Youth 6th through 12th grades


Youth at Westminster

There are many ways for our middle and high school youth to be involved in church and develop a faith-filled life.

On the 2nd, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of every month a youth worship class is held in the Jackson Room during the 9 and the 11 a.m. services. The 4th Sunday of every month, the youth are directly involved with the service, reading scripture, leading the congregation in prayers, and reciting the charge for the week. They also assist with ushering and serve as acolytes. After the service they serve refreshments and coffee in the Patio Room/Courtyard. In between Sunday services at 10 a.m. youth are invited to gather in the Jackson Room and socialize.

Living the Good News is our curriculum and it inspires and encourages young people to look at Scripture in relevant and responsive ways. In addition, art, music, drama, and other learning styles are incorporated to supplement the lessons.

Special events are planned throughout the year. They include swim parties, scavenger hunts at the mall, skating parties, lock-ins, mission trips, Christmas caroling, movies, and much more! Check out upcoming events to see what’s planned for this month.

These young leaders are taking their faith seriously and forging a place for themselves in the congregation and their community.  And there’s always room for more youth to join in the fun and fellowship!  If you are a young person and would like to be involved in our worship services please look at upcoming events category or contact Youth Ministry Leader Mark Hargreaves at

Mission trip 2016

Combined middle and high school trip highlights Summer 2017

Westminster is thrilled to be attending a week long service project July 30- Aug. 5 to Smith River CA. This will be a combined middle and high school youth mission trip. These are always wonderful opportunities to grow as individuals and as a group.

They group will be traveling July 30 through Aug. 5 and will be staying in California, helping communities repair deteriorated infrastructure, painting and restoring gardens. For more information about this trip visit the Sierra Service project website.