OPC YOUTH MINISTRIES

WEDNESDAYS 6:30pm-8:30pm

Junior High and High School

WEDAA HALL


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NETWORK: OPC GUEST

PASSWORD: TheWAY123


DOWNLOAD the LATEST YOUTH CALENDAR HERE:

Fall_2021_OPCYM_.pdf


DOWNLOAD the OPC CONSENT/WAIVER FORM HERE

(required for your child to attend any field trip)

OPC_Student_Permission_Medical_Form.pdf

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REGULAR  YOUTH NIGHT SCHEDULE:

6:30pm-6:45pm  Hang out

6:45pm-7:00pm  Welcome and Worship Music

7:00pm - 8:00pm  Bible Study and Dinner

8:00pm-8:30pm  Hang Out  and Pick Ups


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RESOURCES for PARENTS & YOUTH

we're here to support you carry out Deuteronomy 6:1-9

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  • Watch free videos to learn all about the bible!

    Check this out on YouTube or directly on the Bible Project website. Build your understanding about God's story of salvation, God's character, and God's plan for humanity.

  • Download the free bible app and read daily

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  • 50 Conversation starters for families

    Check out this great resource from AXIS.  Axis offers churches and parents lots of other resources with a subscription.  This one is free.

  • FREE PARENT RESOURCES

    Lots of articles, videos, and helpful recommendations here on how to help parent, guide, and instill faith in our kids.  Create a free account and check it out!


  • MIDDLE SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY

    Conversation Guide for Parents of Middle Schoolers

  • High school technology

    Conversation Guide for Parents of High Schoolers

  • podcast for parents on teen anxiety

    The Fuller Youth Institute interviews experts on how to understand and help teens manage anxiety and stress...

  • STICKY FAITH (helping faith stick a lifetime)

    Great resource for parents who want some ideas on how to help build faith that will last after high school and beyond.