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Youth Group

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Our Youth Group meets Sundays from 3-5pm in the parking lot of UCC Norwell (460 Main Street), unless otherwise noted. Public health protocol followed at all times.

October 25 - What's Privilege Anyway?!? Talk together about power, privilege, where we all fit in and what God has to do with any of it

November 1 - For All the Saints: Special Guest, Brett Miller! Brett will talk to us about his own journey!

November 8 - Game Night: All Games, All the Time

November 15 - More Than a Hashtag: beyond posts and likes to loving our neighbors & working for justice

November 22 - Do justice, love mercy, hustle humbly: Bible study on Micah 6:8 and setting priorities in life

November 29 - No meeting

(December meeting details: to be announced)

 

Following Is Our Non-COVID Youth Group information:

Our usual kickoff meeting of the Program Year* starts with a cookout, weather permitting.

All youth, from all communities are invited - (bring your friends!) —
youth do not need to attend UCC Norwell in order to attend youth group.
 
 

 *(Mid-September to mid-June)

 
UCC Norwell youth groups are fun gatherings where youth from local towns socialize and explore their Christian faith. While many of their families are members of the church, a great number are friends who have been invited to come and continue to do so. 

We believe it is essential for our youth to develop a commitment to service.  Therefore, we provide service opportunities for our middle school and high school students throughout the year.  Two of our most transformative service opportunities are the Christmas Ball, which they host for people with special needs who live on the South Shore, and the annual Service Project, where our teens spend their spring break serving people who are hurting, hungry, or homeless.

The congregation supports the youth of our growing church by volunteering their time and talents, including leading Christian education classes and youth groups, and donating snack bags and other items for their service projects.

Contact: 
Rev. Ashley Popperson
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Senior High Youth Group Helping the Children
Senior High Youth Group Serving Meals
Senior High Youth Group Baker & Glover Chapel
Senior High Youth Group Project in New York City