If you're wondering where to begin in our youth ministry, IMPACT Youth Rally is the place!
• Come a little early at 5:00 pm for music, basketball, board games and exciting team games, and also as a time to just hang out.
• Everyone is invited to Youth Rally, so please invite your friends! (Grades 6 to 12)
• What to expect: Prayer, powerful worship, challenging devotions, engaging small groups and a lot of fun games and funny skits.
"Breakfast & Bible"
Our Youth Sunday School class for grades 6th thru 12th. Students sit down with some breakfast snacks and God's word as we start the week out right by looking at what God has in store for our lives.
• A variety of teachers and teaching methods.
• A great way to prepare your heart and mind for the worship service.
Our Wednesday night youth Bible study, meeting at 6pm. Youth have a Bible put in their hands and are given direction on how to explore God's word and enjoy God's word.
• We often split Junior and Senior High for various topics.
• Challenging topics and varied teaching methods.
Summer time at Faith Church is where youth get down to business and step up to serve.
What sets our Summer Mission program apart? Two things: Our Focus ... and ... Mission Training.
OUR MISSIONS FOCUS:
We love work projects and building projects and regularly do them on mission trips. But, our main focus is to help jump start youth ministries that are either just starting or are in need of repair. We use drama, music and youth and family rallies to preach the gospel, encourage other believers, and be an example to churches of what a youth ministry focused on Christ can do. Our youth are given the opportunity to share their faith directly, corporately and through their witness.
To apply for missions you must be in at least the 7th grade and at least 12 years old. You must also be a regular attendee of youth ministry activities, including youth rally.
Students are given challenging tasks such as: scripture memorization, sermon evaluations, devotional readings, Scripture reflections, and life applications. They must also learn to present the gospel in a systematic way, and are given both a written and oral evaluation on this.
Returning team members or Former Team Members (FTM's) are given addition tasks and required to write and give their own devotion on the mission field.
Students are also taught very practical skills such as: how to speak to adults, how to initiate conversations, how to shake hands, work ethic, etiquette, and team work.
In the past we have ministered to churches in Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Michigan, Massachusetts, Colorado, Texas, Cayman Islands, and the Bahamas.
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR YOUTH DIRECTOR, JOHN CLEVELAND.