Youth Ministry

Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent. Lent is the 40 days that precede Easter. Traditionally, we Christians have used the 40 days of Lent as a period of preparation or repentance, judgment, and cleansing. Many people celebrate this beginning by going to church and receiving ashes, usually in the form of a cross, on their foreheads. These ashes are a sign of being sorry for our sins.  They’re a sign that we want to be in communion with Jesus, who carried his cross because He loves us. But we must remember, that by the work of Christ, we are promised beauty from ashes. (Isaiah 61:3)

High School Youth will be taking a trip to the WinterJam Concert at the T-Mobile Center on March 3rd!  We will carpool, leaving the church at 5pm, and returning around 11pm.  Tickets to the concert will be paid for by the youth group.  Students will need to bring money for dinner, snacks, and souvenirs.  More details about the concert, including the lineup, can be found here: https://2023.jamtour.com/cities/kansas-city-mo.

Seats are limited, so register here:

WinterJam Registration

High School Youth will be traveling to Des Moines, IA for the Ignite Youth Leadership Conference on March 10th-11th, 2023.  We will carpool from Lighthouse Church, leaving at noon on March 10th, and returning around 9pm on March 11th.  We will stay at a hotel in Des Moines on Friday night (details will be provided to registrants).  Students will need to bring money for one dinner.  Late-night food on Friday and all meals on Saturday will be provided.  Please register by January 30th to reserve your ticket!

 

Register Here

Bible study for all high school guys. Come early to grab breakfast, then meet us in the Sanctuary Classroom at 8:45am for some time in the Word.

All high school girls welcome! Join us in the Harbor on Sunday nights to study the Word together.

Lighthouse Youth Hidden Haven Christian Camp 2022