As a youth group we are committed to being respectful to all that enters our doors. We will support one another through encouragement, accountability and love. We recognize to fully commit to this we must be honest with each other and be present in one another’s lives.
Youth group is for all students in middle school and high school.
Right now, our youth group gathers on Sunday mornings for Sunday school (focused more on learning about scripture and faith topics) and then on Wednesday evenings at for dinner, games, and sharing (focused more on community and relationship-building). See below for our weekly schedule and where you can find out more.
Youth Choir also meets Wednesday nights, right after youth group, and we have a dance group that meets on Sunday evenings.
Grace and Peace,
Sunday School meets in room 211 on Sundays at 9:45am, between our two worship services at 8:30am and 11:00am. During the summer months we go to one worship service at 9:30am, and Sunday School meets at 10:45am.
Rooted Youth Group meets every Wednesday night at 5:30pm for dinner, games, and sharing. Pick up is at 7:00pm unless staying for Youth Choir.
Youth Choir is at 7:00pm until 7:45pm in room 200. The youth choir attend a music arts camp every summer, and regularly participate in our Sunday morning worship times.
Remind allows you to get reminders and last-minute info via text message. You can choose to get text reminders, or download the app.
Discord is a private server, and we have set up and organized it for ongoing interaction with prayer boards, places to ask faith questions, parent spaces, and more. Please follow this link to join
Facebook: Join our ROOTED Saint Paul’s Facebook page where we often have parent conversations for planning and ideas, and event pages will remind you what is upcoming.
Email: and finally, sign up for our email list, ROOTED News, to make sure you receive parent emails about what we are learning about and what is upcoming.
All announcements are shared across all platforms. Pick the one that you like to use and make sure you have notifications on.
In order to participate in the youth program, we ask everyone to have a current medical release form on file. Your first time visiting we will also ask for a family information sheet and for kids to sign a youth covenant. All of these forms can be obtained by attending a youth event, or you can fill them out here ahead of time. The medical release form does need to be notarized! We have a member of our church staff that can do that for you anytime during regular business hours.