Youth

Have you seen our Christmas Eve Service Schedule for this year?

You can learn more here!


Sunday School

Youth are growing up in a world that is changing faster than it has ever changed before and many are facing struggles with understanding who they are and how to live it out. In addition to teaching Bible stories and theological concepts. We seek to provide a place where youth can feel safe to express themselves in a loving environment.

Confirmation

Youth in 5th-grade experience a year of study as they dive into what it means to profess Christ as their own. They learn the basics of the Christian faith and what it means to be a United Methodist. All leading up to Confirmation on Pentecost Sunday. Students in confirmation can see the online dashboard, current lesson, and the schedule of activities on the Confirmation Dashboard.

Reel Life

Reel Life is a monthly dinner and a movie for our middle and High School youth usually held on the second Sunday of the month from 5:00-8:00.  We will watch a eat dinner, watch a movie, and then have an in depth conversation about the themes in the movie.  Movies that we have watched in the past range from "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Apprentice" and "Wonder". We always tell parents in advance what movie we will be watching in order to let them decide what movies their child will watch.

Generation Change

Generation Change is a series of Bible studies designed to lead teens to a better understanding of God, themselves and their money—and how it all works together. Lesson videos with Dave Ramsey and his daughter, Rachel Cruze, along with engaging hands-on activities, will bring new biblical and financial truths to this generation, making them a generation of change.  You can learn more about what students will learn and why it is so important Here.

ASP

Appalachia Service Project (ASP) is a Christian ministry, open to all people, that fosters human development by addressing the housing needs of Central Appalachia. Each year Covenant joins more than 17,000 other volunteers to repair homes for almost 600 low-income families in rural areas of Central Appalachia. Our goal is to make homes warmer, safer and drier for families in need, while offering transformational experiences for families, volunteers and staff alike.