Tweens + Teens + College
FALL IS HERE AT DPC for Tweens, Teens, and more!!!
Check out the tweens and teens pages below for details!
Tweens = grades 4, 5, 6
Teens = grades 7-12
College = after grade 12, through college
At DPC, we know how important it is for youth to have meaningful engagement in a faith community, for support, growth, and a safe place to ask those important questions about life, the universe, and everything! So we invite you to be a part of our youth family! Check out our pages below, as well as the rest of DPC’s web site, to see the current and coming opportunities to connect, serve, and grow!
|Club 456, starts Wednesday, September 15th
||Youth Group, starts Sunday, September 19th
|Connect!, Groove, and Come Together, and Refresh! start Sunday September 26th
||Hi Parents! We could use some parent helpers – for handing out dinners and being extra hands on occasion at youth group, and sometimes bell choir! And helping us helps the kids! If you’re able, please sign up for the dates you’re free to help – and if you’d like to do it longer-term than once or twice every few months, email Carrie and let her know!
Also, check out our Children’s Ministry page for information about our Family Growth Groups for families and kids grades 4 and under, also starting on Sunday, September 26th!
There’s plenty more happening – and sign up for our social media connections, too! Stay connected with DPC Youth!
- INSTAGRAM – find us at dpcyouthdotcom
- FACEBOOK – head to dpcyouth.com
- REMIND – sign up to get reminders for DPC Youth events! Sign up for each grade section by texting the following to 81010:
- @dpc456 for 4th, 5th, 6th grade
- @dpcms1 for 7th, 8th, 9th grade
- @dpcsh8 for 10th, 11th, 12th grade
- Weekly Newsletter – Email us to subscribe to our weekly youth newsletter, What’s Up Wednesday?
- Email our Interim Director, Carrie!
Find out more about our programming for our 4th, 5th, and 6th-graders as they enter this important stage in their lives
As our teens grow into young adults they also grow in faith, serving as mentors and examples to our children and tweens
Even after moving away to attend college, the relationship with their church family remains strong