their own lives.

9:30-10:20 a.m., Youth Wing Room 204
This class is for students who have reached the eighth grade and would like to explore the opportunity to join the church. This class meets year-round to prepare students for the Confirmation process. Confirmation takes place in May of each year. 

High School Sunday School 
Sundays, 9:30-10:20 a.m., Youth Wing Room 203
The senior high class will discuss tough questions and use Faith Questions, studies based on faith questions posed by youth. Each session encourages young people to look to Scripture, as well as our faith tradition, in relevant and responsive ways.

Middle School Mania and High School Digging Deeper
Wednesdays, 5-7 p.m., Youth Wing
These programs have a new look and feel, including supper and fellowship. As part of our Wednesday Night Alive, the youth will eat together during our church-wide meal at 5 p.m.  The cost for supper is $3 per youth. At 6 p.m., they will meet in the youth wing for recreation, Bible study, and faith building! Pick up is at 7 p.m.

Youth Dinner & Fellowship (grades 6-12) - Sundays, 6-7:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall.