Middle & High School Ministries
Bringing young people into the transforming presence of Christ
Middle School Choir and Youth Fellowship
Youth on wednesdays
6-12th Graders -- Every Wednesday, 6 pm via Zoom
Join April and Chesna to discuss relevant topics, bible verses, play games and engage in fellowship.
8th Grade+, Bi-monthly meetings on Tuesdays at 6 pm via Zoom
This is the class where we discuss what it means to be a person of faith. Participants learn more
about Jesus' life and how it impacts ours today.
Topics include: The Trinity, the Sacraments, Other Religions, Music & Worship, Grace & Gratitude,
Stewardship and more. During classes we will wrestle with questions such as: What does God
want for us? How can my life make a difference? How do faith and science relate to one another?
For the final project, each student will compose their own personal statement of faith.
The Pastoral Staff take turns leading this class. For more information, contact April Martin at .
Ways to Serve
Middle and High Schoolers can volunteer to help prepare, serve and clean up at a free dinner to the homeless,
underhoused 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.