Youth and Families would like to invite you all to a car parade to celebrate our seniors.
June 7th, 2020 from 5-5:30 p.m.
Some questions you may have:
What is a car parade? Drive through the St. Philip parking lot in your car. Honk and wave. If you get really ambitious feel free to decorate your car or have a sign.
Can I give things to the seniors? We will have baskets for you to drop cards, well wishes, etc in.
Can I hug the seniors? Unfortunately, no. This is a no contact event. We are keeping everyone safe by waving from a distance.
Do I need to stay the whole time? Nope. Drive through and give the seniors a wave. Then be on your way.
In the St. Philip Youth Group you can find a place to belong, to serve, to love and be loved.
Our church doesn’t believe that you have to “grow-up” to become a leader; we believe Youth play an important role as leaders in our faith community today. Together we grow in faith, have fun, and serve our neighbors. Our time together builds strong connections between our Youth Group, the church, and the community.
St. Philip offers Sunday School Programs for all youth. The learning process is tailored to each of the 3 age groups within our Youth Group.
Sunday School occurs every Sunday at 9:15-10:15 a.m.
(6th to 12th grade)
The Youth Group meets most Sunday nights at 5:00 p.m.
We eat dinner together and have an activity. The Youth help plan the yearly calendar with equal events in mission, fellowship, and spirituality. Most Sundays we close with prayer by 7:00 p.m. For more information, or a schedule, please contact the Associate Pastor through the Church Office.
(6th to the 8th grades)
Each week, this group meets in the Loft at 9:15 a.m. to discuss Scripture and age appropriate topics as theyrelate to faith.
(10th to 12th grades)
These youth meet in the Youth Hall each Sunday to discuss Scripture, the lectionary text, and questions of faith.
Confirmands and their sponsors meet in the Conference Room each Sunday, from August to May, to dig deeper into their faith and to learn what it truly means to be a Presbyterian.