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Integrative Youth Ministry at Second 2
Transcript of Integrative Youth Ministry at Second 2
serving or intending
to unify separate things
combining and coordinating
diverse elements into a whole
Integration of faith & life
in a life of faith
The church and culture as a whole
have done a great job focusing on and attempting
to meet the
of people in each stage of life.
What can be lost along the way are the vital
with others who are not a part of each unique cohort.
These connections are vital for healthy development & community.
has found that the number one predicting factor
for the successful navigation of adolescence is a meaningful connection with
one caring adult
outside of the family.
The church is
to make a serious
effort toward "combining and coordinating
diverse elements (generations)
Sundays 8:15; 9:30; 10:35; 11:00; 6:00
Liturgists & Speakers
Moments for Discipleship
Service of Blessing, Baptism
Special Seasonal Services
Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, etc.
Service of Candlelight and
Carols - Christmas Eve
Committees, Serving at Baptism,
instrumentalists, vocalists, Second Winds, Wednesday night music, Youth Suite art, art installations
Church-wide Service Projects
Souper Bowl of Caring
Fall Service Day
Spring Service Day
Trek - high school study
Middle school Sunday am
Footsteps of Faith
High school Sunday am
Board of Deacons
Year Round Food Drive
Christmas Ugly Sweater Parties
Open Mic Night
Church Service Days
Middle School Winter Trip
Great Wolf Lodge
High School Winter Retreat
equip for lifelong faith, investigate
calling, receive a blessing, travel in
footsteps of early church
Middle School Service Trip
High School Service Trips
Spirit Shuttle Drivers
Service of Confirmation
Food Collection Rally
Church School Leadership
Member Night and Community Day
about culture through media
walking through the story of Scripture
a confirmation experience
indepth look at the intersection
of faith and life
engaging minds through
questions of faith
Food Pantry Volunteers
Fall Kickoff Events
Dave and Busters Event
Spring Break Bowling
Habitat for Humanity
if you have any questions or concerns about youth ministries at Second,
please contact Brian Shivers, Stephanie Bewley, or Tyler Wolfcale.
Youth Ministries at Second
is a space where middle and high school students
gather not to witness an event
but to be a part of something bigger than themselves
where everyone belongs and all are welcomed.
Youth Ministries at Second Presbyterian Church
seeks to provide middle and high school students (grades 6-12)
with a welcoming, safe, and encouraging community,
which gives space for faith discovery, spiritual growth,
dedication to Jesus Christ,
and full engagement in the corporate life of
Second Presbyterian Church.
through worship, as we praise and glorify God;
through mission, as we embody God’s love in service to the world;
through discipleship, as we listen for God’s Word;
through giving, as we express gratitude to God;
through fellowship, as we love and care for one another.
Second Presbyterian Church is
a welcoming community of faith where Jesus Christ transforms lives:
We believe this can best be accomplished through the integration of all youth into the broader life of the church
by their full participation in
youth ministry programs;
service opportunities and trips;
development of community initiatives;
Christian education offerings;
church-wide stewardship efforts;
and the church's institutional structure
(ministry teams, committees, board of deacons, etc.)
In all we do, we seek to be…
– Embodying the love and acceptance of God;
– Welcoming and inviting everyone to participate;
– Engaging youth in the broader life of Second Church.