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Calendar of Events: ALL Youth are Welcome!!! 

Feb. 10, 2018
Youth Church
Youth Leading: Deborah, Dominic, Mia
*Restart Meeting After YC

Mar. 10, 2018
Youth Church
Youth Leading: Rachel, Roshe, Raenell
*Restart Meeting After YC

March 17, 2018
Regenerate Youth Fest!

Apr. 14, 2018
Youth Church
Youth Leading: Dominic, Rosa, Roshe
*Restart Meeting After YC

May 12, 2018
Youth Church
Youth Leading: Raenell, Mia, Nathan

*Restart Meeting After YC

June 6, 2018
Youth Church
Youth Leading: Roshe, Sammy, Collin

*Restart Meeting After YC

Restart 2018: Swipe to Unlock!
Join Our Youth-led Youth Evangelism Week!

June (tba) @ 6-9 pm

Sept. 21-23, 2018
Engage Youth Leadership Training!

Nov. 21, 2017
Turkey Break Tuesday -Youth at Slingshot!


Dec. 9, 2017
Youth Church
Youth Leading: Julia, Deborah, Jonathan B.

Dec. 16, 2017
Christmas Main Service
Community Caroling
Ice skating social!


Jan. 13, 2018
Youth Church
Youth Leading: Jonathan B., Julia, Deborah

Every 2nd Sabbath
Youth Church: 
Youth-led Worship & Small Groups
In A Sabbath School Classroom

Every 3rd Sabbath
Youth Potluck & FLAG Camp in Clarkston & AYS & Social
Bring a potluck dish, change of clothes and a great attitude!

Check out the GCC Youth Website! Click Here

Check out the North American Division Youth Website! Click Here

Today youth continue to impact and energize the Seventh-day Adventist Church. In fact, more than half of Adventists worldwide are between the ages of 16 and 40. 

The church nurtures and empowers its young members, not only at the local level but through the worldwide Youth Ministries department, which oversees ministries to specific age groups. Adventurers is a club for children ages 6 to 9, with 1 million members worldwide. Pathfinders, with 2 million members, is for young people ages 10 to 15. The Ambassador Group strives to meet the spiritual, social and lifestyle needs of those from 16 into their 20s.

The Adventist Youth Society—created by youth for youth more than 125 years ago—now links 10 million youth on every continent of the globe.

The Youth Ministries department mission statement reflects its emphasis on service and its confidence in the abilities of the younger generation: “To lead young people into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ and help them embrace His call to discipleship.”

The Seventh-day Adventist Church focuses on youth because it is indebted
to them for its beginnings and it depends on them for its future.