7th-12th Graders: Youth Program

The focus of St. Timothy’s youth ministry is to invite teenagers to love one another and share that love with our world. Therefore, both the high school and middle school Youth Groups will spend time developing their relationships with one another as well as reaching out to a world in need. All teenagers are encouraged to bring friends to any of their gatherings.

High School Youth Group (9th—12th)

The high school Youth Group gathers every Sunday morning (10 - 11) in the Youth Lounge across from the Parish Hall. This group is led by Brad Lockwood. The youth also participate in the Outreach ministries of St. Timothy’s with the support of adults, and meet socially as scheduled.  All ninth graders will be invited to participate in the Confirmation preparation process. Confirmation will be take place in June, 2017. 

DIGG - Delighting in God’s Grace

This Youth Group gathering, every fourth Sunday of the month, starts at 5:00 pm with a group Bible study. At 6:00 pm the group will prepare and enjoy a meal together, followed by a game or movie at about 6:30 pm. Youth are welcome to attend any part or parts of the evening for which they are available, or that sounds appealing to them. Friends are welcome!  Please contact Brad Lockwood if you will be attending.

Middle School Youth Group (7th and 8th)

The middle school Youth Group gathers every Sunday morning (10 - 11) in Room 12 on the lower level.  This group is led by Cathi DeBurger and Rob Flake. 

Girls in real life (16-18 year old girls)

Girls In Real Life (GIRL) allows us to expand our views on the world and our understanding of the issues that women and girls face in a safe community of peers and mentors. This group will travel to New York City in March 2017 for the 61st United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) with the goal of shedding light on these issues in our local communities. This group is led by Nancy Schwartz , Teresa Eisenlohr , and Grace Schwartz. To learn more, visit their website.


Contact: The Rev. Alexander D. Martin (AlexM@SaintTimothys.com, 474-4445).