Supporting our teens through their middle and high school years is one of SPC’s top priorities. Zac Collins and several teams of committed adults devote themselves to establishing trusting relationships with our students, commending faith in Christ to them and modeling trust in Jesus.
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THAT’S RIGHT, MIDDLE SCHOOL MODGNIK IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER! MODGNIK (“kingdom” spelled backward) is an exciting retreat for middle school students where you’ll enjoy tons of games, relax with your friends and be challenged [...]
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP SUMMER STYLE • MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL Most Sundays from 5:30 to 7:00 PM • Summer provides opportunities for students to Come, Grow, and Go: beach trips, parties, mission projects, and other [...]
MINI GOLF• BATTING CAGE • GO-KARTS • DRIVING RANGE • A GREAT TIME • SIGNUP NOW! DETAILS WHO: All Youth Fellowship students and Friends WHEN: Saturday, May 25; 10:15-12:30pm WHERE: Windy Hill Sports, 16500 Midlothian [...]
25 volunteers are needed to make this year's Special Olympics another great one! DETAILS When: Saturday, June 8. Depart SPC at 10:15 AM; return to SPC by 2:30 PM Where:University of Richmond What: We will [...]
PEOPLE HAVE CALLED JESUS MANY THINGS. Liar. Myth. Martyr. King. Prophet. Heretic. Lunatic. Teacher. But what did Jesus say about who He is? Join us for a great weekend away. A weekend of relaxation, fun, [...]
MODGNIK is ‘KINGDOM’ spelled backward — because God’s kingdom is an upside down backwards kingdom. It’s also retreat that draws more than 1,000 students and youth leaders from churches all across Virginia, West Virginia, East Tennessee, and North Carolina. Started in 2002 by the vision and efforts of several PCA youth pastors in Virginia, MODGNIK has since grown to include youth groups from 26 evangelical churches,.
Every time they attend, youth will be challenged to think about “the new heavens and the new earth” and how they relate to culture and pop-culture — like movies, TV and music — romantic relationships, unbelieving friends; reconciliation in the kingdom; gender roles in the kingdom; conflict and the Christian’s calling.
Two or three times each year, SPC invites students from all over Richmond to gather together with unbelieving friends to worship Jesus, share testimonies and hear powerful, practical messages about God’s love for them and their world.
Have a passion for working with young people? The Youth Ministry teams can always use more help. Contact Zac Collins at 272-8111.