Youth Ministries

Saint Paul Youth

Youth Group is a safe space for all youth and young people to be their best selves. We offer a place free from judgment where together we can gain perspective and grow in our relationships with each other.

We strive to create a welcoming and encouraging community by providing shared learning experiences, active community engagement and opportunity for fellowship. The foundation of all of this is the acknowledgement of God’s presence in our lives and through the example of Jesus Christ we can grow together in both understanding and faith.

Midweek Connect

 
Wednesday Nights from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Each week we offer ice breaker activities, small group discussions, opportunities for fellowship, involvement in community service and engagement in other activities and projects. Join us for weekly gatherings and annual events and come to know what Youth Group is all about. Dinner is available at 5:00 p.m., and youth are encouraged to share a meal with their peers before youth group.

Youth Group

 
Sunday evenings from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. in the Dining Room
On Sunday evenings during the school year, youth gather in the dining room to share a meal, then meet to engage in volunteer and outreach opportunities, and community service projects. Join us for weekly gatherings as we use our hands and feet to serve our neighbors and our local community.

Sunday Discussions

 
Sunday mornings from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. in the Youth Room
Sunday mornings offer students in grades sixth through 12th a place to belong. Come and experience new and engaging opportunities for spiritual growth and life changing relationships with God, self and others. Join us for weekly small group discussions as we explore relevant topics and add depth to your Sunday morning routine.

Youth Mission Trips

 
June 9th - 14th and july 20th - 26th
Our June mission trip takes us to Granby, Colorado. Join us for an exciting and fun filled week serving in the community, participating in small groups, worship, games and recreation, hiking, camp fires, music, fellowship and more.
In July, we'll travel to Camp Friendship in Annandale, Minnesota. This is an incredible opportunity to build empathy, understanding, patience and a new perspective all while having fun at camp. The volunteer program is a one of a kind experience in which teens ages 14 and up assist camp counselors in a wide range of camp activities; music, arts, crafts, pontoon rides, archery, singing camp songs and so much more.

Mitch Connelly
Director of Youth Ministries