Youth Ministry at Acts 2

For more information about youth ministry, feel free to contact our Youth Director, Jerrod Baker.

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Acts 2 UMC Youth Ministries

Sundays

10:45 a.m. – Jr and Sr High Youth Bible Study

If students attend the 9:15 a.m. service at Acts 2, they are encouraged to participate in the Youth Bible study at 10:45 a.m. Both Jr. High and Sr. High groups will base their discussion on the sermon, so students are encouraged to actively participate in worship and take sermon notes to better facilitate discussion during the 10:45 Bible Study hour. We hope that by providing our students an opportunity to unpack and debrief each sermon with their peers and mentors that they are able to better apply the teachings to their everyday life and find more relevance to their personal discipleship.

Wednesdays

6:30 p.m. – Jr and Sr High Youth

Led by our Youth Director, Jerrod Baker, our Jr. and Sr. High Youth will be meeting from 6:30-8 p.m. on Wednesdays. They will meet together in the chapel for prayer, announcements and icebreakers before dividing into their small groups. Small groups are divided by grade and gender to help facilitate conversation that focuses on developing spiritual disciplines, providing encouragement and accountability, and caring for one another through prayer. Each small group is led by two trained adult mentors.

Youth Service Days

As part of our commitment to the Acts 2 value of Worship +2 – a place to worship, a place to learn and a place to serve – our students have a monthly opportunity to serve together in our local community. Youth Service Day opportunities have included The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, Skyline Urban Ministries, The Hope Center of Edmond, Feed the Children, Penn Avenue Redemption Church, Epworth Villa Retirement Community and WestTown Homeless Resource Campus, among others. These monthly Youth Service Days give our students an opportunity to partner with local service organizations and neighbors in need as we seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus and be part of the transformation of the world.

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