It is our desire that the youth ministry of Providence Presbyterian Church be a "Ministering Community" of students who exalt the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This ministry to and through our youth involves Middle School students (grades 6-8) and High School students (grades 9-12). Our goal is to develop young disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ on a holistic level. We strive to provide our young people with a place where they feel safe to be themselves while learning to love one another, and to create an atmosphere that encourages spiritual, mental and social growth.

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C.R.E.W. (caring, relationship, evangelism, worship) Youth Group

C.R.E.W. gives students a place to relax, have fun and enjoy God's blessings of life. By participating in Bible studies, worship through music, prayer, games and other activities, our students are encouraged to grow in the Lord and to represent Christ to each other, their families, their community and the world around them.

The C.R.E.W. Youth Group meets Sunday nights from 6:00 - 8:00

MINI GOLF.   Sunday July 22nd we will attempt to make up our mini-golf outing from last week. The plan will be to meet there from 6-8pm. If you are helping with VBS set up we can provide rides over to Rutter's Putter's Paradise from the church building. Bring money for your golf and for snacks. If it rains we will go back to the church building instead. 

MESSY FUN DAY AT CLARKS VALLEY on July 29th we'll be heading to Clarks Valley to spend some time with their youth group. Things are going to get messy so please wear appropriate clothes and bring something to change into afterward. The time frame will be slightly longer than usual: 3pm-9pm. Please meet at the church by 2:30 on the 29th so we can leave by 3:00pm. We'll be taking a mini-bus/van with Darryl driving. 

HERSHEY PARK on July 31st we'll be heading to Hershey Park. If you have not yet turned in payment for your tickets or your emergency medical form, please do so ASAP. 

Please see the Weekly Happenings for additional activities that the youth can participate in.

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