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One United Youth

6th-12th Grade

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One United Youth

We are a community of students in sixth through twelfth grades united for the purpose of growing in God’s love. Church membership is not required to participate in youth activities – everyone is welcome. Our mission is to gather united and spend time in community with each other, grow in Christ by growing in our spiritual walks with small groups and weekly worship and go with a purpose to spread the love of Jesus by serving others locally, nationally, and internationally.

Join us each Sunday from 5pm-7pm in the F Building for One United Youth. Masks are required. Social distancing guidelines will be followed.

Weekly Schedule


9:30–10:30am | Donuts and Discussion (F1)

9:45–10:30am | Youth Choir Practice (E2)

3:45–5pm | Youth Praise Band Practice (F1)

5–7pm | Youth Group ($5 Dinner) (F1)


5–5:30pm | Youth Handbells Practice (E21)

6–7:30pm | Confirmation Classes (Fall) (F1)

6:30–7:30pm | Bible Study (MS & HS Students) (F25)

Upcoming Events

Family Mission Night

October 3, 2021 5:00 pm

Family mission opportunities are a great way to serve together and grow together in your faith. Join us for dinner and some time to explore several different ways you and your family can connect with some of our mission partners. We will have local and international partners participating with real and tangible ways you can get involved as a family in missions work.

Dinner will be $5.00 per person with a family cap of $20.00 and can be paid through this registration form for your convenience or can be paid at the event if you prefer.

Pumpkin Truck Unloading

October 8, 2021 4:00 pm

It’s that time of year. Our pumpkins are scheduled to arrive on Friday, October 8 @ 4pm. Please sign up to let us know you will be in attendance. We need all hands on deck!

Trunk or Treat 2021

October 30, 2021 5:00 pm

A “Trunk or Treat” is a church-sponsored Halloween event. People gather and park their cars on the street or in the parking lot. They open their trunks, or the backs of their vehicles, and decorate them. Then they pass out candy from their trunks. The event provides a safe family environment for trick or treaters, the children of our church, and the community.


Emily Felgenhauer

Director of Youth Ministries

Stephanie Keen

Administrative Assistant (Youth and Neighborhood)

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