Jesse Lee Youth
Jesse Lee Youth ministries helps teens cultivate a close relationship with Jesus that empowers them to grow into their God-given potential. We focus on community-building and faith development through games, discussion, meals, service, study, and worship. Our youth programs provide a safe space for middle and high schoolers to explore their faith, to know that God loves them, and to learn how to respond to this awesome love. All are welcome.
Upcoming Events & Forms
Youth Virtual Bible Study
Youth Virtual Bible Study is being led by Jenni Mason on Tuesdays from 4:30-5:15PM. Zoom Link Here
Come join us on Sundays from 6:30-8PM in the Carriage House for middle school and high school youth group. We gather together for discussion, games, and time in small groups. While COVID-19 has prevented us from being together in the way we want, we are finding creative solutions to have safe, in-person fun and grow in fellowship with God and each other.
For more information contact the Director of Middle School Youth Ministry, Jenni Mason @ email@example.com.
Middle School Bible Study
Led by Jenni Mason, middle schoolers are welcome to join for Bible study on Sundays from 10:30-11:30am in the chapel. We are slowly reading through the book of Mark this year, taking time to ask questions, share about what is going on in our lives, develop our biblical reading skills, and get lost in conversation.
Any questions for our Youth Directors?
Youth Director, Associate Pastor
Rev. Thomas B. Stubbs
Middle School Youth Minister
Frequently Asked Questions
Registrations and Forms
Who can participate in Jesse Lee Youth Programs?
Our programs are designed for and open to anybody in 6th -12th grades. There are a few events that are designed for both middle and high schoolers, but most are specific to one age group or the other.
Does our family have to be members of Jesse Lee for our youth to participate in youth events?
No. While we would love to have the entire family be part of our church family, our youth events are open to anybody in 6th-12th grades.