Centerport United Methodist Church

The Centerport UMC youth fellowship is for young persons in grades 7 - 12.  We have approximately 35 young people actively involved in the group, which meets about twice a month and are doing social distancing service projects.

Youth Group participating in one of our fabulous 30 Hour Famine programs. Great job!!

Notes from MYF

This summer is heating up for the youth!! We will be celebrating our youth group, our graduating seniors, and serving in the community!

July us going to be a busy month preparing for our mission "stacay." We will be participating in the U.M. ARMY Local. U.M. ARMY Local is a virtual model of the traditional sleep away camp we usually attend. Due to the health crisis and to stay safe and healthy, our youth and adults will be sticking close to home and serving our church members and our local community in any way we can.

If you know of anyone needing assistance with landscaping, grocery delivery, errands, etc., please reach out to Gina through the church office. We will be working the week of July 26th with our last work day being Thursday, July 30th. We look forward to serving again this year in a safe and socially distant way.

Have a safe and happy summer!!!!!


Peace and love,

Gina and Ted

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