The Youth Ministry at North is a vibrant, active program for youth in sixth grade and older. Our mission is to seek to learn, serve, and celebrate God’s love with everyone. We encourage youth to join in on a number of opportunities to grow in their faith and build relationships with other youth members, including Sunday school, Youth Group, service projects, mission trips, retreats, and fellowship activities.
If you don’t find what you’re looking for on this page or just want to talk more about youth ministry at North Church, contact Cory Unthank, minister of youth and young adults.
Sunday School occurs each week at 9:45 a.m. for middle school and high school students using curriculum appropriate for their stages in life. Middle school (grades six-eight) meets in room 207 on the second floor. High school (grades nine-12) meets in room 008 on the lower level.
Youth Group meets most Sundays from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. We share a meal, build friendships through games and activities, and share our faith through prayer and discussion.
Appalachia Service Project
Appalachia Service Project (ASP) is a 27-plus-year tradition at North for youth and adults. Crews travel to the Appalachian region for a week during the summer to help make homes warmer, safer and drier, and to build relationships with those we serve. Check out the ASP website for more information. Contact Cory Unthank to sign up.
We celebrate all the time! Retreats are offered at various times throughout the year to help youth and adults grow in relationships with one another and with God. Fun activities like hayrides, Christmas parties, and summer fellowship time are always part of our celebration. See Cory Unthank for more information.
We have many ways that we comunicate updates about our ministry. We have a weekly all-church newsletter, a separate weekly newsletter just for youth ministry, we have two apps (Remind for group text updates and reminders, and Band for calendar and picture sharing) for students and parents to follow along, an all church e-mail communication system called NorthNet, and we have an all-church Facebook page and one specifically for youth. To get more information on how to stay up to date on all things Youth Ministry, see Cory Unthank.