Youth Group Events This Week & Beyond
This Sunday the United Methodist Youh Fellowship (UMYF) will head to Oka Pond to pick up trash. Weather permitting. Wear or bring clothes and shoes that you don’t mind getting a little dirty.
Also bring a bag lunch, a drink and work gloves if you have them.
We will leave church at 11:30am, picnic before we pick up trash, & return to church by 1pm.
Check your email (or contact the leaders) for details!
Also this Sunday, Sierra Service Project (SSP) Youth will be collecting your aluminum cans, glass and plastic bottles that you have been saving. Bring them to church
THIS SUNDAY, March 26th. Youth will be at the parking lot end of the Fellowship Hall beginning at 9:30am and will continue to collect after church. Funds from the recyclables help to support the SSP Youth trip to Spokane, Washington this summer.
Thanks for your support!
Next Meeting is Sunday, April 2nd.
We’ll go see the Power Ranger Movie!
See below for more information about the group, to contact the leaders, and watch for schedule updates.
4th and 5th Grade Fun Times
The Fun Times group usually meets at least once a month on Sunday mornings, from 11:30am – 1pm (after service) in the Asbury Room, bring your lunch and join in!
In addition, the group has activities that take them off campus in the afternoon or evening once a month, and occasionally special activities on weekends. Activities include playing games, making cookies, doing service projects, all the while making new friends!
Event Schedule for the 2016-2017 Season (will be updated as details confirmed):
April 2 – Power Rangers Movie!
April 21 – CUMC Lock In!
May 21 – Pump it UP!
June 4 – Bowling!
UPDATE as of MARCH 3rd:
Our 4th and 5th Grade Youth have been invited by Project Cornerstone to design a lesson plan for Cornerstones’ newest Asset, Asset 41 – Positive cultural identity.
Asset 41 states: Child feels comfortable with and proud of his or her identities, including but not limited to disabilities, ethnicity, faith/religion, family status, gender, language, and sexual orientation.
If you’re a Project Cornerstone reader then you know all about the program and its Developmental Assets. Here is a listing of the assets – check them out here – http://www.projectcornerstone.org
Please fill out a permission slip for off-campus activities.
Contact Melissa and Deddeh (the leaders) at: 4th5thYouth@campbellunited.org for more information about the group. You may also write the Children & Family Ministries Director, Kallie Stroh at firstname.lastname@example.org
United Methodist Youth Fellowship (UMYF) –
a Group for 6th – 12th graders
Meeting on Sundays after coffee/fellowship time, this program offers an incredible chance for youth in grades 6-12 to practice leadership, engage in community service, get to know each other, and have a great time while they are doing it. It’s a wonderful way and place to meet new people, make lifetime friends, and contribute to their extended community!
UMYF Meetups are usually held Sundays from 11:30am – 1pm on the youth (3rd) floor of the AMY Building, focusing around fellowship, study, community service projects, church involvement and fun activities off-campus as well. Often, meetings are “Brown-bag”, and members bring their lunch to eat while meeting and planning activities. Contact the coordinators: Youth@campbellunited.org
We need all new forms filled out for 2016-2017.
Forms may be found and downloaded here:
There are also hard copies in the youth room of the AMY bldg. NOTE that the permission slip for offsite events is part of the medical form. If you want to go on the outing this Sunday you need to to bring the Medical/Permission form. As long as you have a medical form on file you do not need to fill out a permission slip for every outing. The permission slip covers outings through August 31, 2017. We will always include permission slips with the emails sent out to UMYF in case you would like to bring a friend.
Sierra Service Project Trip 2016
High School Youth from Campbell UMC went on a mission trip with Sierra Service Project (SSP) from
July 3rd to July 9th.
There they joined other youth in repairing homes, serving the community, strengthening their faith and building relationships.
For the most part, Sierra Service Project (SSP) teams work on homes in the communities they serve. Occasionally, teams work on churches, community buildings, and schools in the hosting communities. In addition, they sometimes participate in other types of community service activities like community gardens when there is a need and the work is appropriate for youth work teams. About one half of the projects in Smith River in 2015 were for community organizations.
For more information regarding Sierra Service Project, see their webpage.
On July 3, 2016 a former CUMC Youth, Jordan Aspiras, home from her first year away at college, gave the sermon at our 10am Worship Service –
listen to her inspiring message: “The Lord Your God Is With You”
(The Youth lead at least one service every year.)