The Fellowship Youth Group exists to help teenagers know, honor, and treasure God.
We believe the Lord has uniquely equipped the local church to support this mission through accurately teaching the Bible and personally modeling biblical discipleship across the generations.
We love teenagers and love to share the Bible with them! We’ve been married for ten years and have three kids: Ella, Nora, and Jude. We love sports, music, reading, and pretty much everything outdoors. If we can help you in any way, please feel free to contact us.
Three core values especially guide the way we invest in the teenagers at FBC:
1. Authority and Centrality of the Bible
God grows us by the Bible (Acts 20:32; 2 Timothy 3:16–17), so we labor to make it the core focus of our Youth Ministry. We want the Bible to be the center of our faith and practice, so we seek to teach it accurately and clearly and to obey it in our everyday lives.
2. Parental Responsibility
We believe that God entrusts parents with the primary responsibility of teaching His truth to their children (Deuteronomy 6:5–9; Ephesians 6:4) and that the local church should encourage their efforts. We long to support, encourage, and come alongside parents as they carry out their God-given responsibility.
3. Church Integration
We believe that whole-family involvement in the church is the best environment for teenagers. We view the youth ministry as part of the larger church body. The New Testament commends cross-generational edification (Titus 2:1–8).
Youth Group Activities
We seek to train the next generation to know and love God through a variety of ministries.
Sunday School: Sundays At 10:00am
Sunday School is the primary focus of our Youth Group. We engage in deep Bible study to help the teens:
- Know God and understand His words
- Love God and worship Him
- Apply the Bible to real life
Monthly SNAC Attacks
We host SNAC (Sunday Night After Church) Attacks on the 2nd Sunday of the month from 6–8pm. We love to hang out together! During a typically SNAC Attacks we:
- Play games
- Eat snack food
- Spend a few minutes in the Bible
We host more involved activities about once a quarter. Past activities include things like:
- Game Nights
- Scavenger Hunts
- Service Days
- Christmas Parties
Pioneer Bible Camp
We encourage our teens to participate at Pioneer Bible Camp, our local camp just up the road from our church.