Grounded Youth Ministry (GYM)
At Sedge Garden, we understand the importance of providing a safe and welcoming environment for children to learn about God. That's why all of our children's ministry leaders and volunteers are safe-sanctuary approved. We offer a variety of engaging programs and activities for children of all ages that are designed to help them grow in their faith and build meaningful relationships with other kids. Join us for our children and youth services and see the difference for yourself!
Join us every week on Sunday at 8:30am for contemporary worship, or at 10:55am for traditional worship.
Join us throughout the week for Bible Studies and Devotions! Each are offered in six-week increments and are topic-area focused.
Our Small Group programming is focused on spiritual development and formation. Small Groups meet on Sunday mornings between the two worship services from 10-11am.
Fellowship and fun opportunities are an important aspect of growing our community! See the calendar of events below for this month’s Harvest activities; dates and times vary.
A fun and welcoming community for Middle School and High School students to get to know God, grow their personal faith, worship, serve, and build the community of believers in Sedge Garden.
Annual Youth Events
United Methodists use the term "Confirmation" to mark the first time a baptized Christian publicly confirms their intention to live the vows of the baptismal and membership covenant, and so becomes a professing member of the local congregation and The United Methodist Church.
Preparation for confirmation begins when youth enter their middle school years (6th-8th grades).
We are called to be God’s hands and feet! Our youth mission trips include service and relational work – everything from building houses to serving meals to the hungry. We come together to give back to local and regional communities in need in the spirit of service.
Through a four-day backpacking and camping journey in the wilderness, youth step out of their comfort zones and dive deeper into the love of God. This love helps young people catch the joy of connecting with God amidst His creation and serving others along the way. They find that they want this life abundant not just on the hike, but in their communities as they return home, too.