Upcoming Activities

Sunday Middle School Church Class from 9:15 to 10:15 am in Room 305 (Sixth to Eighth Grades): All youth in middle school (Grades 6 -8) are welcome to join us for a time to reflect on your week, navigate scripture, and strengthen friendships.

Sunday Middle School (Sixth to Eighth Grades) and High School (Ninth to Twelfth Grades) Youth Groups from 12:00 to 1:30 pm in the Youth Lounge: Youth are split into Middle School and High School Youth Group, and each group meets every other week. Meet first for lunch in the kitchen and then head upstairs. Youth parents, there are spots available to provide lunch or a heavy snack. Please contact Linda McReynolds (lmcreynolds108@gmail.com) to sign-up.

Sunday, April 2: Middle School & High Youth Groups Meet for Youth Sunday Planning

Sunday, April 9: No Youth Fellowship (Spring Break)

Sunday, April 16: No Youth Fellowship (Easter)

Sunday, April 23: Middle School & High Youth Groups Meet for Youth Sunday Planning

Sunday, April 30: Youth Sunday is Sunday, April 30! Join us as the youth lead both services. During the 10:30 service, we will also recognize our graduating seniors. We are so proud of all of you!

High School Youth Choir: This choir, geared towards youth in high school, will rehearse three times, and then sing in worship once. The music will be geared towards young adults with varied ability levels.

  • April 23 - Rehearsal after Worship, 11:45 am - 12:15 pm
  • April 30 - Rehearsal after Worship, 11:45 am - 12:15 pm
  • May 7 - Rehearsal after Worship, 11:45 am - 12:15 pm
  • May 14 -  Rehearsal at 10:00 am, Sing in 10:30 service

Youth Alternative Fundraising Opportunity: Our youth have set-up our Envelope Fundraiser on the bulletin board outside the Educator’s Office. There are 100 envelopes numbered 1-100. Feel free to take an envelope, put in the amount on the front, and put the envelope in the offertory plate or give to a Youth Committee member. There will be a special note of thanksgiving from one of our youth. If all envelopes are taken, we have the capacity of raising over $5,000.

Youth Events: If youth or parents have ideas for activities, events or projects, either off campus or in homes, please let us know, and we will support you as you organize it! Contact Kori and the youth committee. 

JOIN OUR YOUTH MINISTRY TEAM: As always, we welcome the involvement of parents and other church members in our youth programs. We welcome your commitment to our leaders of tomorrow. There are advisor opportunities and openings on the Youth Ministry Committee.

 

Ongoing Youth Fundraisers: 

BHPC Tumblers: We still have a limited supply of BHPC tumblers for sale, which could make great stocking stuffers! Contact Amy de Court for purchase. 

Goodsearch: Search the web and raise a penny for our cause! Do you know about Goodsearch.com? It's a search engine, just like Google, but every time you do a search, BHPC receives a penny!  There's also a shopping option as well and they're motto is "You Shop. You Save. We Give." The money raised goes towards our youth programming. Please consider changing your search engine to Goodsearch.com, select Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church as your charity of choice, and support our youth in the process!

Bread Fundraiser: Every Sunday, bread is donated from Breads Unlimited in Bethesda and displayed outside Kori’s office. You can find so many wonderful choices of breads to choose from. Donations are always appreciated. If you can help with pickup of the bread, please contact Amy de Court (amy@bradleyhillschurch.org). 

 

Sunday Activities, Fall through Spring

Youth Church School from 9:15 to 10:15 am in Room 305

  • Youth in Grades 6 to 12 will navigate Scripture, address issues of life and faith, and grow and strengthen friendships with one another

 

Weekly Youth Fellowship Meeting from 12:00 to 1:30 pm

  • Youth are split into Middle School and High School Groups, and each group meets every other week.
  • Youth Fellowship includes recreation, team building activities and faith formation discussions
  • Lunch is provided.

 

As always, we welcome the involvement of parents and other church members in our youth programs. There are teaching and/or leading fellowship opportunities and openings on the Youth Ministry Committee for the coming year. With staff leadership and support, along with youth feedback, we collaborate to plan engaging and nurturing activities for our youth. Ideas are welcome and appreciated. See David or any current members for more details!