Youth Ministries

 

Harmony Youth Opportunities

 

Mission Trip 2018

  • What: The goal of Harvest of Hope is to educate participants concerning the domestic and global hunger problem; encouraging them to make lifelong commitments to being part of the solution.
  • Where: Lynchburg, VA
  • When: June 21-24
  • Who: Rising 6th through 12th graders
  • How Much: $125
  • The Experience Includes:
  • Gleaning: Participants at Harvest of Hope glean crops each morning, donating the produce to local food banks and soup kitchens.
  • Study: Participants learn about domestic and global hunger. Through a variety of educational tools, coupled with the physical labor of gleaning, they begin to see that one person really can make a difference.
  • Worship: The nondenominational worship helps bring into focus the relationship between faith and service to the poor. Participants from many different faith traditions join together in worship, showing our love by our unity.
  • Meals: Good nutritious meals provide an introduction to a simple, healthy lifestyle. As part of a healthy lifestyle participants also covenant to abstain from junk food and soda for the entire event.
  • Commitment: Harvest of Hope is just the beginning! Participants are encouraged to take what they experience back home with them so they might impact their families, communities, and churches. Harvest of Hope challenges people of faith to respond to the call of the gospel to feed the poor, and to make service a lifestyle, rather than a once-a-year event.
  • To sign up click this link: 2018 Mission Trip Sign Up

 

Middle and High School Sunday School Classes

In both Middle and High School Sunday School we will be following The Gospel Project Curriculum. The Gospel Project for Students is a Christ-centered, chronological study that will take your students on a journey through the storyline of Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation. Along the way, students will discover the big picture of what God has been doing throughout redemptive history, and what it means for them. This is a three year curriculum that we started in late spring 2017.

Join us for Sunday School each week, 9:45am-10:45am on Sundays in the Loft.

Youth Group

 

Join us for Youth Group each week, 5pm-7:30pm on Sundays in Driscoll Hall. Middle and high school students are welcome.

Youth Mission Opportunities this Fall:

  • Backpack Buddies: Packing backpack meals each week in Youth Group.

 

 

See complete descriptions and sign up information for each of the following events at the Harmony Youth Website: https://harmonyumcyouthgroup.shutterfly.com/

 

 

To see the youth calendar and sign up for events, go to our new share site: https://harmonyumcyouthgroup.shutterfly.com

Youth Group Dinners

Sign up here to provide a youth group dinner during the year: Youth Group Dinner

 

 backpack

The youth group will be continuing their support of local elementary school students by participating in Backpack Buddies. In Loudoun County alone, there are approximately 11,330 children that need food assistance. Each week the youth pack 8-12 bags that provide meals for the children over the weekend.