Teens and preteens enjoy time with their peers, making relationships and growing lifelong friendships.
These years are some of the most important years of their lives, shaping their souls and nourishing their spirits.
A new youth program will begin at the Craig County High School Sunday, Sept. 18 from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. each week.
Cornerstone Church – New Castle is launching this program for all area youth, middle and high school ages. There is no charge for this program or for the dinner served.
“This will be ongoing each Sunday evening,” Pastor David Brown shared. “Teens will enjoy a time of worship with singing and devotionals as well as recreation in the gym.”
They will also enjoy being served dinner in the cafeteria.
Brown added, “The goal is to provide a safe environment for spiritual growth, social fellowship and to promote Christian values to all involved. School officials are eager for this partnership, believing it will benefit the moral fabric of our students and community.”
Brown is the associate pastor of Cornerstone Church – New Castle and will be leading a group of approximately 25 volunteers in this community effort.
He has 20 years of extensive experience with young people as a full-time youth and associate pastor with churches in Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina.
For more information about participating, Brown may be contacted at (540) 765-0262.
Brown added that the hope is that these teens and tweens connect with one another, grow in life, support each other and growing in spiritual values.