• Mission Trips

  • Connection Band

  • New Generation Ringers

  • Youth Group

HUM-C Students offers a wide variety of programming and opportunities for growth as Christ followers.  Our desire is to create a safe place for students, from 7th grade through young adults, to explore their faith and become healthy Christ followers for their entire lives.

In addition to Sunday School and Youth Group, there are musical opportunities like the Voices of Truth Choir and New Generation Ringers.  Youth are also welcome to share their talents through the Connection Band, Out of the Darkness (Puppet Ministry) and on mission trips with Youth Led Missions.   Learn more about these programs by following the links, and check back here for all the other exciting opportunities that will come up throughout the year. 

If you want to participate, please make sure that you complete the The Connection Project forms for your family.    



CONFIRMATION 2018/2019 is for 8th graders and beyond. We will be meeting monthly starting September 30.

Please contact Sheri if you’re interested.

Eight Middle Schoolers lead by two adults spent a week doing various light construction projects (e.g. cleaning, painting, staining, building and repairing wheel chair ramps, steps, decks and porches) in the community of Romney, WV. They enjoyed building relationships and growing in their faith through worship and Bible study themed around “Do you ride shot gun, or are you the driver?” They also enjoyed free time at Cacapon State Park and had many laughs at their first attempt at duck pin bowling.

While many were celebrating the end of the school year and start to the summer, 6 adult leaders (including 4 college kids) and 14 High Schoolers from Herndon UMC ventured to Philadelphia, PA for a week of service. Besides running up and down the “Rocky” steps, they enjoyed opening their hearts to love of the Lord and the movement of the Spirit while working with the community in addressing the food insecurity issues faced by many low income families, children and seniors. Not only was it a faith filled week, it was quite enlightening to be a part of urban garden initiatives and to join hands with so people within the community that have hearts for serving.