Youth

The goal of WMPC Youth is to bring young people together in a life of

FAITH,

ACTION,

and INTENTIONAL COMMUNITY.

We seek to address the spiritual, emotional, and social needs unique to youth. We want to create a safe and nurturing space for teenagers and their leaders to gather together and share their celebrations and concerns.

Our desire is that everyone involved with this ministry might encounter Christ so that all of us may grow in fellowship and discipleship.

Youth Ministry Values

Welcoming

Practicing radical hospitality to engage youth in relationships

Relevant

Meeting youth where they are in their lives, in their language, modeling Christian living

Integrated into the Life of the Church

Youth are visible, excited participants alongside their church family in a lifelong journey of faith

Sunday Morning

Sunday School and other Faith Formation activities, like Confirmation are a priority at White Memorial.

Trips

Mission trips such as Appalachian Service Project (ASP) and fun community building trips are a cornerstone of our program.

Evening Programs

Evening programs give our youth the opportunity to build relationships within the church.

Forms

Youth forms of all kinds.

Safe Sanctuary

White Memorial is a Safe Sanctuary Community. We are called to create a community of faith were children, youth and adults grow safe and strong. All teachers and volunteers must complete Safe Sanctuary training and submit to a background check.

Stay Connected

High School
To receive DAY OF REMINDERS via text messages concerning the High School Youth Events at White Memorial text @wmpchsy to 81010

Middle School
To receive DAY OF REMINDERS via text messages concerning the Middle School Youth Events at White Memorial text @wmpcmsy to 81010

Confirmation
To receive DAY OF REMINDERS via text messages concerning the Confirmation 2020-2021 at White Memorial text @wm-conf21 to 81010

Weekly Email Newsletter
To be added to the one-stop-shop weekly emailed youth newsletter, email Deb Smith, Administrative assistant for youth ministry.

Volunteer in Youth Ministry
To teach Sunday School, be a Sunday night youth adviser, small group leader or trip chaperone, email Deb Smith, Administrative assistant for youth ministry.