Youth ministry  for grades 6 to 12

We seek not only to provide an education, but to see that education empowers the youth of today to be the leaders of tomorrow--leaders in the Church, home, community, and place of work.

The Youth Ministry of The Presbyterian Church exists to inclusively engage, joyfully connect and spiritually grow youth in becoming committed disciples.


    Junior and Senior High Youth Meet on the third floor at 9:30am in the Youth Room. Join us for a chance to get to know each other and spend some time learning as we discuss a range of topics from the Bible and the world around us and how they apply to our lives.  DURING THE SUMMER, YOUTH JOIN CHILDREN AND ADULTS IN FELLOWSHIP HALL FOR OUR ALL-TOGETHER.


    Come join us on a Sunday night from 5:00-7:00pm (unless otherwise stated in the youth calendar) for some food games and fellowship while learning together. This is a great space to relax and spend sometime with friends. if you would like to provide and join the youth for dinner you can sign up here.

    We have other events running through the year-check back here for more details as they arise. 


    Our Middle Schoolers attend Montreat Middle school conference each July.  A great week of fellowship and learning. For more information visit Leslee Kirkconnell can also answer questions.  $100 deposit due January 15.


    Every Summer our High schoolers and rising 9th graders have the option to go to the Montreat conference. In 2020 we will go June 13-20, Week 2. It is a time filled with worship, learning, games and fellowship. The cost of the trip is $500 and this covers food, transportation and accommodation. $100 deposit due January 15.  For more information visit


    For more information about youth events, contact David Clarke, Youth Director.  

    Creating a safe environment so all may grow in faith is important to us!  Read our Protection Policy here

    Youth Council:  David Clarke, Leslee Kirkconnell, Barbara Solberg-Hale, Nate Stein, Annette Parkerson, Susan Howard, Ernie Small, and Susan Thomison.