Fall Kick Off Announcements
We’re ready to kick off another great year in Refuge Youth Ministries! I know you have a lot going on right now preparing to return to school so here are a few reminders to help you stay in the know!
Sunday, August 16 – Promotion Sunday! Youth - join us for Basecamp from 9:30-10:30 a.m. as we welcome the new 7th graders! We will have a delicious breakfast, some games and hear from Haley Watson and Dalton Green (seniors) about their summer mission experience in Hawaii!
*PARENTS - We will also have an official notary (Lori Hodges) in the youth room starting at 9:15 a.m. for any parents who need to have the new medical & media release forms notarized! So, stop by with the form so you can make it official for the year.
Monday, August 17 – Deadline to register for the Back to School Retreat that is August 21 and 22! Make sure to bring or mail your $25 and new medical & media release form to the church office by Monday 5 pm! More information about our Back to School Retreat is on our website at www.refugejc.com. You don’t want to miss this awesome 24-hour kick off to the year!
YOUTH CHOIR and YOUTH PRAISE TEAM: Information is enclosed with the Fall 2015 schedule for youth choir and youth praise team. Our first rehearsals begin Sunday, August 23!
WEDNESDAYS – Our Wednesday youth program, Souled Out, begins on September 2! We meet from 6:00-7:30 pm and have an exciting year ahead. Hope you’ll make it a priority to be there and to bring friends.
Here’s how to stay in the know:
(Links for all of the following are found on our website at refugejc.com/connect)
1. Join our Refuge Text Service. We send out texts 1-2 times a weeks to remind you about things or to make special announcements.
2. Join our email list. We send out weekly emails reminding you of the schedule for the week, due dates, and just some general awesome announcements.
3. If you are on Facebook, ask to join our group (www.facebook.com/groups/refugestudents)
4. If you are on Twitter, follow us at www.twitter.com/refugejc.
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