Dedicated to the healthy development of our youngest

Through unique weekly, monthly, and annually rotating programs, we seek to care for the youngest in our community by offering safe peer groups to explore their faith and grow as people.

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Competitive & Casual Games

1st Sunday of each month, Sept - May


CONGRATS to SENIOR HIGH our 2018-19 champions!

NEW SEASON STARTS Sept 1, 6:30pm - 8:00pm.

It’s junior high vs. senior high in a series of competitions as they compete for the Youth Group Trophy awarded at the end of the year banquet.

Trophy awarded on June 7, 6:00pm at our End of Year Banquet/Party


From 12:00pm to 1:30pm, parents and their children (aged 11 and under) are invited to join us for lunch and games in the Garden Court.


Rotating Curricula

2nd Sunday of each month, Sept - May, 6:30pm - 8:30pm.

Youth development programs which study and explore faith, human sexuality, and compassion.

2019-2020: Confirmation, an 8th - 10th grade R.P.G. Utilizing elements of role-play games, confirmands will be led through a series of quests to explore and discover their faith, as they level-up.

2018-19: O.W.L. (Our Whole Lives) groups for teens to learn and explore how to live their values as a sexual being.


Focus Groups

3rd Sunday of each month, Sept - May

Age-appropriate experiential learning opportunities, driven by the interests and passions of the group.


From 4:30pm - 6:00pm, junior high (6th - 8th grade) engages with community building activities to develop skills of communication and confidence.


From 6:30pm - 8:30pm, senior high (9th - 12th grade) is challenged to think about their place in our world.

2019-20: TBD by the youth, on Sept 15

2018-19: Exploring how to seek justice for those caught in racist social systems.


Outdoors/Wilderness Ministries

Intergenerational Retreat – A summer weekend at a lodge, on a lake, for all ages

Endless Summer Camp at Clearwater – For grades 3 – 12, to spend a week doing all the fun camp things away from modern technology, (swimming, boating, singing, etc).

“Fire & Ice” – Beginning in the 7th grade, youth and adults are challenged to find their limits, with rustic cabin camping at the northern boundary waters in January.