The Youth Ministry at First Baptist Church of Memphis is a place to connect with others, learn and grow together, and use our unique gifts and personalities to make an impact on the world around us. We try to challenge each other to explore what it means to be a Christian in our everyday lives at school, at home, with our friends, etc. We pray together, we learn together, we have fun together, sometimes we argue together, but in the end we stick together. We have students from all over the Memphis area.
Middle School Sunday School (6th-8th Grade): 9:30 – 10:45 a.m.
Sr. High Sunday School (9th-12th Grade): 9:30 – 10:45 a.m.
In both Sunday School classes we strive to connect the Bible to our lives in interesting and interactive ways. By studying the Bible in the context of what we do at school, at home, with our friends, and with our family we try to learn more about God, about each other, and about ourselves.
Sundays in September-May from 5-7 p.m.
Youth Sunday Nights start September 8!
Each Sunday night the youth gather for Bible Study, dinner, and games. This is a precious time for us and we enjoy our time together. I would love for our youth to get to know their church family better. Please consider bringing dinner for the youth (10-12 teens) and eating with us on Sunday nights at 6:00. The church provides paper products, utensils, drinks, and some condiments.
Our conversations around the dinner table are a treasure, and on Sunday nights we spend time getting to know what is going on in the lives of our youth. You can sign up to bring dinners by contacting Holly.
Mission trips, retreats, camping, music, basketball, Frisbee golf, lock-ins, Bible studies, food, kickball, Shelby Farms, Overton Park, snow cones, biking, swimming, movies. We enjoy all sorts of things and are open to discovering something new. For any questions please contact Holly.
Sunday, September 16 our youth led us in worship, asking us to reflect on the words we use, reminding us of their power, and challenging us to start an inspiring fire of positive words. Worshippers were asked to write something they loved about their...
5-7 p.m. Sometimes it is hard to make sense of the tragic things that happen in our lives and in our world. We wonder where God is and what we are supposed to do next. On Sunday nights in youth this fall, we will take a look at how the People of God respond when bad...