Youth Group @SSPC
Our youth group meets every Sunday at 5 p.m. to carry out important and fulfilling mission work in our community. Even if you’ve never attended SSPC before, all are welcome!
Contact Beth Fultz for more information:
Child care is offered every Sunday morning 9:25 am-noon during the Sunday School hour and 11:00 am worship. Our dedicated nursery workers, Miss Beatriz and Miss Maria, have years of experience with the children of St. Stephen. They welcome children 5 years and younger to the Pre-K Room (#136) or Nursery Room (#117).
Children and Youth Sunday School meets at 9:30. Young children meet in the Science Room with teachers Grace Kim and Tammy Hille (2nd Floor). The youth group meets with Beth Fultz in her office.
For more information, please contact Beth Fultz:
Starting with VBS, the youth of St. Stephen and selected friends from the community assist with the Leadership of our All Day VBS in June. Loads of volunteer work hours and leadership opportunities and building of friendships.
Sixth through 12th graders gather on Sunday evenings from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. during the school year and 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. during summer for field trips and special activities.
These include mission projects, such as helping with Samaritan House, Room in the Inn, CASA House, Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services, Crop Walk and so many more.
We also visit other churches and learn about other religions to be informed by understanding other points of view. Fun times and great discussions!
Our youth mission trip has been an anchor in our program for 10 years. We work one week on construction projects and Vacation Bible Schools around the U.S.
Our most recent trip was to the Navajo Nation in northeast Arizona and southeast Utah. It was fabulous. We hold fundraisers to get everyone there.
Our past sites include: Olathe and Kansas City, 2014; Mountains of Colorado 2013; Florida Panhandle 2012; Chicago’s Southside 2011; Kentucky’s Appalachian countryside 2010; South Carolina’s beaches 2009; Arkansas’ Mountains in 2008; Nebraska in 2007; and New Mexico in 2006.