Updated March 18th: Due to COVID-19 concerns our onsite youth group activities are on hold for now. The Beaver Cross Ministries "Rooted" gathering is also on hold.

Recommended: Check out Beaver Cross Ministries on Facebook or YouTube. They have started a video series: Day by Day. Monday-Friday tehy will be uploading videos that have a scripture, message, and a fun slot that youth are invited to take part in. Most are cooped up during this global pandemic, but that doesn't need to stop the community in Christ from connecting with each other.

Beside the Sunday Christian Formation offerings  for older youth our Middle School and High School Youth Groups offer a variety of interesting, fun, and meaningful trips and activities that encourage both fellowship and service.

Middle School Youth Group  (6th - 8th grade)
During the school year the Middle School Youth Group (MSYG) meetings are on the third Friday of the month from 6:30-8:30pm.  At least one additional activity will be planned each month for fun and ministry outside of the church.
Please see Kathryn Pellet or Ed Morrison for more information.

Regional Middle School Youth Group (5th - 8th grade)
Beaver Cross Ministries holds a weekly Middle School Youth Group gathering "Rooted" on Tuesdays from 6:15 - 7:30pm. The gathering is held here at St. George's and is open all youth in this age bracket. Contact: Danny Hyde -

High School Youth Group (9th - 12th grade)
During the school year, the High School Youth Group meets on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. Please see Brandi Carson or Carol MacNaughton for more information about this group.

Regional High School Youth Group (9th - 12th grade)
Beaver Cross Ministries holds a weekly High School Youth Group gathering "Rooted" on Thursdays from 6:45 - 8:00pm. The gathering is held at St. John's in Troy and is open all youth in this age bracket. Contact: Danny Hyde -

The 30 Hour Famine February 8th and 9th was great! Read more about this! 

As part of safeguarding the youth participating in St. George's youth group and events, we will need to register them. Please complete and submit the Children and Youth Registration Form. You do not need to complete this again is the individual is already registered this year for other St. George's activities.

Because the parent or designated emergency contact will not be on church property during h as youth group then you will also have to submit a medical release form.  These forms are available here, in the narthex of the church, or in the church office.

Middle School and High School youth are welcome to bring their age group friend to Youth Group meetings. If the friend will be a regular at our youth group activities, we will need a registration form and medical release form from their parents.

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