The first study will be Becoming a Young Man of God by Ken Rawson.
From the time they’re born, boys are given a “code” to live by: don’t cry, don’t play with dolls, don’t be a wimp…you get the picture. For a middle school guy, it’s tough enough to figure out what it means to just be yourself―let alone how to become a man.
Becoming a Young Man of God is an eight-week study that will help them discover what it really means to be a man.
Middle School Girls will study J. D. Grear’s The Book of Ephesians. J. D. digs into the text of Ephesians verse-by-verse and challenges believers to live out the gospel. If the people of your city, of your school, of your family are going to hear the gospel, it’s going to be from your mouth. Encounter Ephesians, and get swept up into the story of Jesus. Led by Sally Key and Tonya Badcock.
Come and join us for games, fellowship, worship, an encouraging Word from Scripture, and small groups each Sunday night from 5:30pm-7:30pm.
There’s a snack supper provided for only $1. You can’t beat that!
MISSION: To grow the Faith of Youth
St. Paul Youth (SPY) is our ministry aimed at 7th-12th graders. Our goal is to walk through life with students hoping and believing that they can know Jesus personally and learn what a relationship with Him looks like.
Jesus says is John 10:10, “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” We believe that teenagers can experience life in Christ to the FULL, and that we will do everything we can to make that a reality for every kid that walks through our doors.
meets in The Fellowship Hall (M220) AND The Contemporary Worship Center (M270)