Round Hill Youth meet on the third Friday each month for guided discussion, activities, and food and fun. There is a different discussion theme each month with topics and resource curated by our staff. If you missed a gathering or would like to reflect more on the the issues, choose a topic here to check out the resources. Click here for Parental Consent Forms for youth wanting to join it.
April 20: Celebrate Food Diversity
On Sunday mornings, Round Hill Youth meet in the Community House for Youth Fellowship and the Echo the Story curriculum. – read more
Teaching Tolerance is a website whose mission is to reduce prejudice, improve intergroup relations, and support equitable school experiences for our nation’s children. They believe that schools must educate all students for full participation in a diverse democracy. Learn about Mix It Up at Lunch day here.
There are several opportunities for youth to be involved at Round Hill. Pastor Dan Haugh leads the Youth Group and other activities with middle and high school students.
The common thread is by being together and engaging in healthy, faith-based activities, the students build strong bonds with each other and benefit from the mentoring of Dan and other adult volunteers.
Community Confirmation Program
In a recent article in the New York Times about the increase of severe anxiety in American teens, the author looks at how parents, therapists, and schools are struggling to find the best way to help anxious teenagers either by protecting them or pushing them to face their fears. At Round Hill Community Church, we care deeply about the health and wellness of teenagers, and believe that a strong sense of community, meaningful service to others, and a flourishing faith can be helpful and hopeful to adolescents at this important, and sometimes confusing, time in their lives.
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