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This blog is the place to look for news and events for youth. For general information about youth programming, click here. If you have questions about the youth group, contact Laura Foley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Friday Feb. 17, 2017, Pullen Youth collaborated with Neigbhor2Neighbor to host an event called MadHouse. This event provided a safe, fun and positive environment for minority urban city children living in poverty. The majority of the students that participated in this event were from SE Raleigh.
While SE Raleigh children played basketball, the Pullen Youth prepared healthy snacks for all the young basketball players. During halftime and between games, Pullen served food, laughter and smiles. Pullen Youth have agreed to participate in this event once a month.
Thanks for all the parents support for this event.
Learn more about Neigbor2Neighbor: http://www.n2noutreach.org/
Co-Leaders: Brian Crisp & Terrance Ruth
Parents, volunteers, and youth, please click here and fill out this form.
Parents and Youth will gather on Wednesday, August 31 at 6 PM for a community meal and a kick-off to Youth Group Activities and Events. The event will feature games for youth while parents learn about the calendar year’s lock-in, retreats, service events, Sunday Group curriculum, and parent resource group. Volunteers are welcome. Please email email@example.com for volunteer opportunities.
Click here for information about the Organizing Against Racism – Youth Workshop coming up. It will be hosted at Pullen.
On day 2, we discussed the challenges and opportunities of building the beloved community. We read Genesis 4 and discussed how we are the keepers of our sisters and brothers.
Today was our first day of our 2016 Hazard, KY trip. We got a foundation and bracing for flooding done today. After yesterday’s tragedy, I had a moment where I teared up because the commonwealth of God comes like 11 sometimes-surly teens working to give someone a house. Light can be surprising. We’re sending our love tonight for the vigil.
Click through the slideshow below to see three images from our day.