"The Fellowship of The King"
Mission/Vision of HRC's Youth Ministry
Through relationship building, we seek to provide an atmosphere of acceptance & support to create and maintain a place where our youth feel safe & are also encouraged to grow in the knowledge & experience the beauty of a loving relationship with our Heavenly Father.
Through mutual & appropriate accountability we are seeking to establish a platform for our youth that will withstand both the challenges & the excitement that life has to offer.
Leadership: Bryan & Faith Domster
Youth Small Group: Every 1st Sunday there is a class for all youth (6th-12th grade) during Sunday service : After the Sunday's corporate worship, we meet in the foyer to walk over to the church office together. We will start out all together for a teaching and then split up into small groups for discussion.
Youth Nights: The youth ministry meets every 2nd and 3rd Wednesday from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Bryan and Faith Domster's home. Please contact the church office for more information and to be introduced to Bryan and Faith.
During this time we typically begin with fellowship and a short time to get to know each other (group game) , then go into a time of worship together. From there we will have a discussion about events, mission trips, youth conferences, fundraisers. Lastly, we end with teaching/impartation of the Word and then break off into small groups for discussion.
1 John 1:7 “But if we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin.”Fellowship comes from KOINONIA , the Greek word meaning “to share in common.” Christian fellowship is more than attending a church — it is about being the Church outside of a building, by “assimilating” into the body of believers, becoming “one” in worshiping, loving, caring and sharing.
According to scripture, fellowship is not an optional matter for believers. It says, “if we walk in the light [in fellowship with God]... this causes us to have fellowship with one another.” And from the outcome of this fellowship, “the blood of Jesus, His Son, cleanses us from all sin” (1 John 1:7). We do this through groups that meet regularly and by serving together to fulfill the great commission.