Teenagers are all about exploring their beliefs, passions and identities during their formative adolescent years. The mission of our youth ministry is to create strong intergenerational communities and sacred space where spiritual formation happens among friends. Youth ministry at Brown Memorial is:
Youth have many ways to become involved at Brown. Explore the opportunities below, and direct any questions or awesome new ideas to Tim Hughes. Adult mentors and volunteers are also appreciated.
Middle and high school classes offer opportunities to study, discuss and explore the Christian faith tradition in casual, age-appropriate groups. Sunday morning classes do not meet over the summer (Memorial Day – Labor Day).
This class is a year-long journey through “Christianity 101,” as well as current events, controversies and spiritual practices. Confirmation is for young people (typically 8th and 9th graders) who are considering their own faith and relationship to the church. The class includes games, field trips and the opportunity to join the church.
Sunday Night Live! is our monthly evening gathering for middle and high school youth. SNL begins with a homemade meal and ends with games, activities, worship and small groups revolving around a theme. SNL do not meet over the summer (Memorial Day – Labor Day).