Middle school life can get complicated. More demands at school, more pressure to fit in socially, more independence. The church steps in with positive, faith-focused community for students in grades 6, 7, and 8. Look for anything tagged “678.” It’s for you.
678 Sunday learning is hosted in the Youth Headquarters in the lower level, at the bottom of the stairs. Students gather by 10:20 a.m. each Sunday, September-May for an interactive lesson followed by age specific break out small groups for discussion.
Each month, come to a 678 Night – usually the fourth or fifth Wednesday of the month, 6:30-8 p.m. High-energy games, fun, togetherness, and great Bible studies with campfire-style worship. Our youth director, Andy Langdon, and a slew of high school youth leaders rally the excitement.
Special 678 events throughout the year are fantastic times to invite friends into the St. Paul youth community and to make new connections. Samples? Try a community-wide gathering, a spring lock-in, and a week-long summer experience. Anticipate the good times.
At St. Paul, faith milestones are special markers along the growing-up journey. Each milestone is grounded in the Bible and nurtures faith in everyday life.
Sixth grade | Digital identity: Parents and kids will explore identity and faith in a digital age.
Seventh & eighth grade | Confirmation: Students in grades 7 and 8 plug into the St. Paul confirmation experience. Learn more
Choirs, grades 6-8
Grade 6: Join in the Cantate Choir
Grades 7 & 8: Step into the Youth Choir
Exercise your faith in song! Learn more
Grades 678: Andy Langdon