All Things Herndon UMC Youth

Youth Bible Study

Youth Bible Study

All those in grades 7 through 12 are invited to Youth Bible study. It is an opportunity to dive deep into scripture and God’s word together.  We come together to challenge our faith and encourage one another to learn to live the life...

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Share your love of God with our Youth & College Students

Volunteer to help support Student Ministries at Herndon UMC.

Join the Herndon UMC Youth Facebook Group

For protection of our youth, this is a closed group for families of youth involved at Herndon UMC. You must have a connection to Herndon UMC or have a registered youth to participate.

Follow Herndon UMC Youth on Instagram

@herndonumcyth

For protection of our youth, this is a private group and you must request access.

Sheri Fairchild

Sheri Fairchild

Director, Student Ministries

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Students include youth (grades 7-12) and college students.  They are an important part of Herndon UMC missions and ministries. Herndon UMC offers students a wide variety of opportunities for growth as Christ-followers and a safe place to explore their faith.

Youth Group meets weekly on Sundays at 5:30 pm from mid-August to early June.  Right now, our Youth Group is meeting over ZoomYouth are invited to join in and stay connected.  There is also an ongoing Bible study.  Current information about the study is posted above. 

Herndon UMC loves music, and our youth may participate in a variety of ways, singing with Voices of Truth choir, ringing with New Generation Ringers, or singing and playing with the band, Herndon Untd.  Follow the links to learn more about the opportunities and to put your interests and skills into use praising God.

Herndon UMC students serve in many ways: at Vacation Bible School, for our Upward Basketball league and camp, and on Youth Missions. Learn more about these opportunities and all the other exciting ones that will come up throughout the year in the posts above.

If you want to participate, please make sure that we have (emergency) contact information from your family.