Youth & Young Adults

We have many opportunities for our youth and young people here at Laurinburg Presbyterian. From music opportunities to missions to the Montreat Youth Conference, we hope you get involved!

YOUTH groups

Our youth group meets Sunday nights (September through early May) at 5:45 in the fellowship hall for dinner, fellowship, and music. Following this time together, the two groups break for various educational programs and mission projects. Throughout the year, our youth participate in morning worship leading us in the call to worship, reading scripture and singing. Sometime during the months of January through March, our youth participate in the CROSS Mission trip in Charlotte, and go skiing in West Virginia.

SENIOR HIGH YOUTH

In July, rising 9th graders through recent high school graduates are invited to participate in the Montreat Youth Conference. This group leads worship in early August.

 

 

 

 

 

Sr. Highs at Monroe Camp and Retreat Center October 5, 2014

 

 

 

 

We always enjoy our time together so if you haven’t been yet, we hope to see you soon! Remember… there is always room for one more!!!

 

Middle School Youth

Join us Sunday from 5:45–7:30. We begin with dinner together followed by an opportunity for study, mission, fellowship and worship. We always enjoy our time together so if you haven’t been yet, we hope to see you soon! Remember… there is always room for one more!!!

Junior Youth Group

A group for third–fifth graders that meets periodically during the year for fellowship and service projects.

Boy Scouts

Find out more about our Boy Scout Troop at Laurinburg Presbyterian by viewing our Boy Scouts page.

Young Adults

We have many opportunities for our Young Adults to get involved. Many enjoy getting involved in the choir. To find out more ways to get involved please see our get involved page.

To get involved in any of the youth programs at Laurinburg Presbyterian Church or to find out more information please feel free to contact us via email at info@laurinburgpres.com or phone 910-276-0831.


Permission for Participation and Emergency Medical Treatment

Laurinburg Presbyterian Church Safe Sanctuary Policy

Youth Program for the Church Years 2014-2015

All information given is confidential and provided only to those who work directly with youth.

Legal Name of Youth:

Perferred Name (if different from above):

Sex:
 Male Female
Age:

Date of Birth:

Parent of Guardian Information

Name:

Relationship:

Address:

City:

State:
Zip:

Phone Number(s):
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In an emergency, if we are unable to reach you list phone numbers of a friend or relative we may contact.

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Number:

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Are there any conditions that require special attention we should know about, e.g. hearing or sight impairment, ADD or ADHD, behavior issues, or any other? Please list below:

Medical Information

Allergies (complete food allergy action plan if needed):

Last Tetanus or DPT:

Any medications being taken (update as needed):

Any special dietary requirements?

Any other signification information?

Insurance Information

*Please bring in a copy of the front and back of medical card.

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Name of Parent’s Employer:

Address:

Youth Advisors

  • Brian Bounds
  • Susan Hartwell
  • Sherrie Phillips
  • Jamie Sutherland
  • Leslie Coughenour
  • Maggie Liles
  • John McLaurin
  • Bradley Williams

I actively support and give permission for my daughter/son to participate in all of the activities of the Laurinburg Presbyterian Youth group, including without limitation, transportation by private or Church-owned vehicle. Because I trust the adult supervision and my daughter/son, I hereby release the Laurinburg Presbyterian Church and the individual adult leaders accompanying the group from liability for any injury or problem occurring en route to and from and during any activities and overnight trips. I also give permission to have and will accept financial responsibility for my daughter/son to be examined and treated by a qualified physician in case of an emergency. In case of emergency, I hereby authorize church personnel to call 911 or take appropriate action. I understand that I will be contacted as soon as possible concerning any medical or behavioral problem with my child. I consent to appropriate use by LPC of photographs that include my child for church publications.
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