Kids For Christ (K.F.C.)
Kid’s for Christ (K.F.C.) is a group for the pre-kindergarten through 6th grade youth of Zion. K.F.C. serves the community throughout the year by completing various service projects where the youth are living out Zion’s mission of being the serving arm of Jesus to the community. K.F.C. also has regular fellowship throughout the year where our youth spend time hanging our with fellow Zion members and their friends. Whether the kids are bowling, or collecting items for Nurses for Newborns, K.F.C. is a safe, loving, and service-rich environment for youth to enrich their faith.
Zion’s K.F.C. is led by Theresa Williams. Email Theresa with any questions you have at email@example.com
Zion’s Youth Fellowship
Connecting with God, Connecting with others, Serving all.
“I like be able to hang out with people my age who also like hearing about God's Word as much as I do! I like being able to participate in events when I know I can help others love church as much as me.” - Elizabeth Williams - Senior Youth Member
“I like coming to Teen Night and Youth events at Zion because we're always doing something fun while also tying our faith into everything we do. I feel like our leaders really engage and invest in us and we are all just one big family that that gets along so well and continues to grow.” - Skye Batchelor - Senior Youth Member
Zion Youth Group seeks and encourages all youth & friends to hang out throughout the year. Aside from yearly activities that help us to grow in our faith, we also meet in Grace Haus for Teen Night on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month for a small meal, devotion, & games/activities. Grace Haus is Zion’s youth building on the southwest corner of campus. In Grace Haus, you will find awesome kids centered around the Word, comfortable furniture, foosball, ping-pong, and air hockey!
Ages range from 6th grade through high school.
Zion’s Youth are led by member Amy Uphoff. Interested in learning more about what our youth are up to? Contact Amy by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org