Staying Involved While Socially Distant
Thanks for your patience as we slowly get back to normal during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Youth Group is meeting in person for Sunday School! Please register below if you plan to attend:
You can also participate in Zoom youth gatherings by contact Pastor Brittany: firstname.lastname@example.org
The JCUMC Youth program ministers to middle school and high school students with outreach continuing throughout their college years. They meet on the third floor of the education building, also known as the “Youth Floor.” Designed to be a welcoming place for teens, youth gathers there regularly to share in worship, study and have fun. Students are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of experiences that build faith and strengthen their relationships with God, family, community and each other.
As graduated high school students head off to college, the College Ministry Team reaches out to keep them connected to their home church. Birthday cards, letters in the mail with gift cards, and gatherings during the school year let students know that they are loved, supported, and are still an important part of the JCUMC church family.
WHEN WE MEET
The Youth Ministry of Johns Creek UMC provides a number of ways for middle and high school students to be involved throughout the year.
Learn More about the different programs we have to offer.
During semester breaks, college-age students are invited to get together for a social evening of fun and fellowship. A summer mission trip also provides an opportunity for them to stay connected to their church and each other in a meaningful way. College students are welcomed and encouraged to attend Sunday school whenever they are home. Learn More
EPiC! is a low-sensory, community-focused ministry that offers social activities for exceptional teens and adults that may have special needs or difficulties in typical social situations, and for typical peers and chaperones.
The Connect program is a resource open to all parents and guardians within the surrounding community who seek to learn how to talk with their youth about modern day struggles. Each session is led by a local professional who will focus on a relevant topic.
The youth ministry sends out a weekly email communication to keep students and parents updated on announcements, activities, and events. Updates include links to event registration forms and calendars that make it convenient for everyone to access or print all of the current information at home.