For youth in grades 7-12. Come develop leadership skills, question the world, serve our community, travel on Mission Trips and receive God's unconditional love!
SILENT AUCTION / TRIVIA NIGHT sponsored by God Squad
WHAT: The 5th Annual Silent Action/Trivia Day with lunch!
WHEN: Sunday, February 24th starting at noon
WHERE: BAPC Fellowship Hall
RSVP: REQUIRED! no later than Saturday, February 23rd! Email Bill.
Auction item donations are still being accepted. If you are unable to get the item to Bill B. by February 12th, please email a description of the item and its value. Items will be available starting Sunday, February 17th to be bid on. After the trivia game, the final bids will be accepted. Trivia teams can have up to six people. People can organize their own teams or form them the day of the event. Anyone who would like to contribute an item for the event, contact Bill B.
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The Blue Ash Presbyterian youth group is looking for new members in 7th thru 12th grade. We usually meet once a week from mid September to early June. Besides having an annual mission trip, we have many activities throughout the school year. If interested, contact the church at 791-1153 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Blue Ash Presbyterian Church’s youth group traveled to Taylorsville, North Carolina for a mission trip this past June. The trip was through YouthWorks, a mission organization out of Minneapolis.
BAPC had seven youth & two adults go on the trip. Youth who went were Maggie Carpenter, Braxton Carpenter, Gabi Davis, Elena Hilsabeck, Daniel Frank, Deryk Frank, & Jared Burke. The two adults were Bill Bretz & Lisa Denlinger. The group was at the YouthWorks site from Sunday evening to Friday morning. Three other churches from Kentucky, Illinois, & Louisiana were also there. During the week, participants did mission work around Taylorsville, a town of 2100 in the Piedmont of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Work included helping Habitat for Humanity, working at the local middle school, helping at the Salvation Army, and working at Kids Club with local youth. YouthWorks provided evening programs at the church where we stayed. They also had activities such as a cowboy church, lip sync contest, hike to an observation point, & a community picnic. The trip was a rewarding experience for all.