St. Alban’s is committed to helping reveal Christ’s love and care for students in an environment that is fun and welcoming. Middle and high school tudents have the opportunity to belong in a group and learn about who Jesus is, so that they may live the life of love and service he modeled. The Ministry’s goal is to equip students to become servant-leaders in their home, church, schools, and communities. This is done through prayer, knowledge of the Bible, serving others, and support from one another. All students are welcome!
Want to know what's going on? Below is our calendar for the Fall.
09/02: Youth Beginning of the School Year Bowling Party
09/05: First Youth Midweek
09/16: First Youth Sunday School
10/13: Youth Outing to Waco Mammoth National Monument
10/31: Trunk or Treat
11/10: Bonfire and Game Night
12/12: Youth Christmas Party
During the academic year, junior high and high school students meet on Wednesday nights from 6:00-8:00 PM for dinner and an interactive lesson on how we live out our faith. These lessons are scripturally based and geared towards the issues students face. This will be a great way to grow in faith and better understand the Gospel and what it means to follow Jesus.
This Fall we will begin a series on the relationship between our Faith and Science.
During the academic year, we meet every Sunday at 10:15 AM for Junior High and High School Students. In our Sunday School time, we will be discovering how to grow in faith, leadership, and the ability to form meaningful relationships through the study of different books of the Bible. Our ministry's goal is to help expand our knowledge and understanding of the Bible, so that we are supported in our faith and empowered to explore God's Word on our own.
For Questions, contact the Rev. Neal McGowan
How to Find Us
All events are in the Student Ministry Room, on the second floor of the St. Alban’s Outreach Center. Enter through the Outreach Center doors on 30th St. On Sundays, you can also enter the Outreach Center through the wooden double doors in the Sunday School building.
Questions? Contact the Rev. Neal McGowan.