Parenting tweens and teens is no easy task. Often times we feel like we’re going at it alone—finding it difficult to understand our evolving youth and uncertain who to turn to for advice and guidance. Fortunately, there’s help out there!
Local educators, law enforcement and a licensed therapist will be on hand for a PARENT SUMMIT on SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 AT 6PM. Hosted by Augusta United Methodist Church, this is a FREE COMMUNITY EVENT where parents can learn about some of the most prevalent issues our middle and high school youth are facing right here in Augusta. Join us for a conversation about juuling, sexting, navigating social media, and more.
Middle School Youth
Our weekly gathering of Wednesday night fellowship (6:15-7PM) is a time of fun and learning for middle school students. Before and after the gathering, students have an opportunity to build relationships with friends through our weekly meal (5:45PM) and open gym (7-7:30PM)
high school youth
Our weekly gathering of Wednesday night fellowship (7:30-9PM) is a time of fun and learning for high school students. Before the gathering, students have an opportunity to build relationships with friends through sports and activities during open gym (7-7:30PM)