Youth Groups

Youth Group News!

Sign up now for the Beaver Brook overnights!
Friday, 10/23, for Junior YG (grades 5, 6 & 7)
Friday, 10/30, for Senior YG (grades 8 thru 12)

Spaces are limited and sign-up is required! by sending email to We’ll be meeting at the Brown Lane barn on Friday afternoon and returning for pick-up Saturday morning.  Nominal fee to cover expenses:  $15 per youth/$25 for two siblings/$30 for three.

Youth Group Mission:
 To make a positive difference in the lives of the youth
by offering service and fellowship opportunities!

All youth in 5th through 12th grades are invited to join the youth groups that offer fun fellowship opportunities through outings, service projects and social gatherings.  We’ll repeat some of the most popular past activities and introduce other new events this year!  It’s easy to join.  Register for Youth Groups by submitting a completed junior or senior permission forms for the 2015-2016 year to the church office or sending an email to  We look forward to having your children and teens join us!

 Recent Youth Group Events:

On Sunday, September 27th, the Youth Groups enjoyed a glorious day for a hike up Winn Mountain in Lyndeborough which provided spectacular views.  As the youth said, “it was worth it!”  Of course, the ice cream stop at Hayward Farms was a treat, too!

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Both Youth Groups recently kicked off the 2015-2016 year with service projects and thank you for your contributions!

The Junor YG prepared the dinner for the Ash Street Shelter on Friday, Sept. 11th including Shepard’s Pie, fresh cukes and carrots with a Ranch dip, fresh fruit salad, and two kinds of homemade cookies–Toll House chocolate chip and molasses spice.  They helped share garden harvests of fresh produce and donated peanut butter and diapers for the shelter and the Nashua Soup Kitchen.

The Senior YG and a couple JYG members (age 12+) participatied with other faith-based youth groups in a Nashua Area Interfaith Council (NAIC) community service project on Saturday, Sept. 12th.  They enjoyed fellowship and games with other youth and scraped and painted the green and white fence by Holman Stadium and the adjoining city park as well as the municipal pool’s supply building on Sargeant Ave in Nashua.  They also collected several bags of canned goods for the local food bank.