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Weekly Youth Update: 2/24 - 3/1

The Homeland Park youth had an amazing time of fellowship with the rest of the church body at our Valentine’s Party! We made Valentine’s for our shut-ins and spent time with the church around a great meal. Nights like these are great blessings as the youth are able to meet and get to know strong believers who are amazing examples of being faithful followers of our Lord!

This week we have two items on our youth calendar. First, we will return to our normal Bible study schedule. We will be continuing our Questions series as we study how God answers prayer. The Family Life Center will open at 6:00 Wednesday night; Bible study will begin at 6:30 and end by 7:30. We hope that you are able to join for a great time of growth, fellowship, and fun! Don’t forget to invite family and friends!

The other event on our youth calendar is our “Youth Olympics” from 1:00-3:00 Saturday afternoon, March 1 (lunch will not be provided). We will be on the field next to the Family Life Center playing games such as kickball and flag football! Invite your friends and family to come for what will definitely be an amazing time!

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


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