Youth

We believe that God is doing special work in the lives of young people, which is why we offer programs for youth in Grades 6-12. It’s a time when they begin to realize God’s unique plan for them and start to take ownership of their own faith journey. This process often involves lots of questions, doubts, and breakthroughs, and we love walking alongside youth as they seek answers and discover what it means to follow Jesus.

While your teenager may have never been part of a church before, if you’d like your youth to experience a welcoming and encouraging community, we invite them to join us! Our youth leadership team of dedicated staff and volunteers lead relevant discussions, Bible studies, games, and activities. The meaningful friendships they form during their time in Youth Ministry will positively influence your youth in a life-lasting way.  

For more information, please contact Youth Minister Dylan Ziegler.

Join Us

Sunday Youth Services (9:30 am and 11:00 am)
Our primary youth services take place during each main service at St. Paul’s. We offer a discussion-based worship service for the youth every week while the parents attend church. We gather, worship, pray, and study the same Scripture that is being preached and make it fun and relevant for their stage of life.  

Wednesday Youth Group (7-9 pm)
Every Wednesday at 7 pm from September to June, youth are invited to come to our Midweek Youth Group. We meet at the church for an informal and relaxing time of games, music, snacks, teaching, and discussion. 

Youth Music Program

The goal of St. Paul’s Youth Music program is to raise up musicians who feel confident making music in a church setting. By the time they graduate high school, our youth musicians will have the skills they need to be an asset to the music program at any church they choose to attend.  

Youth practice reading, improvising, arranging, and performing both contemporary and traditional church music. They provide the music for the Wednesday Youth Group, Sunday Morning Services (both youth and adult services), and often get invited to play outside of St. Paul’s at retreats, conferences, and other events.  

To register your child for the Youth Music Program, contact Ian Koiter.

Want to stay connected with our Youth Ministry?  

The best way to keep up with what is happening at the St. Paul’s Youth Ministry is to check this page. We will keep it updated with information on all upcoming events including digital forms and signups.

You can also follow our Instagram for highlights from recent activities.