Appalachia Service Project (ASP) Cost: $400 All 9th graders and older are invited to serve with families in Central Appalachia. For more information, contact Jean Elliott at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mike Hutson at email@example.com Trip Information 2019 will be Good Samaritan’s 41st consecutive year serving at ASP. Dates: June 15-23, 2019 Cost: $400 Destination: Whitley City in McCreary County, Kentucky. See https://www.asphome.org/centers/kymccreary/ . To register for the trip, complete the ASP 2019 Registration Form and return it with your $50 deposit to the ASP mail slot in the church office area by January 6. ASP 2019 theme: Be the Peace (I Samuel 25:6) Medical Information Immunizations – Up-to-date immunization for tetanus is required for all participants. Hepatitis A…
Check out this article written by Walter Crouch, the President and CEO of ASP. Many of you will remember Mr Crouch was here this past fall, to celebrate with us, our 40th Anniversary of participating in ASP-Appalachia Service Project. Note one correction: Mr Crouch refers to the hymn we sing as the ASP team returns and processes into the sanctuary as “Here I Am, Send Me.” The official name of the hymn is “Here I Am, Lord” “ASP Can Still Touch Your Life”
BUZZ Youth Group (Grades 7 & 8) Wednesdays from 7-8pm in Room 200 BUZZ youth group is all about having fun, building friendships and exploring our faith together. BUZZ youth group offers various themes and conversations about living in community with others, participating in games and activities, plus opportunities to serve others through various projects and activities. Friends are always welcome! Jean’s cell: 952-836-6473 Jean’s e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Group (Grades 9-12) Wednesdays from 7-9 pm in Room 201 Sr. High youth group is about finding community and deepening friendships while exploring our faith together. This is a place where you can be yourself, participate in a variety of activities, conversations, games, and serving others through various projects near and far. Friends are always welcome! Jean’s cell: 952-836-6473 Jean’s e-mail: email@example.com
Good Samaritan is blessed with an amazing Sunday School program for children and youth. We are also blessed to with committed adults who faithfully serve as leaders, teachers and mentors. Children’s Sunday School (Preschool & K-6) Children begin in the sanctuary attending worship while sitting with their families. After a brief “Children’s Time” message children can return to sit with their parents or leave with their teachers to attend Sunday School. Good Samaritan also offers a Nursery for infant-age 3 during worship Youth Sunday School (Grade 7-12) Join us Sunday mornings at 10 am in Room 201. Youth Sunday School classes focus on current events with conversations and activities that engage our faith with everyday life. …
Confirmation Class (9th grade), 1st & 2nd Sundays of each month, 11am-1pm in Fireside Room. Confirmation Mentors join the class from 11am-Noon on 2nd Sundays. 9th graders are invited to participate in a 9-month Confirmation program as an intentional journey digging deeper into the Christian faith and being a full member of Good Samaritan. For more info contact our Director of Youth Ministries, Jean@good.org.
Youth Choir is made up of students in grades 6–12 from throughout the area. With weekly practices, monthly worship participation, collaborating with other ensembles, retreats, and a regional mini-tour, the Youth Choir provides fun and fulfilling music and service opportunities. Rehearsal: Wednesdays, 6:00–7:00 PM Director: Phillip Shoultz, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Here is a link to the Good Samaritan Children and Youth 2018-2019 Health Form. Please print the form, fill in all necessary information and give to: Heather Miller (for children) or Jean Elliott (for youth). Children and Youth 2018-2019 Health Form