Ever been in the middle of a bustling train station during rush hour? Middle school and High school students often feel that way—even when they’re alone! It can be confusing and exciting all at the same time.
Our youth ministries are specially tailored to help them sort it all out. With a dynamic experience available to them through “God’s Word Blesses Us” led by Megan Coutts, students explore their relationship with Jesus and how that can influence every decision they make.
At St Paul’s we know that being engaged in church is about more than merely attending Sunday services. We want to be a ministry where churched and unchurched students love to attend. We are a ministry that believes growing spiritually doesn’t happen by simply knowing what Jesus says. It happens when we apply what Jesus says. Application happens best within the context of community. To grow spiritually, you have to be connected relationally.
In order to be that kind of church, we need the help of people who share our passion for leading people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Our leaders are passionate about providing activities that engage our students at all levels – body, mind and Spirit. You can find us building Adirondack shelters, painting the walls of storm tattered church buildings that need our loving help, treading water in the ocean while at the same time participating in a conversation about what God is up to in your life.
If you are a student that shares this passion, you can fully engage in the life of our congregation by doing four things: Connect. Serve. Give. Invite.
Growing spiritually doesn’t happen when we know what Jesus says. It happens when we apply what He says. Application happens best within the context of community. To grow spiritually, you have to be connected relationally.