We meet on Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30
conflicts with the school, the Youth Group decided to MOVE our Christmas party
to Wednesday, December 20. So, be sure to put that NEW DATE on
your calendar. We agreed to exchange "Secret Santa" gifts. We
settled on a $10 maximum for these gifts. We will add an extra half-hour
to our meeting time. So, on December 20 we will be together 6:30 to
Group - Christmas Break
Our youth will not meet on Wednesday,
December 27. We will be back on Wednesday, January 3.
This has become a Youth Group tradition over the last
several years. It is probably the most Christ-like thing we do all
year. Soul Food is purely about serving others. We will cook meals
for 90-100 people and box them up ready for delivery. Adults from our
church will deliver the meals to people who need them thoughout
Carrollton. We will prepare these meals for delivery on Sunday,
February 11, 2018. Learn more about Soul Food.
- Youth Group Snack
- This schedule has had a couple of modifications since we
published it a few weeks ago. So, double check your name and date. Thanks
again for everyone's help in sharing snacks.
- September 13 Anselm & Susan Williams
- September 20 Sally & Ruby
- September 27 Alisen
- October 04 Chloe Lock
- October 11 Kaitlyn
- October 18 Sally
- October 25 Bailey McNelly (No
snacks - Visit nursing homes)
- November 01 Emily
- November 08 Edyn Mulch
- November 15 Sydney
- November 22 Thanksgiving Break -
- November 29 Brooklyn
- December 06 (Volunteer
- December 13 (No snacks - Visit nursing homes)
- December 20 Ruby Schmidt Christmas Party!
- December 27 Christmas Break - No meeting
- Thanks for volunteering to bring snacks for the
group! You don't have to bring anything to expensive or
complicated. We just want something to munch on while we visit one
another around the table.
Youth Confirmation Classes
Congratulations to Sydney Bartlett,
Chloe Lock, Edyn Mulch, Alisen Pierson, and Emily Samples who completed their
confirmamtion training and have become our church's newest full members.
C.M.U. Tops in Dollars for
Central United Methodist University (formerly, Central
United Methodist College) leads all UMC-related colleges and universities in
the country in the number of Dollars For Scholars student aid recipients.
C.M.U. partners with local United Methodist congregations, the United Methodist
Higher Education Foundation (UMHEF) and the Missouri United Methodist
Foundation (MUMF) to provide these renewable ($3K-$4K) scholarships. This
year C.M.U. and the Missouri Conference had 45 DFS recipients, second only to
the Georgia Conference, which has nearly a dozen UMC-related colleges and
universities compared to Missouri's one and only university-C.M.U.
Learn about scholarships for United Methodist members
Carrollton United Methodist Church Youth