Middle School IMPACT

Middle School Lock-In

Our annual Middle School Lock-In on January 5 & 6 will continue as scheduled. We will meet at the Clayton Center at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, January 5 and travel by bus to Skyzone in Monroeville to jump around from 9:00-11:00 p.m. After, we will return to Clayton Center for the night. Pick-up is at 8:00 a.m. Saturday morning. 

Middle School Student IMPACT

Students in grades 6-8 have a variety of opportunities to get involved at Memorial Park. In addition to our Sunday morning class at 9:15 a.m., we meet weekly on Wednesday evenings at the Clayton Center from 7:00-8:30 p.m. These meetings are just one of the ways to build meaningful personal and spiritual relationships. Our weekly programming gives students the platform to examine their faith and make the decision to follow Jesus.

We also offer small group Bible studies, special events, service projects, and retreats through a fun and comfortable environment, providing opportunities to foster deep, meaningful relationships.

We strive for ongoing communication with parents and guardians offers support in their role as the primary spiritual nurturer in the life of their student.

For more information or to get invovled in our Middle School Student IMPACT program, contact us today.
Students in 6-8 meet Sunday mornings at 9:15 a.m. Our middle school Sunday morning program is led by our Middle School Coordinator, Jacob Soto. They are currently studying Advent and its relevance to middle school students.
Students in grades 6-8 meet Wednesday evenings at the Clayton Center from 7:00-8:30 p.m. These meetings are just one of the ways to build meaningful personal and spiritual relationships. Our weekly programming gives students the platform to examine their faith and make the decision to follow Jesus. For more information, contact Middle School Coordinator, Jacob Soto.
Once a year, students in grades 6-8 and Middle School IMPACT leaders head to Laurelville for a weekend of team-building and relationship-building at this faith-based retreat center. For more information on the Laurelville retreats and dates, contact Middle School Coordinator, Jacob Soto.
Mission trips and service projects are great ways to grow in your faith while serving to further God's kingdom. Stretching and reaching beyond your comfort zone to help the needy and hurting in our community and our world can be a life-changing and everlasting experience. Our local outreach involvement is with Presents for Patients through the Giving Tree @ MPC, North Hills Community Outreach Food Bank, Compassion Day, World Vision, and The Pittsburgh Project. Extending beyond our community, we hold a shoe cutting event for Sole Hope, contribute shoes to Soles for Jesus, and raise funds for the children of Sierra Leone through Fast for Leone. In the summer of 2018, we will send two teams out into the mission field. One group will travel to Puerto Rico to serve the community through Youthworks. The other group will serve our vulnerable neighbors in the communities surrounding Pittsburgh through the work of The Pittsburgh Project. 

Click here for dates, cost and general info on our two Summer 2018 trips. 

Click here to register for our team going to The Pittsburgh Project 

Click here to register for our team going to Puerto Rico.

Middle School Lock-In


Join us for our annual Middle School Lock-In on January 5 & 6. We will meet at the Clayton Center at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and travel by bus to Skyzone in Monroeville to jump around from 9:00-11:00 p.m. After, we will return to Clayton Center for the night. Pick-up at 8:00 a.m. Saturday morning. The cost is just $25 per person and friends are welcome! Registration required by December 29.

 

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