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 most Sunday evenings from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.

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

MYF has had a great month so far! We kicked off May with our annual retreat at Camp Quinipet on Shelter Island. It was an amazing weekend filled with fun, friends, faith, and sharing our spiritual gifts with each other. We’re already looking forward to next year’s retreat!!


    This was followed up with our annual Mother’s Day Breakfast. It was an wonderful morning filled with amazing food and great volunteers. We love giving back to the mothers of the church. Thank you to the youth who helped out, our chefs (Mr. Zagaja, Pastor Roy, Mr. Intemann and Mr. Bohler), Mr. Brummel and everyone who joined us!

As the year winds down, we look forward to welcoming our incoming MYFers at our end-of-the-year party.  The Maney’s have graciously allowed us to hold it at their home on June 4th from 2-5PM.  Please see Gina or Colleen for further information.  We give thanks for another wonderful year with MYF. Thank you to everyone who supported us this year! Have a great summer!

 


Notes from MYF



We truly appreciate your support!


For more information, contact...

Any questions?  Please contact... 

 

Colleen Ruffini or Gina Grubbs


Hope to see you there!


HOW THE FUNDS OUR YOUTH GROUP RAISES ACTUALLY FIGHT HUNGER


Over more than six decades we’ve learned that the best way to fight hunger is to give families the tools they need to put food on their own tables year round. Our goal for children and families is food security. That means they can be confident about where their next meal is coming from — and that they get enough nutritious food to live an active, healthy life. Specifically, this means that the funds you donate help World Vision:


¨ Teach parents improved farming techniques.

¨ Equip families to grow healthier, more abundant

crops and livestock.

¨ Provide access to clean water for nutritious

harvests.

¨ Run malnutrition centers when there’s a food

crisis.

¨ Distribute emergency food supplies when

there’s a disaster.