Youth Ministry

Sis. Constance Thompson

[email protected]


Youth Ministry Mission Statement:

To develop and operate a safe, nurturing, and comprehensive ministry, for Youth and Children, that regularly provides them the opportunities to:

  • Increase their knowledge and understanding of God
  • Acknowledge Christ as Savior and by Him, grow in grace
  • Use their spiritual gifts to benefit the body of Christ
  • Live Gospel-centered and kingdom-focused lives at home, at school, and at play

The objectives of the Youth and Children Ministry Mission Statement are accomplished with no fewer than five strategic spiritual experiences:

  • Educational Discipleship
  • Academic Enrichment
  • Mentoring
  • Worship and Fellowship
  • Christian Service

The Youth Ministry at Lilly Grove:

  • Educational Discipleship:
    • Church School
    • AWANA – Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed
  • Academic Enrichment:
    • SEP – Summer Enrichment Program
  • Mentoring:
    • SCOUTING – Boys and Girls
    • (Scouting sessions are held on the Saturdays leading up to the 1st and 2nd Sundays of each month from 1pm – 3pm. Boy Scouts meet at the Scout House and Girl Scouts meet in the Family Life Center.)
    • TAG – Touch Another Generation
    • (Occurring each Saturday that follows the 2nd Sunday of the Month, 10:00a – 12p. Family Life Center .)  
    • NExT– Naomi’s Example Today
  • Worship and Fellowship:
    • Children Church
    • Teen Church
    • Nursery
  • Christian Service:
    • J.A.M. (Jesus a Model) Puppets
    • Junior Ushers
    • Orchestra
    • Teen Praise Team
    • Visions of Faith
    • Youth & Children Choir


The Gospel message is the common foundation of our existence in this local community of faith. It is our duty, as a faith community, to regularly present and discuss the bible’s message of Christ’s words and works to our youth in order to secure their strong faith and their steady spiritual growth.

  • CHURCH SCHOOL – Each Sunday (9:30a -10:30a , “Little Grove Village” 2nd fl. Family Life Center) trained ministry volunteers provide careful, age appropriate, interactive bible lessons to guide students to live Godly lives and make decisions that follow spiritual principles.
  • AWANA – Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed – Trained ministry volunteers lead interactive ordered bible lessons that are age appropriately design to aid young Christians to share their faith in all settings and motivating the young Christian to grow in his Christian knowledge.