Generations Youth Ministry (GYM) is a place for kids to discover the amazing love and power of God; where kids learn to know, obey and trust God. The ministry breaks down the Word of God and teaches youth how to walk and talk the Christian lifestyle at an age-appropriate level for children, birth to High School.
What is GYM?
Our purpose is to instill the character, biblical foundations and principles of Christ into the hearts and minds of all children.
Our mission is to equip children at their present age to develop an understanding of Christ that they would begin to develop and build a personal relationship with Christ.
Our goal is to work hand in hand with parents as we together, raise children who wholeheartedly serve Christ through obedience, worship, and Godly character.
EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Register Your Student with the Generations Youth Ministry
This will allow for information pertaining to our Youth to be submitted to their respective Ministry Managers for follow-up and communication.
Student Registration Form
- B.I.G. (7th Grade and Younger, Children’s Church, Child Evangelism and Nursery)
- H.O.L.L.A. (8th – 12th Grade)
- F.U.E.L. (Bible Studies)
- Youth After CHRIST
- Generations Youth Choir (GYC)
- Vacation Bible School (VBS)
- Administration / Special Events
Generations Supports Church School
Generations is encouraging all Young People to attend Church School at least once a month. The Christian Education Department is full of great teachers (like Pastor McClendon teaching the Future Leaders Class). Join a class at 8:00am on Sunday Mornings. There are classes for all ages.
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Helpful Learning Resources
Rev. DeVon Odems
Rev. Cory Davis