Youth Ministries

The Youth Program at Concord UMC is a strong and ever-growing group of faithful young men and women. Our purpose is to show God’s love through acts of charity and mission to our community, and acts of friendship and love to each other, while also growing our own personal faiths. From hiking trips to sleepovers, from mission trips to movie nights, we are dedicated to following the teachings of Jesus Christ and living out our lives through service, worship, and generosity.

Christian Fusion Youth Group

Our youth meet weekly to share a meal, play some games, and spend time with each other, reflecting on their faiths. All youth are welcome to join.

Middle School meets Fridays, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

High School meets Sundays, 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM

 

Youth Sunday School

Youth Sunday School takes place during the 10:30 AM service, and is taught by James and other parent volunteers. Middle school and high school meets together. Youth Sunday is the 4th Sunday of every month, with the youth leading the worship songs and running the service.

 

Youth Choir

The Youth Choir is open to all youth from 6th to 12th grade. They meet in the Sherrill Hall and practice from 12:00pm to 1:00pm on select Sundays, and serve as the Praise Team on Youth Sundays.

Camps and Mission Trips

Youth have the opportunity to participate in a yearly mission trip, which takes us to various areas in the state of California to assist those especially in need. In past years, we have participated in building trips through Sierra Service Project, prepared and sent out dry meals through Gleanings for the Hungry, and assisted in running a Vacation Bible School in the Redwoods. Scholarships are available for those youth unable to pay their way.

 

Local Missions

Throughout the year, the youth help out their local community in various ways. In the late winter and early spring, youth help at Winter Nights by preparing meals and running activities for the children. In the spring, they spend over a day without food for 30 Hour Famine, raising awareness of world hunger, while serving the community throughout the fast. In the fall, they participate in the annual CROP Walk, which helps to raise money and awareness for homelessness. Youth have also prepared meals for local charities and regularly serve at Glide Memorial in San Francisco.

 

For more information about our youth program, contact our youth director through email.