At Trinity Youth we’re all about seeing every youth grow into a life-long, mature, disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ (Matt. 28:18-20). This involves:
- Intentionally fostering a daily relationship with Jesus Christ through spiritual disciplines (1 Tim. 4:7)
- Understanding the Gospel, and sharing it with boldness (Eph. 6:19-20)
- Thinking biblically (Rom. 12:1-2)
- Growing in Christian virtue (Prov. 10:9)
- Becoming a productive contributor in society (Col. 3:23)
- Serving as an active member within the local church (Rom. 12:3-8)
- Being prepared to cultivate a biblical family life (Eph. 5:22-6:4)
Who’s invited? Grade 6-12 students (all students must be born within the years 2004-2010).
Who Can Be @ Youth Group Policy
The goal of the youth ministry is to make life-long, mature, disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ. This involves creating a safe place for the youth. A part of creating a safe place is drawing appropriate lines as to who can and can’t be present at a youth group night.
Similar to how only men can be at a men’s breakfast, or only women can be at a women’s breakfast, it is also true that only youth and approved youth leaders are allowed to be at youth group nights unless special permission is given by the Youth Director before the youth evening. This policy is to ensure safety, intentional discipleship, and integrity within the ministry.
The youth ministry is very intentionally structured and transparent. To learn more and to subscribe to weekly youth updates please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
When do I need to be there? Where am I going? Trinity Youth is meeting this Fall at our facility on Lobsinger Line. Youth nights are Wednesday evenings, twice a month, from 7pm – 9pm. Please use the rear entrance when dropping off and picking up the youth.
The Youth Ministry uses a rolling monthly schedule that typically follows this pattern:
Wednesdays of the Month
1st – Church wide Prayer Meeting
2nd – Youth Night
3rd – Church wide Prayer Meeting
4th – Youth Night
If there is a 5th Wednesday in a month, this would be a night off from Youth and Small Group Ministry.
Check the church calendar, or email email@example.com for more information.
What do you do? On a Youth Night, everyone hangs out in the Worship Center for the first 10 minutes or so, then we will usually have a short worship service (sing praises to God, hear from the Word of God), and then we break off into gender and grade specific small groups.
Feeling nervous about coming? We want you to know that you will be welcomed and cared for. You will meet other Christian youth, have fun, and be challenged to grow in your worship of Jesus Christ!
We can’t wait to see you at Youth!
“But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and forever! Amen.”-2 Peter 3:18