Youth Ministry

The youth ministry at First Baptist takes a family based approach. The youth ministry is committed to the reality that young people are an integral part of our church community.

Date Time Description
Jan 26 9:15 AM Sunday School with Levi Allen
Feb 02 No Sunday School. Youth may attend the intergenational class with James Heimlech that meets on the basement level.
Feb 09 9:15 AM Sunday School with Julie Davis
Feb 16
Feb 23
Mar 01
Mar 08
Mar 15
Mar 22
Mar 29 11:45 AM Fellowship of the Fifth
We will be going out to lunch together. Meet in the church office after late worship hour.
Apr 05
Apr 12 No Sunday School. Youth may attend the intergenational class with James Heimlech that meets on the basement level.
Apr 19
We will be meeting at the home of
Mark and Molly Flodder
for a light dinner, games and speaker.
Apr 26

Youth Ministry Mission Statement

In partnership with families, the youth ministry of FBC exists to engage 100% of the students under its care, to train them to live independently in Christ, and to send them out as exceptional, godly men and women of integrity who will transform their homes, their schools, their churches, their workplaces, and their worlds for Christ.

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Camp Barnabas

Camp Barnabas

Youth travel each summer to a place called Camp Barnabas. This is a mission trip for the youth. Camp Barnabas offers life-changing opportunities to people with special needs and chronic diseases. Our teens work hard to make the camp experience for people with special needs possible.

Ski Trip

Ski Trip

The youth attend a ski trip called Skwim in Green Lake, Wisconsin in January. Register now for the 2019 ski trip

Camp Tippy

Camp Tippy

Each summer, children and teens from First Baptist attend Camp Tippy.

you can read more about Camp Tippy here.

Join us for our Worship Gatherings

9:15 AM (Traditional), 10:45 AM (Contemporary) each Sunday.

Wade Allen will be preaching this week (January 26) from Matthew 4:12-23

Worship Schedule