T h e P a c k
Middle & High school students
By definition, a pack is a group that travels & lives together. Our pack doesn’t literally live together…but we do life together. We’re individuals with our own unique interests & hobbies, our different schools & sports, & our own family & friends. That doesn’t stop us from coming together & helping each other travel through the highs and lows of life.
So what binds us together?
Our pack is founded on the fact that God desires to have a personal relationship with each person. Through God, we’re able to love one another, love our community, & love our world. We learn together, we grow together, & we stick together.
That’s our pack.
The Pack A.M.
Sunday mornings at 10:10 AM via Zoom. The Zoom link is here. On Sunday mornings, you can join us for a Bible study at 10:10 –10:50 AM via Zoom. We’ll look at a passage in the Bible and discuss what happened back then, what God is saying, and what we should do about it today. Currently, we are using the Thread curriculum. You can read more about that here.
On the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 4:00 PM via Zoom (the link is here). On the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month in person. Time varies depending on an activity for the day. Let’s hang out, play a game or two, and dig into some faith discussion. All teens 6th-12th grade are welcome!
Mini Golf & Nathan's Ice Cream on August 25, 2020
Fall Kick-Off Day on September 22, 2020
M & M Night (Mission Projects & Movie) on October 20, 2020
What’s Coming up
You can also keep up with us on social media via Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram! Use the hashtag “#stumcthepack” when you want to interact with us & share pictures of events!
Parents & Guardians
If there’s one thing we have in common, it’s the safety & well being of your students. Rest assured, the PACK takes extraordinary measures to make sure your student is properly looked after while they are in our care. If you ever have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Pastor Arum.
John 17:23, ESV
“…I in them & you in me, that they may become perfectly one,
so that the world may know that you sent me & loved them even as you loved me.”