The Senior High Youth group, serving youth in 9th through 12th grades, focuses on faith, service, and fellowship. Two Sunday afternoons each month at 3:00 p.m., we
gather as a group, perform service in the St. Louis community, explore
matters of faith, and have fun! In addition to Sundays, we regularly have other fun and service-related activities, such as our weekend camping trip to "Deutsch's Cabin" on the Gasconade River. (See photos, left and below).
J2A (Journey to Adulthood)
– Sunday mornings provide youth opportunities for deepening their faith
and reflecting on their development as mature
Each fall and winter, overnight retreats provide
opportunities for group bonding, faith-based activities, and great
Mission trips –
A series of mission trips (urban, rural, international, and Native
American) challenges youth to live out their faith in service to
others. Summer 2010 was the year for a trip to the Cherokee Nation in Talequah, OK. In June 2009, 29 youth and 8 leaders traveled to Guatemala to work with God’s Child Project building homes, working in a homeless shelter and infant malnutrition center. Read more about the trip from one of the adults who accompanied the group by clicking here.
Newcomers are always welcome. For more information about Senior High programming, contact Kevin Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-961-2393.