pointing the world to Christ through love and service ...
(Youth at MissionFuge camp in Charleston, SC 2015)
MBC provides a variety of ministries for students in grades 6-12, including weekly Bible study classes, small groups, mission projects, and too many fun activities to list here. The Youth group is a family of middle and high school students eager to grow and learn through Christ; with a heart for making a difference in the lives of others and caring for one another. See Evan Rowe our Youth Minister or any of our teens for more information. We have Sunday School for middle and high school youth at 9:45am. Zach Rankin is the Minister of Youth.
Wednesday Night Youth – 6:45pm
Sunday Night Youth – 5pm
Sunday School at 9:45AM @ 122 S. Turner Street Youth House
Mission Fuge Camp
Please contact Zach Rankin (firstname.lastname@example.org) to sign up ASAP. A $75 deposit is due to reserve a spot for youth summer camp. This year’s trip is to Greenville, SC. The dates of the camp are June 24 – June 30. We need to know by Thursday morning how many are planning on going this year to camp. We need to register this week.YOUTH BOOSTER CLUB
Want to help the Youth Ministry program
grow at MBC? Come be a part of
the Youth Booster Club. The Booster
Club will help with planning social
outings for the youth as well as plan
for the Sunday night meal. Please
email Evan with any questions
YOUTH CAMP DEPOSIT DUE
Sunday, February 1, 2018
$50 Deposit due for summer camp
YOUTH MISSIONFUGE CAMP
June 25th—30th, 2018
Contact Zach Rankin (email@example.com) or the church office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a complete copy of the youth fall schedule.
The Youth Facebook page is designed to inform the students and parents via social media of upcoming youth events and church news. It’s a closed group and member requests will be sent to one of the administrators of page to accept your request.
YOUTH SPOTLIGHT – ERIN McQUEEN
Erin McQueen has almost completed her project for her Girl Scout Gold Award (comparable to Eagle Scout in the Boy Scout system) and her service project to develop a community meditation garden on the grounds here at Midway Baptist Church. She completed her first phase which was to collect 400 pounds of plastic tops to make a bench. Erin, June Baker, and Girl Scout troop leader, Tonya Lee, (and a few others) headed to Evansville, Indiana to turn in the tops. They enjoyed the trip and were very excited to finally see the bench.
Erin wants to thank Evan who was at the church and was available to lift the very heavy 187 pound bench from the trailer. The bench will be placed in the front of the church, in the area near the dogwood tree as a place for not only the church but those in the community to enjoy. Erin would like to thank Tonya and Mike Lee for driving to Indiana, Boy Scout Troop 1 for letting her use their trailer, and all who helped her collect the 400 pounds of bottle caps. Make sure you check out the garden coming soon and admire the wonderful bench.