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Learn About 2017 Youth Trips

At the heart and soul of the Youth Ministry are regular study and service opportunities. Associate Pastor for Youth, Josh Stewart, and youth leaders seek to provide a fun and exciting environment for students in middle and high school to grow together in Christ Jesus. Youth Group is a place where all are welcomed, loved, and accepted for who they are, a place where they are free to be their true selves, and a place to eat together and laugh a lot as we all seek to serve God and our neighbors!

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Youth Medical Release Form
Youth Music Ministry

Youth Group Weekly Schedule 

Sundays

10 a.m.  Middle School Church School Class (Room 105)
10 a.m.  High School Church School Class (Youth Center)
3:30-4:30 p.m.  Messengers Youth Choir (Room 244)
4:30-5:30 p.m.  Middle School Youth Group (Youth Center)
4:30-5:30 p.m.  High School "Study Hall" (Youth Atrium)
5:30-6 p.m.  All Youth Dinner (Youth Center)
6-7 p.m.  High School Youth Group (Youth Center)
6-7 p.m.   Middle School Bell Choir (Room 245)

Wednesdays
High School Bible Study from 7:30-8:30 p.m. (off campus)

Annual Youth Events

In addition to weekly activities, FPC offers many fun events throughout the year sure to encourage, educate, inspire, and excite our youth. Here's a sampling of past events:

  • Fall Kick-off Party
  • Mission Trips (regional, international)
  • Beginning of the School-Year Kickoff Party
  • Ping Pong & Dodge Ball Tournaments
  • Middle School YouthQuake-West at Glen Lake Camp
  • Senior High Youth Connection at Austin College
  • Christmas Party for the Blind of Tarrant County
  • Ski Trips
  • Mo-Ranch Youth Conferences

Stay Connected

Stay connected with youth events and news through Remind101. Download the app to get simple notifications on your smart phone, texts, or email by signing up using instructions below:

  1. Subscribe via Text: Text the message @fpcfwyouth (for youth) OR @fpcfwadult (for parents/guardians) to the number 81010
  2. Subscribe via Email: Send an email to  (for youth) OR   (for parent/guardians). You can leave the subject blank. The "Remind Team" will send you an email for confirmation; be sure and indicate you are a student or parent (includes guardians, aunts, uncles, etc.).

Contact

For more information about Youth Ministry at First Presbyterian Church, please email Associate Pastor for Youth, Rev. Joshua Stewart or call 817.335.1231, ext. 251.