"For you, O Lord, are my hope, my trust, O Lord, from my youth."
The youth ministry at Aletheia Church exists to supplement and support families by reinforcing our young people with the gospel and all its implications. Currently, we meet twice a month: The 1st Sunday during the service and once mid-month for an off-site gathering as well as periodic events and activities organized to facilitate community among the youth.
SUNDAY MORNING MEETINGS
Generally, we meet on the first Sunday of each month during the service for a time of fun, community and gospel-centered teaching, with classes for 4th/5th Grade as well as Middle School. Drop off and pick up will be in the band/art rooms at EMHS. We currently going through the Gospel Project curriculum, see below for more information.
MID-MONTH YOUTH GROUP
Once in the middle of each month, we will gather as a youth group at the BCM building for a time of games, food and recentering around the gospel. There is no cost, and food is provided. See events for more information on the next meeting!
At least once a quarter, we offer shared experiences through engaging activities that help unify us as a group and strengthen community bonds, through which we can speak and live the gospel to one another. Check out our events to see what is coming next.
Each student needs to have a consent and medical release form on file. You can fill this out online by clicking here.
Any ministry is only as effective as the people involved who are using their gifts and abilities to further the kingdom. According to Ephesians 4, part of any ministry exists to build and equip God’s people for and through service. That means that every part of youth work at Aletheia works to reach the youth, but also build those who participate.
All youth volunteers have been vetted through a background check as well as having a heart to reach our youth with the gospel. If you would like to volunteer to work with our youth, please fill out a Youth Information Form as well as complete a background check. Afterwards, someone will be in contact with you with next steps!
On Sunday mornings, we are going through the Gospel Project curriculum as a way of centering our youth around the gospel story and all its implications for living a Christ-centered life in our city. You can learn more about this incredible material here: https://www.gospelproject.com/students/
If you have any questions about the curriculum or any of our policies, contact the Aletheia youth director at email@example.com.