Sunday Mornings 10-11:15 AM
Similar to the Middle School class, the High School students begin in the worship service with their families. We encourage students to participate in the service, by leading the Call to Worship, reading scripture, or assisting with the Time for the Young. After the Time for the Young, the students head downstairs to their class in the Forum Room.
The High School class uses the NOOMA Curriculum, a series of short films that explore our world from Jesus’ perspective. NOOMA offers a fresh and compelling look at his teachings, and is an invitation to search, question, challenge, and inspire. High school is a time to question everything—we hope you will join the conversation! For more detailed information, check out nooma.com.
Sunday Evenings 7-8:30 PM
Join our High School students for a safe, parent-free time of games and discussions about life in all its forms. We start by reading a story that sets the topic for the night. Topics range anywhere from friends, family, college, and decision-making, to drugs, racism, and current news. After the story is read, we discuss questions which tie it to life and our spiritual journey. We wrap up the night with a song and a time of reflection and prayer around candles. As part of being a “Safe Church” two adults are always present.
For a full listing of upcoming youth events, check out our Children & Youth Events page.
Youth Progressive Dinner
7th -12th grade
The teens celebrate Christmas, under the supervision of our Youth Minister and other adult volunteers by walking between several members’ homes to enjoy appetizers, dinner, and dessert. It is a fun bonding event that often involves trekking through snow to get to the food!
Youth Ski Trip
Each January students, adult chaperones and our Youth Minister, enjoy a weekend of skiing, prayer, fun, and reflection. For many this is the highlight of the year! Students become eligible for the trip by earning “ski points” by volunteering at church events.
Toward the end of the school year, church youth spend the night in the church just before leading worship on Youth Sunday.
Youth Mission Trip
Each year, usually during February or April school break, our High School students travel to a domestic or international site for service projects and to learn about the world, ourselves, and how we can use our gifts to help others. A recent mission trip involved helping with house projects in Germantown, a economically-disadvantaged area of Philadelphia.
Read about our Family and Children’s Ministry for younger children.