THis NOVEMBER AT BETHEL YOUTH
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Youth from the same household can be registered under one form submission.
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OUTLET - GAMES NIGHT
Friday, November 6th
Bethel Youth is back and kicking off our Friday night programming with a variety of activities! We will have a movie, video games, board games, and more.
Everything will be available in a way that can be enjoyed while physically distanced and properly disinfected between turns. Masks are required to be worn except while enjoying snacks that are individually provided to students.
If you have any questions about this or any of our upcoming events, please contact the Director of Youth Ministries, Melanie Wright (email@example.com)
CATALYST - I CRIED OUT TO GOD FOR HELP
Friday, November 13th
Our twelve session Catalyst series for the 2020-21 year, entitled, "Forsaken: Finding Refuge in God in the Midst of Isolation" will focus on the topic of lament prayers and begin with discussing where laments are found throughout the Bible and the form of laments - noting how lament moves from plea to praise; drawing the reader into anticipation and creating a pathway between our current reality and the hope to come.
More information about this Catalyst series can be found here.
OUTLET - CARDBOARD INVENTIONS
Friday, November 20th
Anyone else have a pile of cardboard at their house? Bethel Youth sure does.
Let's make something new out of cardboard boxes. Each person (or group) will be given a stack of cardboard and a few items to help aid in building their creation (paperclips, glue, duct tape, etc.). Prizes will be given to the most creative and useful creations.
Cardboard and other items will be provided, but these items can also be brought from home.
CATALYST - HIS LOVE ENDURES FOREVER
Friday, November 27th
To lament is to speak out the reality that we are experiencing, which is the general absence of God’s shalom. Scripture speaks of God’s hesed, commonly translated to “lovingkindness,” which appears over a hundred times within the psalms. In this Catalyst we will discuss how crying out in lament means coming before the Lord with expectation that His hesed will be made evident as we endure a reality that goes against God’s character.