520 Youth

Our Youth Ministry at First Covenant desires to teach students in 7th to 12th Grade to develop healthy, strong relationships with God, their family and friends, and the world around them. Parents and families have the strongest influence on the lives and development of students, so we hope to partner with the families to help our kids grow in their faith. There are times throughout the week for study, discipleship, fun, and service; as well as special events provided throughout the year. We call it "520 Youth" because our address is 520 Spring St, and our youth group partners with Zion Covenant Church, whose address is 520 Fairmount Ave.

To learn more about our youth events, email Pastor Julie at pastorjuliespamprotec@firstcov.church!
 

520 Sunday Nights: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Sundays of the month

520 Sunday nights are a time to have fun together at various locations around the area. They are a chance to connect to one another and have a short devotional and discussion together. The fourth Sunday of every month is dedicated to the mentoring program for our Confirmation students.

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Special Events: As Announced

There are times during the year we have the opportunity to participate in special events. Keep your eyes and ears open to announcements about retreats, special outings, and different events to have fun together and continue to grow!

 

Sunday School and Confirmation Classes: Sunday worship schedule

On Sunday mornings we have a chance to go deeper in our discussions, deeper into Scripture and deeper in our relationship with God and each other. Whether in Confirmation or Sunday school this is a time to ask the questions and grow in your understanding of God.

520 Parley (aka Small Group): Wednesday, 7 pm at Wegmans

Within Small Groups we have the opportunity to discuss our lives, our joys, our concerns and our prayers. It is a time to dive into Scripture and work together to learn how to be a disciple of Christ. Through a weekly meeting with other students and adult leaders, small groups give the space to connect with God and each other.