Our youth are an important presence in our congregation. our youth programming provides a safe place for them to explore their faith and be the awesome person that God created them to be!
Our Sunday School classes for youth involve real conversations about how God works in our lives and creates a space for developing relationships and trust while engaging in scripture and understanding our Moravian heritage .
Sunday School classes meet in our Christian Education Building in the Youth Lounge on the 3rd Floor from 9:15-10:15 from the Sunday after Labor day until the Sunday before Memorial Day weekend. Return to Top
Because getting to church for the Sunday School hour can be a challenge, we offer a second opportunity to attend Sunday School – in the afternoon, 4:30-6:00 PM, usually twice a month. An additional advantage is that we have a bit more time to have discussion, more planning input, and the use of more in-depth and creative material by using videos, movies, music, etc.
Each month the YPT schedule will be integrated with the usual fun activities of monthly Youth Fellowship, as well as extra events like Vigil Service Candle Trimming and some trips – like visiting Bethlehem to see the Christmas sights, attending worship at another church, synagogue or mosque, or going to Washington, DC to see the Museum of the Bible or the National Museum of African American History and Culture. (Isn’t it great to have a church mini bus!!) Return to Top
Youth Fellowship is open to any youth in grades 5 through 12. We have bi-weekly Sunday evening all-youth events. The evenings are filled with good conversation, fun games and lots of food.
You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit—fruit that will last—and so that whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you. John 15:16 (NLT)
2019 Girls’ Retreat at Camp Hope, Friday, January 25th 7:00 pm - Sunday, January 27th 1:00pm
Girls in 3rd through 8th grades are invited to come to Camp Hope for a weekend of fun-filled learning, sharing, singing and crafting.
We will focus on who we are in God’s eyes, what helps us to grow deeper in our faith, what we can do to help others and why it’s important to be a good friend. Cost for the weekend is $80 which includes housing, food, many craft projects and fun!
Registration Forms and Health forms are available by contacting: Rev. Jodie Harney at Mountainview Moravian Church, Email: Phone: 610-838-9344
Please note: space is limited to 40 girls so register soon!