Middle & High School Ministries
Bringing young people into the transforming presence of Christ
Middle School Choir and Youth Fellowship
Who: 6th, 7th and 8th graders
When: Wednesday afternoons, 5:30-6:30 pm
Where: Choir Room, then Phillips Lounge
What: Choir with Mary Huff; Dinner, fellowship, games and a brief look at how the bible relates to you every week with Director of Youth Ministry, April Martin.
Haven’t joined us on Wednesday nights before? This is the perfect chance to try it.
To RSVP, please email April at so we know how much food to prepare for dinner.
Pizza and Game Nights
Who: 6th through 12th graders
When: November 1st, February 7th, March 6th, May 1st 6:00-8:00 pm
Where: 5th floor for food, Gym for games
What: Enjoy a pizza dinner followed by organized and free recreation (Basketball, Apples to Apples, Minute to Win It Prompts, Jenga & More).
Please RSVP to Lissette Perez-Erazo at so we know how much Pizza to provide.
Sunday Youth Fellowship
6th through 12th graders, 10:10 -11:00 am, 5th floor Youth Lounge.
Join April Martin for a quick study relating to the sermon, some interactive games and fellowship.
Shake Shack Sunday
9th – 12th graders will meet at Fellowship Hour immediately after the 11:15 am service at MAPC. They will go to Shake Shack with Director of Youth Ministry, April Martin, to eat lunch.
Watch for announcements or email April at to find out when the next Shake Shack Sunday will happen.
8th grade+, Fall – Spring, Sundays following the 11:15 service
What does it mean to be a person of faith today? Who was Jesus and why does his life impact our lives today? Can I be a Christian without having to think my friends of other faith traditions are wrong or going to hell? What do I really need to believe? How do faith and science relate to one another? What does God want for us and from us? How can my life make a difference? Is Christianity more about rules, or more about love? Confirmation class will wrestle with these questions and more. There are no prerequisites. Rev. Jenny McDevitt, Senior Pastor, leads this class. April Martin, Director of Youth Ministry, assists.
Ways to Serve
Middle & High Schoolers at Thursday Open Table
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Email April Martin at to sign up
Young people help prepare, serve and clean up at a free dinner to the homeless, under-housed and other vulnerable members of the community.
James Lenox House is an apartment building for seniors 55 years of age and older and is a neighborhood outreach partner of MAPC. The purpose of this project is to both help the residents and build an intergenerational community through assisting with technology, reading mail, and engaging in conversation.