Youth Ministry

Welcome Youth and Parents!

God is up to something, and we have set up a variety of ways that you can be a part of it. Check out our linktree for registrations, events, and for more information regarding opportunities to join in what God is already up to at FPC!

Youth Summer 2022 Activities


Worship | Sundays | 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. | Sanctuary
Youth Sunday School
| Sundays | 9:40 a.m. | Gathering Place
Festivus Youth Group | Wednesday nights, June 15–August 10
Girls Weekly Bible Study | mid-June & July
Guys Weekly Bible Study | mid-June & July


Camp FPC | rising 7th–8th grade | May 29–June 1
Seniors Leave for West Virginia | rising 12th grade | June 3
West Virginia Mission Trip | rising 9th–11th grade | June 5–10
Barefoot Republic Camp | rising 7th–8th grade | June 13-18
Mystery Trip | graduated seniors | June 24–June 28


Sounds Game | Friday, June 24
Top Golf | Friday, July 1
Girls Lake Trip | Friday & Saturday, July 8–9
Guys St. Louis Trip | Friday & Saturday, July 8–9
Skate Night | Thursday, July 14
Ocoee Rafting Day Trip | Saturday, July 16
Mario Kart Melee | Thursday, July 21
GoKart Fest | Friday, July 29
Dollywood Day Trip | Monday, August 1
NaCoMe Retreat | Saturday & Sunday, August 6–7

Click Here for access to our FPC Youth Online Parent Release Form

Youth Ministry Mission Statement

Led by the Holy Spirit and in partnership with families, the youth ministry of First Presbyterian Church exists to engage 100% of the youth under its care, to teach them and train alongside them to live in Christ, and to send them out as Godly women and men of integrity who join in Christ’s transforming work in their homes, schools, churches, workplaces and worlds.”

Youth Ministry Motto

God’s up to something. Be a part of it.


We are a Christ-centered community marked by compassion, brokenness, grace, worship, mission, and play:

  • Compassionwe seek to be present with and for one another in times of great joy and in times of great pain.
  • Brokenness – we “accept the anxiety of feeling ourselves in suspense and incomplete,” and offer our authentic selves to God and each other, confident that God does not despise a broken spirit.
  • Grace – we are all undeserving recipients of God’s love and acceptance. We strive to offer one another the same extravagant forgiveness and belonging God extends to us in Jesus Christ.
  • Worship – the Holy Spirit gathers us together to experience the Word of God written, proclaimed, and revealed in Jesus Christ through inter-generational community that loves, glorifies and enjoys God together.
  • Mission – we join in Christ’s continuing ministry of reconciliation in the world.
  • Play – we recognize laughter, fun, and joy as markers of a healthy faith community.

Click Here for a digital copy of our FPC Youth 2021-22 Handbook.

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