Youth Ministries
Youth Ministries at Reid Memorial


Reid Youth Ministries


Our purpose is to be filled by God's grace, poured out in service, together in joy! 

We are called to seek opportunities to learn and be filled with God’s love and grace and share that love in service and outreach to others. Connecting it all, our fellowship together is characterized by joy and welcome.
When we gather together in Christ’s name we are called to reach out to each other, encourage one another, and treat each other with the love that Jesus modeled for us.  


Middle School Youth
Meet Sunday afternoons from 4pm-6pm at Reid Memorial in the Alan Fuqua Center. This time is designed to be a time for youth to connect with each other, their leaders and God. During this time there are lesson and discussion, games, music, energizers and prayer. This is the fall semester schedule:


High School Youth
Meets Sunday evenings from 5:30pm-7:15pm at Reid Memorial in the Alan Fuqua Center. 5:30-6pm is an unstructured fellowship time, while 6pm-7:15pm is intentionally focused on a study and discussion. This fall youth are studying the book: “Can I Ask that? 8 Hard Questions about God and Faith.

Youth Sunday School Starts at 9:30am in the Alan Fuqua Center
Middle School Classes are for students in grades 6 through 8. This class will be led by Maria Jenkins. They will be using Live Junior High curriculum.

High School Classes are for students in grades 9 through 12. This class is be led by Jim and Jean McKnight. They will be using the Live: High School curriculum.


High School Prayer Breakfast meets on 2nd and 4th Tuesday morning of each month at 6:50am at the Washington Rd Chick-fil-a. Prayer breakfast is a time of community, fellowship and a time to pray for each other and the world before departing ways and going about the day.

Middle School Prayer Breakfast meets in host homes on Thursdays. The 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month is in Richmond County at 7am, and the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month are in Columbia County homes at 6:30am. Host homes provide the place, drinks and a ride to school, and Hannah brings the food. If you'd like to host, please let Hannah know.  

8th Grade Students | 4:00-5:30 | Alan Fuqua Center (AFC)
 Confirmation is a time of study, fellowship and reflection on the wonderful calling we have in Christ to be his disciples. Discover the life of Christian discipleship and explore the meaning of membership in the Presbyterian church.


6th grade-12th grade students | Various Times & Locations
Fall Trips:
October 12-14: Beach Sabbath Retreat (6th-12th grades)
⦁ Tybee Island 4H Center
⦁ With Augusta area Episcopal and PCUSA churches
Winter 2019 Trips:
January 18-21: High School Winter Retreat 
⦁ Disney World Parks
⦁ With Church of the Good Shepherd
⦁ Cost: $350 until 9/15; $375 until 10/15; $400 until 11/15; $425 after 11/15

February 15-18: Middle School Winter Retreat
⦁ Cross Missions & Great Wolf Lodge Charlotte, NC
⦁ With Church of the Good Shepherd
⦁ Cost: $200 until Nov 15; $225 until 1/15

Summer Trips 2018:
6th-12th grades:
VBS/God @ Home Mission
⦁ When: June 2-7
⦁ Where: Reid Memorial
⦁ Cost: $125
⦁ For rising 6th-graduated 12th grade students

Middle School:
Magical Mystery Tour
o When: June 18-22
o Where: It’s a mystery…
o Cost: $375; register by 1/15: $325
o For rising 6th-completed 8th grade students

Montreat Middle School Conference
o When: July 17-July 21
o Where: Maryville College in TN
o Cost: $425; register by 1/15: $400
o For rising 6th- completed 8th grade students

High School:
Mission Trip
o When: June 8-June 15
o Where: Guatemala
o Cost: $1550
o Deadline to apply: October 15

Montreat Conference
o When: July 22- July 27
o Where: Montreat Conference Center in NC
o Cost: $425; register by 12/15: $375


Medical Release Form | Guatemala Devotional 2019

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