Senior High School Ministry
Bethel Youth 2014 Mission Trip Info & Dates to Remember
Wed, Feb. 26 6:30-8pm, Mission Trip Pre/Re-Union: Been on a mission trip before? Never been at all? Come meet past and present attendees for food and reflection on the adventure of mission trips! Trip alumni: bring a favorite photo from a past trip. Newbies: bring a permanent marker (it will make sense that night, promise!). At the Pielage’s house: 1767 Beach Rd, Verona.
Sun, April 27 10:15-11:15am: Required Parent/Student meeting at Bethel; forms and details distributed.
Wed, May 7 6:30-8pm: Mother’s Day Brunch Fundraiser Prep at Bethel.
Sat, May 10 11am-1pm: Mother’s Day Brunch Fundraiser Prep at Bethel.
Sun, May 11 7am-2pm: Mother’s Day Brunch Fundraiser (event from 9am-1pm) at Bethel. More Brunch prep dates will be added. You’ll earn money towards your trip for every hour worked preparing for/at this event.
Wed, May 28 & Wed, June 4 @ 6:30-8pm: Pre-trip gatherings for all participants as we get ready to serve & grow!
Wed, June 4: Final payment, forms, and copy of insurance card due.
Sat, June 21: Depart from Bethel (time TBD)
Sat, June 28: Return to Bethel (time TBD)
June 21 - 28, 2014 - Mission Trip 2014 Registration Forms
July 20 - 25, 2014 - Youth Boundary Waters Trip Registration Forms
BLC Youth - Winter 2014 Schedule of Events coming soon...
Weekly on Wednesday - 9 - 12 grade youth
Location: Senior High Youth Room located on Bethel's lower level
Time: 6:30 to 8:00 pm every Wednesday
Meet for pizza/soda/water/prayer/peer support and to discuss current issues
High School youth and parents can subscribe to
BethelYouth texts (Text @BethelYouth to 23559) to receive updates and announcements regarding Bethel’s Youth Ministry.
Parents and Youth: Need a Code?
If you need the new passcode to get into the High School youth room, please contact Joe. He will get you the info you need!
BETHEL RELEASE & OTHER FORMS
Boundary Waters Trip Information & Registration Form - updated 11/11/13
Confirmation Year 2 Mission Trip Information & Registration for 2014 - updated 8/26/13
Youth Ministry exists to reach non-believing students as well as believing students in order to connect them with other Christians, to help them grow in their faith, to discover their ministry and praise God with their lives.
Youth ministry is about families and relationships. Faith is formed in personal trusted relationships and it usually happens in the home. Youth ministry will nurture healthy family relations and help households consider their values, meaning, and hope that will lead them into a faith-filled future. Through research done at The Youth and Family Institute of Augsburg College, it is evident that there are four keys that can nurture healthy relationships and faith. Those keys are caring conversations, family rituals and traditions, family devotional life, and intergenerational service to others that convey the beliefs, values, and lifestyle of their home.
These four keys have become the new way to provide youth and family ministry in congregations.