Youth Program at Montview
Sundays 9:15 – 10:15 am
We offer an opportunity for Sunday morning spiritual development and teenage connection for 6th-12th grade. We use a lectionary-based scripture and biblical story approach as well as allow the discussion to grow organically from current issues and themes that are important to the students. We tie this biblical study to newspaper articles, current movies, TV shows, stories/problems and moral/ethical issues about which the teenagers are thinking about
Thursdays, September 10 – May 8 from 6:00-8:00 PM
(No Class – November 26, December 24, 31, March 23, 31)
The Confirmation program is offered to teenagers in 8th-12th grade. Spiritual formation and faith development is a lifelong journey. Confirmation is a six month journey where we intentionally talk about their faith and fill their spiritual backpack with all kinds of symbols, tools, conversation and practical applications we think are important for them as they move through this journey. There will be visits to other faith traditions as well. This is a collaborative class where teenagers are encouraged to question, think, serve and grow.
JAM is the 6th-8th grade youth fellowship group that meets from 5:00-6:00 pm every Sunday night in the cellar (some exceptions)
MOB is the 9th-12th grade youth fellowship group that meets from 6:30-8:00 pm every Sunday in the cellar (some exceptions)
Dinner is served by our parent population from 6:00-6:30pm on most Sunday evenings. (some exceptions) Sign-ups HERE.
Jubilate Choir (9-, 10, 11, 12 grades) 5:00 – 6:00 pm in the Choir Rom
Timbrel Choir (6, 7, 8 grades) TBD
Timbrel Choir (3, 4, 5 grades) 5:00 – 6:00 pm in room 205
Our drama group for middle school and high school will be acting and singing their way through the first six weeks of our fall season. They will rehearse an original production of a Biblical story during the Sunday school hour in September and October and perform the story during the 10:30am worship service on October 18.
Parents of Teenagers (POT)
Join this informal group of parents as we become one of your “villages” of support for each other in a safe and friendly setting. The vision of POT includes conversation, self-help, occasional speakers, and education for parents of teenagers.