(The Joelton Youth Ministry is for those in the 7-12th grades.)

  • Our mission for the Joelton Youth Ministry (JYM) is: to make disciples who can make disciples.

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  • Regular Class Times/Events:
    • Sunday Morning class: 9:00am
    • Wednesday Night class: 7:00pm
    • Bordeaux: The 3rd Sunday morning of each month at 8:00am
    • Teen Devos: The 3rd Sunday night of each month from 5:00-7:30pm
    • Young men & Young women’s training classes: The last Wednesday night of each month from 7:00-8:00pm.

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Upcoming events:       *( ↓ click on the name of the event for more information)

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  • Young men & Young women’s training classes: 
    • For: 7-12th graders
    • When: September 27th (the last Wednesday night of each month)
      • What are these classes? These classes are designed to train our young men and young women. We will do this by teaching them how Christian men and women should act, serve, lead, etc. in the church.
        • The Young Men’s class will be led by myself, John Davies, and Mr. Buddy Sherrill.
          • This class is for young men in the 7-12th grades.
          • This class will meet in the new auditorium.
        • The Young Women’s class will be led by Katie Partlow and Courtney Chance.
          • This class is for young women in the 7-12th grades.
          • This class will meet in the Teen Center.
          • Young women, I think you will really enjoy this class, and I know Katie and Courtney are excited to be with y’all!
      • I believe these classes will greatly help us accomplish our mission of making disciples who can make disciples.
      • Please encourage your teen/(s) to come to church on these nights so they can get involved in these classes! If you have any comments, questions, or concerns please text me. I think the teens will really enjoy these classes!

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  • Sherrill’s Farm:
    • For: 7-12th graders
    • When: Saturday, October 7th (5:00-8:00pm)
    • Where: At the Sherrill’s farm (text me if you need the address)
    • Details:
      • This will be a fun opportunity for the teens to hang out, to eat dinner, and to enjoy a hayride, a bonfire (with s’mores), and a devo together!
      • More details will be posted soon, but please mark this night on your calendars! It’s going to be a lot of fun!

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  • Brazil:
    • When: Summer 2018
    • For: 7-12th graders (+ a few family members)
    • As you may have heard, I would really like to take the teens on a mission trip to Brazil next summer (2018), but I need some feedback from you to see who is interested in potentially going. The trip will likely cost between $2,000 and $2,500, but I believe we can easily fundraise that money over the next 10-11 months. I believe we can raise a majority of the money by sending out letters to friends, family, teachers, coaches, etc. If you have any interest in going next year, PLEASE let me know, so I can get an idea of what size group we might take!
    • Disclaimer: You probably realized that it says this trip is for 7-12th graders + a few family members. The reason I said that is because the main reason for taking this trip is to provide an opportunity for the teens to see the world from a different perspective, which will hopefully lead them to develop a passion for serving others. For some of the teens, this may be their first time going outside of the USA, so this can be a very eye opening experience for them. I remember being in their shoes not too long ago, when I went on my first mission trip to Cozumel, Mexico in the 6th grade. It changed the way I saw the world, because it opened my eyes for the first time in my life, to the way people lived outside of America. It was the first time I saw the challenges that people experienced in a third world country. Those eye-opening experiences eventually led to a passion developing in me to continue to go on mission trips, because I wanted to serve others and tell them about Jesus. My hope is that our teens will have a similar experience. For the reasons I just mentioned, we would like for as many of the spots on the trip to be filled by teens as possible, especially those who have not been to Brazil before. I want to be clear that we will definitely need several adult chaperones on the trip, but the number of chaperones will depend on how many teens sign up for the trip! Please talk about this trip with your family, and contact me to let me know if you have any interest in going next summer!

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  • Teen Devo:
    • For: 7-12th graders
    • When: Sunday, October 15th (5:00-7:30pm)
    • Where: The Frensley’s House
    • Details:
      • Food: 
        • TBD.
      • Transportation: Since their house is less than 10 minutes away from church, I believe it makes the most sense for everyone to drop off their own teen/(s) at the Frensley’s house, rather than dropping them off at the church to take a van there. (please text me if you need their address!)
      • Devo: TBD.
      • What is a teen devo? The 3rd Sunday night of each month we will have a devotional specifically for the youth ministry. Each month a different family will host the devo at their home.
      • Why are we doing it? The reason we are doing these teen devos is to intentionally provide an additional lesson and atmosphere that is catered to the teens. We believe this will foster the growth of relationships between the teens, as well as with the families who host the devo.

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  • Bordeaux:
    • For: 7-12th graders
    • When: Sunday, October 15th (8:00am)
    • Details:
      • On the third Sunday of each month Mr. David Frensley or Mr. Kevin Krantz leads a group of teens to the Bordeaux hospital.
        • They meet in the front parking lot at our church at 8:00am, and they return to our church during the morning service (typically around the time communion is being served).
      • What do the teens do there? Many of the people in the hospital are in wheelchairs, and they need someone to push them down the halls to and from the church service. That is the primary way our teens can help, but they can also help tremendously by being there to encourage the people in the hospital.
      • Why do we do it? It is a great opportunity for our teens to get to serve others, especially people whom they normally would not encounter otherwise. Parents, please encourage your teen/(s) to consider serving at Bordeaux this upcoming Sunday.

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Bible Bowl 2017 (9/10/2017) - Every year our church participates in Bible Bowl. This is a Bible knowledge competition for children and youth. Questions are multiple choice from a predetermined set of books from the Bible. This year was on Mark, Philippians, and Colossians. There... Continue Reading →
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Forms for Youth Events (9/6/2016) - 2017- 2018 Release Form & Participant Covenant: JYMReleaseForm(1perFamily)PDF 2017-2018 Emergency Contact & Release Form: JYMEmergencyContactForm(1perPerson)PDF School Release Form for CYC 2018:


2017- 2018 Release Form & Participant Covenant:
JYMReleaseForm(1perFamily)PDF

2017-2018 Emergency Contact & Release Form:
JYMEmergencyContactForm(1perPerson)PDF

Youth Minister: 770-656-0819 (Jackson Shamblin)

Jackson’s email: jacksonforjesus@me.com

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