“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Matthew 28: 19-20
Youth Ministry at Faith Community Church is a fun environment for 5-12th graders to get to know God, themselves and others in a more meaningful way. They will participate in Sunday morning meetings, social and service-oriented activities aimed to provide a space in which life-long disciples of Christ can flourish. We encourage and aim for each middle school and high school age young adult to join us and build a deeper and more meaningful relationship with God and give them a circle of Christ-followers to lean on in difficult times.
Middle School Group: Saturdays 10:30 - 11:30am at Biggby Coffee in Franklin (5th - 8th grade).
Youth Group: Sundays 6 - 8:30pm (High School)
Lenten Collections (Service Opportunity): Sundays 9:00am - 12:00pm, March 6 - April 3 (5th grade - High School)
WCA Summer Camp: July 10 - 16 (5th grade - High School)
VBS (Service Opportunity): August 7- August 11 from 6:00pm - 8:30pm (6th grade - High School)
Every Sunday morning, Worship begins at 9:30am. Children and Middle Schoolers go to their Sunday School Groups while High Schoolers attend Worship services. The end of Sunday School Groups and Worship is at 10:30am.
Middle School & Youth Group
Middle School Group and Youth Group are great ways for teens to connect outside of the regular Sunday morning Worship Service! Whether it be a class, playing games, or watching movies, there is no shortage of opportunities for teens to experience fellowship.
Confirmation is offered for older middle school and early high school students. Confirmation classes generally start in September and the youth are confirmed in May. For more information about Confirmation, please contact Children's and Youth Ministry Director, Abby Wass.
Service and Mission Trips
We offer various forms of mission activities for our youth, such as serving food to the homeless at The Gathering, helping with Operation Christmas Child, Lenten Collections and other opportunities that come along for local service.
Each summer our high school and college-age youth participate in a youth mission trip. Some of our recent mission trips include:
Houston's Fifth Ward Neighborhood