Youth Ministry
Our youth ministry invites young disciples to live into the calling to be disciples of Christ through community and mission. 

Real community. Real faith. Real Mission. 

Get Involved! 

Please contact the church for updated youth activities information (704-864-2651 or and we will be glad to get that to you! 
FPC is currently searching for our next director of youth ministries.  Might God be calling you to join these vibrant and thoughtful youth in their journey?  Job Description: Director of Youth Ministries


Community. It's about being there for each other - in the good, in the bad, in the everyday. It's about growth and being together and serving the world around us. Together.

Sunday School

Sunday School classes meet at 10:00 am. Our Senior High meet at the PAD. Our Mid-High meet in the confirmation wing.

Sunday School is a time for the youth to dive deep into the Word of God. It is a time of intensive learning and discussion, and young men and women will grow in their faith through the Confirmation classes and then deal with how the Bible interacts with their lives during their senior high classes.

Sunday Night  Fellowship

Sunday Night Youth Fellowship is a time for young people to enjoy a night of food, fellowship, games, and a Bible lesson. Students will be given a chance to interact with other youth and be introduced to the Word of God in a fun and new way.Our Youth Fellowship schedule follows an alternating schedule from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the PAD. 

Bibles & Biscuits

Every other Thursday of the month the youth meet at the Bojangles on S. New Hope road from 7:00 a.m. to 7:40 a.m. We will enjoy a devotion, breakfast, and discussion. The devotion will be led by either a youth member or the youth director, and we encourage all that can come to join us.  Bibles and Biscuits is a great way to start the day and encourages students to spend time in the Word of God every day before school. Be sure to check our the monthly calendars for specific dates.

Small Group Hangouts

Small Group Hangout is a chance for youth to gather in same-gender groups to discuss current issues and to build a mentoring relationship with positive role models. In these group settings, students share thoughts and devotions and are able to grow their relationships with Christ and have their voices heard.

Small Groups gather twice a semester at the discretion of small group leaders and their groups. The meeting venue will change often in order to explore different parts of Gastonia.