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Weekly Youth Update: 8/26-9/1

This past week, we had some new faces for our weekly Bible study and we served plenty of families at our Fall Out of Summer Spectacular. God’s faithfulness has been clearly seen as our church is starting to reach more families and youth.

Wednesday night, we will be meeting at the church at 6:00 to leave for New Prospect Baptist Church’s “Back to School Rally.” This will replace our weekly Bible study. We should arrive back just after 8:15 and make sure to bring $2 for pizza. Providence Praise Band will lead the worship service and Kris Scott from C3 Church in Anderson will be giving the message. Please join us and other Anderson area youth ministries for this night of fellowship, worship, and fun!

Next Wednesday, September 4th, we will start our new fall study series, Christian Basics. We will be studying the basics of Christianity in order to better worship God, grow as believers, and communicate our faith to a dying, sinful world so they too might be worshipers of God. The Family Life Center will open at 6:00 for anyone who wants to play basketball or have fun outside. Bible study will begin at 6:30 and end just before 7:30.

Finally, on Saturday, September 7th, Elizabeth and I will be hosting the youth at our apartment to watch the Georgia-South Carolina football game from 4:00-7:30. Kickoff is at 4:30. We will have pizza and snacks for food and games for anyone not interested in watching football. The game should be over by 7:15. If you are unable to come for the entire time, feel free to drop by during the game. My email will be below if you need my address and directions.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me at!

We’re looking forward to a great week!


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