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Youth


ABOUT US
Trinity E.C. Church of Royersford’s youth program is known as SOULed Out and is for those in grades 7-12th. We are affiliated with Christian Endeavor - Mid Atlantic, an organization established in 1881 that has developed into a world-wide ministry for young people, training them for leadership in the church. Our group’s mission is to lead youth to develop a strong relationship with Christ and to equip them to lead a Christian life by teaching God’s word, fellowshipping with peers, serving in our church and community, and developing godly leadership skills.

We teach Sunday School on Sunday mornings from 9:15-10:15 AM and have Sunday night lessons from 7:00 - 8:30 PM. There we learn about Jesus and how to form a relationship with him. We also learn about life lessons and how to develop our character into becoming more “Christ-like”.

We enjoy fellowship through organized monthly events such as lock-ins, laser tag, bowling, an annual weekend retreat and much more. This fellowship time gives teens an opportunity to spend time with other Christians facing the same challenges they are. Building solid relationships with leaders and peers is a very important component of C.E.

We put our faith into action by serving others through local outreach projects. Lastly, we realize that leadership is learned through experience and therefore we develop essential leadership skills through planned and impromptu activities.

If you ever want to find out what is going on with the Youth Group, we have a bulletin board in the Social Hall Lobby, a web page on the church’s website, or you can speak to any one of the leaders – Karl and Kim Hoffman. The youth leaders at Trinity E.C. Church of Royersford are dedicated to fulfilling the mission God has given us – to develop youth that are passionate for Him. All are welcome to join our youth group and attend our events.


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OUR MINISTRY MISSION STATEMENT
To lead youth to develop a strong relationship with Christ and to equip them to lead a Christian life by teaching God’s word, fellowshipping with peers, serving in our Church and community, and developing leadership skills.


CURRENT LESSON
Lesson - "The New Testament". Is your high school youth group still fuzzy on the "big picture" of God's Word? Burns's in-depth study will help bring Scripture into focus! Covering key events in the New Testament, engaging activities and life applications teach kids about God's unconditional love and grace, being part of God's family, and becoming an agent of change. 

 
EVENTS

· Wednesdays from 7-9:00 pm – Summer Nights

o July 30 – Owens’

o August 6 – Houcks’

o August 13 – Weeks’

*Always welcome to invite friends to these nights of fellowship!*

  • Saturday, August 16th - Friends’ Swim Party – At the Styer Family Home (415 Milford Road, Downingtown, PA), Christian Endeavor is hosting a swim party complete with dinner, games, devotions and fellowship. Time is 4:30-8:00 pm and cost is $3/person. Invite your friends! Please RSVP to me by August 10th. We will meet at the church parking lot at 4pm and return at 8:30pm. (Note: many from SA will be coming to this so it would be a great time to reconnect)
  • Saturday, October 18th – GAiN Mission Project – Christian Endeavor will be going to GAiN again as we had so much fun working at the Distribution Center in Mount Joy. This time we will be participating in food packaging. We are to be at the facility from 1:15-3pm, so we will meet at the church at noon.
  • Friday, October 31st – Light in the Night – We have intentions for the Youth Group to host a Light in the Night event on Halloween. This event creates a “safe zone” and brings God’s light to our community.
  • Friday-Sunday, February 6-8, 2015 – Winter WOW – Pinebrook Retreat, Stroudsburg, PA
 
  • Please note our Youth Group is targeted towards 7th-12th graders.
  • If you have any questions, please contact:
    Kim Hoffman, Youth Leader, at 610-457-4729 or email:
    teccyouthgroup@comcast.net.

     
YOUTH LEADERS
                         
                      Karl and Kim Hoffman