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Youth Group OutreachSunday, April 8, 2018

Youth Help with Britepaths Deliveries

Eleven 7th–9th Grade students spent their Sunday morning delivering groceries to families in need within our immediate community. Each student had the opportunity to act as lead greeter and to interact with the recipients. Students shared that they really appreciated getting to see a smile on the families' faces when delivering a little support in the form of basic groceries. Here, youth members Susan, Luke and Evelyn and youth leaders Hannah and Tim are getting ready to pack up the car for their deliveries.

 


 

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Youth Group OutreachYouth Help Out at Facets

The youth, accompanied by drivers Hannah Picardi and Tim Davis joined the adult delivery team of Jim Menke and Lisa Woods to provide eggs and water to our clients. Madeline Boam led the adults and youth in a lovely prayer she had researched from our BCP.

For the Poor and the Neglected
Almighty and most merciful God, we remember before you all poor and neglected persons whom it would be easy for us to forget: the homeless and the destitute, the old and the sick, and all who have none to care for them. Help us to heal those who are broken in body or spirit, and to turn their sorrow into joy. Grant this, Father, for the love of your Son, who for our sake became poor, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

 

 


Sunday, March 4, 2018

The Wall

“I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing” (John 15:5)

In 2007 the 7th and 8th Grade class laid claim to "The Wall" and decided that since The Wall was with them every Sunday as they met in fellowship, friendship, and worship, it should represent their connection to God and their goals and dreams for tomorrow. They hoped that each succeeding class would add their mark so that it would be a constantly evolving record of hope and faith in the future. John 15:5 was chosen as the theme, black was chosen as the background, and the vine was added. Each student added their own symbol to represent them and the fruit that they hoped to bear by staying connected to Jesus.

On Sunday, March 4, the 7th and 8th Grade class continued the tradition that has occurred for every class in the last 11 years. Drop by anytime and see the artwork. Questions? Please contact Interim Youth Ministry Coordinator, Denis McMullan.