It is the goal of our teen ministries to help families develop a spiritual foundation that equips each member to live out the Christian lifestyle. Our vision for the Youth Ministry is to develop a community of young people who are experiencing the joy of a relationship with God, who recognize God’s purpose for their lives, and who seek to know God more. We desire our youth to make Him known to others while simultaneously building healthy friendships and experiencing meaningful fellowship. In general, we desire our Youth Ministries to enhance what parents are doing at home, but not entirely replace it. We envision students seeing Christ as the answer, getting an opportunity to know Him better through worship, and activities. Our goal for out teens is to love God and each other as Christ has loved us, and then to impact those around them with His love.

TEEN CAMP (June 2-6)

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Indian Creek Baptist Camp June 2nd-6th: This summer the Teens from High St Baptist Church will be going away for a week long summer camp! This is an amazing opportunity for your young person to encounter Jesus, meet some great friends, and of course have lot’s of fun! We are expecting this camp to be a life changer for your teen. We believe after people encountered Jesus NOTHING WAS THE SAME and the same will happen with your son/daughter. The dates of this camp are June 2-6. Sign up your teen today, you wont regret it. Any questions about getting your young person signed up just give us a call here at High St Baptist Church.

Youth Conference (August 4-8)

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This year we will be heading down to the Shawnee Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky for their annual Youth Conference. This year’s theme is “Power Up;” our teens will be privileged to hear Dr. Kenny Baldwin along with several other great speakers. We will be leaving Monday, August 4th and returning on Thursday, August 7th. Anyone is welcome to come with us; if you are interested in signing up, please see Bro. Nick Holloway for more information or contact the office here at High Street Baptist Church.