Youth

Welcome to First Presbyterian’s youth page! We are excited for the opportunity to meet you! We are all trying to be imitators of Christ’s love, service, and obedience in everything that we do in youth group and in our daily lives. You took the first step in checking us out online, now come see what we are like in person! You may just find a place where you can be the person God made you to be. So stop in for some food, games, fellowship, and the opportunity to learn more about the One who made you…you! 

 

Ways to Get Involved

  • Sunday School
    Sundays, 9:00–10:00 a.m.
    In two separate classes, the middle schoolers and high schoolers will look at the Bible to learn what God has to say to us today and how to apply that to our lives. For more information about Sunday school, contact Kalista Consol.
  • Confirmation
    Beginning in the fall
    Explore the Christian faith and the Presbyterian Church with a group of peers under the leadership of our pastors. For more information contact Kalista Consol.
  • Middle School Youth Group (6th–8th grades)
    Wednesdays, 6:00–7:00 p.m.
    As part of MX, Middle School youth will meet following dinner for activities and conversation, games, and engaging interaction. For more information contact Kalista Consol.
  • Jubilate Ringers (6th–12th grades)
    Sundays, 4:30–5:15 p.m.
    Spots for 10 ringers. Students must have the ability to read music. Regular attendance at rehearsal is a must! For more information, contact Marvin Crawford, Director of Music & Arts.
  • High School Youth Group (9th–12th grade)
    Sundays, 6:00–8:00 p.m. 
    We’ll begin with a dinner and follow-up with lively discussions and a bit of fun. For more information contact Kalista Consol. 

 

Klon Matthews Scholarship

First Presbyterian Church is proud to offer a scholarship fund in honor of Mr. Klon E. Matthews. Klon was an educator and administrator in the public education system until retirement.

All candidates must be:

  1. A member of First Presbyterian Church
  2. Provisionally accepted as students into undergraduate or graduate degree programs for the coming academic year by an accredited University or College
  3. Currently carrying or planning to carry a minimum of 12-credit hours per semester

Applications for the scholarship are now available here and are due March 1, 2019.