Connected through Christ to grow and serve in His image.
Grades 6 -12
We are connected through Christ to grow and serve in His image.
LINK meets on the 2nd – 5th Sundays of each month from 6:30-8:00 p.m. for fellowship, discussion, and fun. Our discussions help us to better understand how our faith can be lived out as young Christians. We delve into issues of social justice, relationships, hunger, homelessness, and so much more. We are dedicated to living out our faith through service activities both at Incarnation and in our community. All 6th – 12th graders are encouraged to join us on Sunday evenings. Email or text Deacon Mindy for more information.
Beginning in the fall, the 1st – 5th graders are invited to come together monthly for a Bible lesson and fun. Watch for announcements to come for the specific time and location. We hope to see all of you there!
Our confirmation program will begin regular meetings in the fall of 2022. The curriculum covers instruction on the Old Testament, New Testament and Small Catechism. The meetings are led by Deacon Mindy and Ms. Riley. There is also regular participation from our pastor. *Middle school students who are not seeking to be Confirmed are welcome to attend these sessions.
Youth are encouraged to travel together for retreats, camps, and youth gatherings. Each year brings new opportunities for our students. In July, 2022, our youth are going to LRCC at Luther Glen. Opportunities also arise for youth to participate in mission trips that can take them to other parts of the world. Small groups have traveled to India to help at the Piyali Learning Center in Kolkata and to Yaoundé, Cameroon to work on renovations of a house for our Center for Girls. We regularly help in Mexico to build houses through our partnership with Project Mercy. Youth are encouraged to get involved in these missions and others to live into their call as Christians in the world. Travel may be restricted by age requirements. Contact Deacon Mindy for more details.
To find out more about past trips, read the Youth's Mission Blog.