"But because of his great love for us, God who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions
—it is by grace you have been saved." Ephesians 2:4-5
We want you to experience the new, second life God intends for you in Christ. We want our youth ministry to be full of life, exciting and active.
Sunday nights are about getting together to learn, play games, eat, worship, pray, and discuss our faith in a very laid back atmosphere where everyone is welcome. Join us for a free meal followed by a short lesson. During the lesson, we split the middle school and high school students to talk about different topics. The middle school stays in the Fellowship Hall while the high school go to the God Cave (house at the far end of the parking lot).
5:30 Free Dinner | 6:00 Worship & Games | 6:30 Lesson & Breakout Groups
Sundays are the main programming day for our youth with a lot happening both morning and evening.
Sunday Morning Studies| 9:30-10:30am
Sunday mornings offer time for middle and high school students to join together and discuss their faith. All ages meet at 9:30 for coffee, hot chocolate, and fellowship before participating in short faith-based studies that are selected based on current topics and group interests.
Sunday Evening re:Vive| 5:30-7:30pm
Sunday nights are our large group gathering of students, known as re:Vive, from 5:30-7:30.
This youth progam includes a free dinner, games, worship, lesson, and small group time.
In the United Methodist tradition, Confirmation is a program that allows youth (7th & 8th grade) the opportunity to learn about our Methodist heritage, our Christian faith, and church membership. It will also help youth understand why we believe what we believe, offer opportunities to ask tough questions about their faith, and be supported by caring Christian adults who mentor them through the process. The result of this class is the student's choice as to whether they desire membership in Williamson's Chapel United Methodist Church. Those who choose membership will join the church on "Confirmation Sunday," which is a Sunday that is chosen each year to conclude the class. Most Confirmation classes also include several off-campus local trips, as well as a weekend retreat with other United Methodist youth who are also participating in Confirmation. If you have a high school student who would like to take confirmation, please contact Andrew at the email below.