For more information about the Youth Ministry Program, contact Nancy Hodgkins
Westminster Youth (grades 7-12) enjoy a robust program of education, fellowship and music opportunities. The youth ministry program at Westminster is relational; encouraging faith exploration and formation through meaningful bible study, conversation and lasting relationships with friends and adult leaders.
Grade 7 through Grade 12
Prophets of Change: Together in Times of Transition was the annual theme chosen by the PYC, Westminster's youth leadership team, for the 2020-2021 program year. Throughout the year active participants in the youth fellowship program explored the biblical Prophets, key messages in prophetic literature, environmental stewardship, understanding privilege, and mental health and self-care related to the pandemic.
Youth Fellowship will resume on Sunday, September 12.
Westminster has two youth fellowship groups: a Junior High group (grades 7 & 8) and a Senior High group (grades 9 - 12). The two groups have regular meetings on Sunday evenings enjoying a well-balanced program of activities that focus on fellowship, worship, study and small group conversations.
A typical Sunday evening schedule begins with dinner, a gathering time for singing, and introduction to our topic for the night. Youth then move into small groups for activities and conversation. At the end of the evening all the youth returned to Fellowship Hall for closing circle, our ritual time of sharing and prayer.
Sunday mornings, from 9:00 to 9:45 a.m.
Offered annually, this class is open to all senior high youth (grades 9-12) who wish to explore their faith and what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ at Westminster Presbyterian Church. The 2022 Confirmation Class will begin on September 12. This class is led by Associate Pastor Nancy Hodgkins.
Sunday mornings, from 10:55 to 11:30
Resumes on Sunday, September 12
The Youth Class coordinated by Joseph Shonle, is for students in grades
7-12. The class enjoys a mixture of bible study and theological reflection.