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Weekly Youth Update: 10/13-10/19

The past two weeks, we’ve had two great guest teachers at our youth revival and youth Bible study! Miguel Chavis and Jordan Nates did a great job of teaching God’s Word and building relationships with students and we’re praying that we continue to see an impact from their time with us.

This week, we will pick back up with our “Relationships” series with a study of the church. Our prayer is that students will understand God’s love and plan for the church and pursue ways to greater serve the church! Bible study begins at 6:30 and lasts until 7:30. The Family Life Center will open at 6:00 for anyone wanting to hang out.

Sunday, November 2, the Homeland Park Youth will join other churches from the Saluda Baptist Association for the Associational Youth Rally! The rally will take place at Good Hope Baptist Church in Iva, South Carolina. The pizza dinner begins at 4:45 and the rally will begin at 5:30. Matt Wurst will be speaking and Basic Life will be leading worship. We will leave the church around 4:15 and arrive back around 7:15. The rally is an incredible time to join other believers in worshipping God and to fellowship with His people!

The Homeland Park youth will join other area churches for the ENGAGE student rally from November 14-16 at Camp Longridge in Ridgeway, South Carolina! The cost is $99 and a $30, non-refundable deposit is due October 15.

If you have any questions, please email me at jason@homelandparkbc.org!


Jason

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