Youth Ministry and Young Adults
The Youth Ministries at Lower Providence Presbyterian Church are designed for youth who are in grades sixth through twelve. The programs strive to provide a safe, supportive atmosphere where young people will feel comfortable to be themselves. To learn more about our Youth Ministries contact church office at 610-539-6635 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LPPC Youth Ministry exists to:
- Ignite a servant’s heart
- Encounter the living God through worship, prayer, fellowship and fun
- Share our lives together
- Engage the culture and those around us
- Help those in need (We love because He first loved us)
- Equip youth to grow in Jesus Christ
Our Youth Ministries
Junior High Fellowship – “IGNITE”
The Junior High Youth Group at Lower Providence Presbyterian Church is for youth in grades six through eight. They meet on Sunday evenings at 6:00 pm in the Gym and Room 203, September through June. Other special events are planned throughout the year. For information about Junior High Fellowship activities, please contact church office at 610-539-6635 email@example.com. Permission forms are required for most off-property events.
Or download a copy here: Permission Form.
Senior High Fellowship
The Senior High Youth Group at Lower Providence Presbyterian Church is for youth in grades nine through twelve. They meet every Sunday at 6:00 pm in the Fireside Lounge September through June. Special events are planned throughout the year. For information about Senior High Fellowship activities, please contact church office at 610-539-6635 firstname.lastname@example.org. Permission forms are required for most off-property events.
Or download a copy here: Permission Form.
Cross Point Fellowship
Cross Point Fellowship is for post high school young adults. It provides a generational link between our younger youth groups and our older adult activities. Our mission is to share and grow our faith through worship and fellowship. Social activities will include, but not be restricted to, bowling, movies, eating out, day trips and possibly a Get-Away Weekend and a scaled down version of Work Camp. This group is open to members of LPPC and non members and we encourage friends to participate. For information about Cross Point Fellowship and Young Adult Ministry, contact church office at 610-539-6635 email@example.com.
LCDR Richard W. Minnich, Jr. Scholarship
Presented to a High School graduate and a member of the Lower Providence Presbyterian Church intending to further his or her education, who has demonstrated significant character growth especially by demonstrating an awareness of the needs of others and responsiveness to them. This person should also demonstrate self-reliance and belief in and love for God, family and country. These qualities should have been demonstrated overtly in school and community life as observed by teachers, clergy, peers and the community at large. Click here for the editable Minnich Scholarship form. The completed application must be mailed to Stephanie Sawyer by May 1, 2020.”
Boy Scout Troop 267
We invite you to explore with us. Explore the outdoors. Explore your potential. Explore your character. Explore your strength. Explore your mind. Explore your world. Along this great journey of exploration, you will be challenged to face your fears, try new things, learn from failure, and become a confident leader. This scout-led troop is very dynamic, changing directions as the boys decide to take on new adventures. This year Troop 267 celebrates its 100th anniversary of service to the boys in the Lower Providence community.www.troop267bsa.org
Cub SCout Pack 267
If you are a boy in first through fifth grades (or 7 to 10 years old) and enjoy learning new skills by doing, then we are the cub pack for you! As a Cub Scout in Cub Scout Pack 267, you will have the opportunity to hike, camp, build projects, and participate in our annual events such as the Pinewood Derby, RainGutter Regatta, and the Blue and Gold Banquet. Meetings are held weekly on Thursday nights from 7pm at Lower Providence Presbyterian Church in Eagleville, PA, from October through April. To join our pack or find out more information about us, go to www.cubpack267.com or contact Cub Master Chris MacNeel at firstname.lastname@example.org
What we do:
- Weekly Den Meetings
- Monthly Pack Meetings
- Family Camping (once in Fall, Once in Spring)
- Den Outings (Varies by Den)
- Rain Gutter Regatta (November)
- Pinewood Derby (February)
- Blue and Gold Banquet (March)
- Summer Camps and Events