st. paul's youth

We believe children represent the future of the Church. Youth groups provide safe, supervised opportunities for young people of all ages to join together to learn more about God's plan for their lives through fellowship, outings, service projects and JUST PLAIN FUN! 


For questions or more information, please contact Katie Funderburk, Director of Youth Ministries.


grade school youth (k-5th grade)

Our Grade School Youth program is dedicated to supplementing the family and caregivers in their callings to lay a spiritual foundation that will grow a child's relationship with God through Jesus Christ. We are an active bunch playing games, making crafts and participating in a plethora of activities. Through everything we do, we learn the Good News that there is a God who loves each one of us!


middle school (6th-8th)

For our Middle School Youth, our program is designed to help students grow in their understanding of what it means to follow Jesus. We have an awesome (and sometimes crazy . . .) time when we meet. We get to do a lot of cool things from lock-ins to movies to service projects to parties to excursions. Along the way, we dive into God's Word and grow closer together as we grow closer to Jesus. 

high school youth (9th-12th)

Our High Youth Program offers older teens opportunities to meet friends and grow in their relationship with God in a relaxed, accepting and welcoming environment. We have a blast hanging out, going out, lifting each other up in prayer, and studying and applying God's Word to our own lives. While our youth group is a place to have fun, it is also, more importantly, a place to ask questions, and learn what the Bible says about issues that are important to our generation.

girl scouts (K-12th)

"Girl Scouting is for every girl, everywhere - where today's girl can become tomorrow's leaders." We are blessed to have Girl Scout Troop 743 which serves the Daisy (Kindergarten), Brownie (1-3rd grade), Juniors (4th-6th grade), and teens (7th-12th grade). Girl Scouting is not only about fun and friendship, but it also involves providing service opportunities that build character and self-esteem. For more information, please contact Nicole Amos, Girl Scout Leader and Coordinator.


This year Emma Amos' Gold Award Project was building a Fire Pit at the Picnic Shelter.  St. Paul's is thankful she chose to improve the church grounds.  What a wonderful opportunity to enhance fellowship gatherings.


For step by step instructions on building a Fire Pit and pictures from Saturday, June 16, 2018 please click on the link: Masonry for Girls Brochure