Youth At SRPC
Phosphorus Youth Group
We exist to encourage students to grow in their personal relationship with Christ, challenge students to think outside of themselves by helping their own community and the world around them, and to teach students what it means to live a mature and God fearing life.
Phosphorus means "To bear/Share your light" We feel that our students can do just that and that's why we call them phosphorus.
Genos means "Family" and that's exactly how we want our middle school students to feel about their youth group. We want all our students to know the we are a family. We have each other's back and are here to help through any of life's trials.
What We Do:
On Wednesday and Sunday nights we make sure that each student can learn about Christ and life in a way that is relevant to them.
This Is How We Do It:
Each wednesday all students join us for a time of games, food and fun. We later separate into middle school and high school for age specific lessons and worship.
D-Teams is a time where each student can get one on one attention. We meet on Sunday nights. Students break down into small groups to work through the Bible together. This gives students a chance to ask questions about what they're learning and personal life storries as they grow closer to God and each other.
This is for 11th and 12th grade students only and is meant to get students to start thinking outside the box about world issues, moral dilemmas and conversations that they will soon face as adults.