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Weekly Youth Update: 8/19-8/25

The next two weeks will be a little bit busier for the youth! We will have our usual Wednesday night Bible study at 6:30 in the Family Life Center. We are looking forward to our great time of fellowship as we study Psalm 1! Last week we concluded our short series of the prophecies of Christ in the Old Testament and our new study series will start September 4th. More information about it will be posted next week.

This Sunday evening, from 5:00-7:00, we will be hosting the “Fall Out of Summer Spectacular” at the church. Invite friends and family for a fun night of free food and games and worship! More information can be found here.

Finally, next Wednesday night, August 28th, our youth will join other area youth ministries at New Prospect Baptist Church in Anderson for their “Back to School Rally.” The rally lasts from 6:30-8:00 that evening and we will meet here at the church at 6:00 to travel together. They will be providing pizza and snacks and each person should bring $2 to help cover the food costs. The Providence Praise Band will lead the worship service that evening and Kris Scott from C3 Church will be giving the message. We will arrive back shortly after 8:15. We certainly hope you will be able to attend and let friends and family know in case they want to join!

If you have any questions or need more information about our upcoming events, please email me at!


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