FCPC’s Youth Group is built around two ideas: “everyone is welcome” and “no one is perfect.” As a ministry of FCPC, we strive to provide a welcoming place for learning, fun, and service. Another phrase shared on a regular basis in FCPC’s Youth Room is, “This is the place where we practice being members of the Kin-dom of God.” When we participate in lessons, we practice. When we play games, we practice. When we eat dinner together, we practice. When we travel, we practice. When we serve, we practice. These practices allow us to take the principles of the church and apply them to our lives outside of the beautiful building on the corner of North 4th and Orange Street. In practice, we are not always perfect in our execution. However, one of the most important distinctives of God’s Kin-dom is forgiveness, and we have plenty of that to go around! Any and all are invited to join with us as we combine our talents and world views to journey together learning about what it means to be the Body of Christ.
Sign-Up Forms, Covenants, and Surveys
|2022-2023 Youth Covenant|
|2022-2023 Digital Communications Permissions|
|Warp’d Registration (Feb. 11)|
|Mo-Ranch Spring Retreat Registration (Mar. 24-26)|
Sundays (6th-12th grades)
9:45 AM in the Mug Stop – Youth Church School
4:30 PM – 6:30 PM in the Youth Room – Sunday Night Singing, Games, Dinner and Study
From Our Youth Director, Grace Sosa:
Hello everyone! Thank you for visiting the FCPC Youth page! Here is a little about me – I’ve been at FCPC since 2019, first as our Coordinator of Children’s Ministry. I graduated from Hardin-Simmons University in 2019 with my BA in English Education for 7th-12th graders. I graduated with my Master of Divinity from the ACU Graduate School of Theology in 2022.
As a pastor’s kid, I grew up always involved in church in one way or another. I have lots of experience leading children’s ministry, volunteering with youth ministry, as well as preaching and pastoral care.
What I love about youth ministry is that this is the age when students are forming relationships and habits that can last their whole lives. It is my hope that our youth will develop lifelong friendships and practices they can take with them to adulthood.
I’m looking forward to lock-ins, retreats, camp, Youth and Senior Sunday, confirmation, and lots more! Be sure to follow us on Instagram for the latest youth news!
Have questions? Feel free to contact Grace Sosa or Kori Barr (Christian Education Administrative Assistant) or call us at 325-677-3501 (ask for Grace or Kori).