Youth Group

Youth are not the “future of the church.” They are the church now.  Our youth are some of our most engaged, honest, spiritually curious, open-minded disciples.  They are intentionally growing, seeking deeper faith.  They’re moving beyond the work of childhood, which is seeking answers, to the adult work of forming better questions.  It is a gift and a privilege to work with them.

Melissa Rollins is organizing a Super Bowl Sunday Bake Sale to raise funds for the Slum Child Foundation in Kenya. Traditionally this bake sale has been a youth event and I am inviting all youth including those of you who only attend Sunday School to consider participating in this effort. Melissa will need assistance on Saturday baking and cooking at the church and again on Sunday morning selling all the yummy goodies to the congregation.
Please SAVE THE DATE NOW -SAT FEB 3 & SUN FEB 4th-  and consider volunteering for a few hours on Saturday and Sunday to help.
NO COOKING EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Watch this space for times, speak with me at church on Sunday or see Melissa’s announcement for more details. Don’t miss this opportunity to give back and spend time with your fellow church friends in a fun and productive way. I’ll be there. Will you? For more information contact Connie  at crwoolcock(at)

The teens created a themed SCARECROW called “Matthew the Lobster” to submit to the Cucurbit Farm scarecrow “competition” in October to raise funds and awareness for  National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). It won first prize!  The youth group has decided to donate the prize money to help children in Zimbabwe.

Photo: check for winner "Matthew" scarecrow

Join us for fellowship, discussion and FUN!   Call the church -978.263.2822 with any questions/comments.