Sunday evening youth group is open to all youth in grades 7 through 12. Middle School youth group meets Sundays from 4:30-6:30 PM. High School youth group meets Sundays from 6:00 – 8:00 PM. Both groups join together for dinner from 6-6:30 PM in the CUMC Fellowship Hall. Youth Group meets Sunday evenings onsite twice a month. On the remaining Sundays, the youth participate in Mission through TOP or enjoy a fellowship event.
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An emergency care form needs to be on file for all off-site events. Forms will be kept on file for the calendar year and will need to be filled out again in January of the new year. You can download an emergency care form here: youth-emergency-care-form-2017
July 9-15, 2017
Appalachia Service Project (ASP) is a week-long construction based mission for youth ages 14 and up. ASP works to make homes warmer, safer and dryer for residents in the region of Appalachia. Youth do not need construction experience, just a heart to serve and a willingness to learn new skills. Carl Josefson will be leading this year’s team.
Cost for this mission trip is $185
To sign up, please use the link below to access the online registration information.
Middle School Mission Week
August 14-17, 2017
Join rising 7th-9th graders for a week of local mission projects in Northern Virginia. Projects will include stocking shelves and learning about WFCM, Working on construction projects with Teens Opposing Poverty in Winchester and a day at the church, working to serve on-site. Each day’s times will vary slightly, but the general schedule is 8:30 AM-2:30 PM Monday-Thursday. This is a great opportunity for youth to learn more about organizations supported by CUMC and to get some mission experience without have to go away for a week!
Registrations will be on a first-come/first served basis and there is limited space for this event. To secure your spot, fill out and return forms along with payment to the church office.You can download forms here: Middle School Mission Week Forms
Teens Opposing Poverty
CUMC Youth serve the homeless in DC through Teens Opposing Poverty. Youth prepare, package and distribute food and talk with homeless people through TOP’s street ministry. For more information on TOP, please visit their website at www.teensopposingpoverty.org.
TOP Dates for 2016-2017 (11:30 AM – 3:30 PM)
- October 2
- November 11
- December 4
- January 8
- February 2
- March 5
- April 2
- May 7
An emergency care form needs to be on file for all Youth TOP participants. You can download a form here: youth-emergency-care-form-2017
A day-of permission form is needed for those who already have a form on file. This form needs to be filled out and signed EVERY TOP trip. Forms will be available day-of TOP events or can be downloaded here: day-of-permission-form
Confirmation at CUMC is Thursday evenings February-May. Confirmation class registration opens the fall before the classes take place. For more information, please contact Kara Stuebing at email@example.com
Youth Ministry Opportunities to Serve
The youth are looking for people to provide dinner during their Sunday evening combined Fellowship time from 6:00-6:30 PM during the school year. Dinner is an opportunity for middle school and high school youth to fellowship together as they share a meal. Each week, two families help make this time possible. There are lots of opportunities to serve the youth in this way.
To sign up to provide dinner this spring, click here: Youth Dinner Sign Up
There are opportunities to drive/chaperone for youth events and trips. Contact Kara if you would like to help out with any Youth activity or event or with TOP.
To sign up to help provide dinner or drive/chaperone:
Contact Kara Stuebing at KStuebing@centreville-umc.org.
Youth Choir ~ Voices In Praise (VIP)
Voices In Praise (VIP) – Grades 7-12 Vocal Choir.
The choir is now directed by Jason Moon – JMoon@centreville-umc.org. Rehearsals are held Wednesday from 7:00-8:00 PM. Voices In Praise leads music in worship two times a month, alternating between the 9:30 and 11:00 AM services. The group sings at the 8:30 PM Christmas Eve service and take leadership roles in one of the Wednesday evening Lenten services. They participate with others in the Youth Fellowship in preparing and leading worship on Youth Sunday. In even-numbered years they prepare a musical to share in morning worship. Each spring they participate with other area youth in a youth choir festival at Kings Dominion amusement park in Ashland, Virginia.