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who we are

We want Youth to know Jesus.

Our Mission:
The East End Youth Ministry exists to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ to youth and families in our community through intentional (incarnational) relationships with caring adults in an environment of safety and fun.
The East End Youth Ministry desires to create a space for all students to become more whole, belong in community & participate in the peacemaking way of Jesus.

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Partner with others to help care for the needs of youth in our area by working in a cooperative way that will be a strong presence in our community.
We will need volunteers to run our programs. We have opportunities with varying levels of commitment whether you like to work with youth, fold newsletters, facilitate games or small group discussion, or cook and serve meals; we’d love to have your help.

Other ways that church members can be involved:
Be a regular volunteer or mentor to the youth
Come to regular events (youth group) Wednesday Nights 6-7:30pm, Dinner Served at 5:30 pm
Helping with being present at youth related events already in our community
Prayer ministry (we need a strong prayer teams)
Being present and finding ways to discover the needs of our families
Help provide dinner each Wednesday Night (rough cost $50 per Wed)
Help run events that target and build bridges to youth in our community.


Funding for support
Church cooperative support (each church commits financially)
Congregational members from participating churches (individual giving)
Outreach dollars (through various mission agencies/denominational support)

There is a need to consider our community’s youth is one of its most valuable resources.
We believe communities benefit by ensuring all of its young people are provided with the basic opportunities or services that can support them in developing a sense of ability, usefulness, and belonging through the power of Jesus Christ.

We believe building on their assets and their potential can help counter the problems that may affect them such as youth homelessness, sexual exploitation and abuse, family conflicts, social skills, or alcohol and drug issues through community involvement, support, and power of Jesus Christ.

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