YOUTH RETREAT 2020
Jr. & Sr. High Students, our retreats are the best events that we do all year! The retreats provide an opportunity for you to get away from their daily routine and focus on their relationships with God and others. Over the years, many students point back to a youth retreat as a turning point in their relationship with God. In addition to deepening their connection with God, the retreats provide an opportunity to deepen connections with others within the group.
The Jr. High and Sr. High retreats will be held at Heartland Retreat Center in Marengo, Ohio again this year. We will meet at church on Friday, February 28 at 5 PM and return to the church on Sunday, March 1 at 12:15 PM. Each student will need a completed Heartland Consent Form. The cost for the retreat is $95. Payments can be turned in to Pastor Keith or by completing the registration link below. This year students will have the opportunity to participate in the high ropes course at Heartland during free time on Saturday. There will be an additional $15 charge. Registration and payment due by Feb. 16. Questions? Contact Pastor Keith at (614) 460-9271
Our Retreat Speakers:
Aaron Fields will be our Jr. High speaker. Aaron grew up in Coal Grove, Ohio and graduated from Cedarville University with a degree in youth ministry and Christian Education. Aaron serves as the Worship and Family Pastor at C3 Church in South Point, Ohio. He also serves as the Dean of Blue School at Super Summer. Aaron and his wife Ellen have 3 boys. Truitt is 9, Rykker is 7, and Keegan is 4. His favorite restaurant is “anywhere that has good cheeseburgers!” His favorite desert is “anything with Oreos in it.” He enjoys Hip Hop and re-watching the Office and Parks & Rec. on Netflix.
Jason McDonald will be our Sr. High speaker. Jason grew up in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He graduated from Southwest Baptist University in Missouri with a degree in mathematics and education and he has an MDiv from Southern Seminary in Louisville. Jason is the Teaching Pastor at Living Hope Church in Marysville. He also serves as a Dean in Green School at Super Summer. Jason and his wife Christina have 3 boys. Sam is 9, Nathan is 7, and Jon is 4. His favorite restaurant is Texas de Brazil. He loves cheesecake and enjoys running, playing music, and spending time with his family.