Youth

We partner with parents to equip our 6th-12th grade students to become faithful, lifelong followers of Jesus Christ, together in God’s world.

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Want to stay up to date with all our youth activities?

Questions?

Hi, we are Kristin Franke,
NPC’s Director of Youth Ministries and Kyle Putnam, Associate Director of Youth Ministries.
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Kyle

If you have any questions or need help getting your young person connected with us, we’d love to help! You can contact us at npcyouth@nationalpres.org or 202.537.7520.

Overview of youth activities

While our weekly e-newsletter is the best way to keep up to date with our activities, here is our general game-plan for how youth activities look on an annual basis.

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Summer 2021

All incoming 6th graders through graduating 12th graders are welcome to join our summer programs. We will have weekly Sunday night youth group, 5:30-6:30 pm with small group discussions and wild games. On Tuesday nights, join us at Turtle Park for pickup basketball, and casual hangouts. 

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Sunday School

We have a dedicated team of volunteer teachers who lead each class and help youth connect the teachings of our Christian creeds and Scriptures with their own lives.

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Youth Group

Bring a friend to youth group for small group lessons and games.

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Confirmation

Students who are 9th grade and older can choose to participate in Confirmation, which is a dedicated season to learn about their personal faith and culminates in a public profession of faith and membership at National Presbyterian Church.

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Retreats, Summer Trips, Special Events

Sign up for our e-newsletter or check the events page for our fall retreats, summer mission trip and camps, and other special events. 

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Serving

We provide many opportunities for youth to serve throughout the year! Helping with food drives, packing up welcome boxes for families moving from homelessness to homes, and making sandwiches for those with food insecurities are just a few examples. In addition, juniors and seniors who are interested in helping lead and disciple some of our children are invited to serve as youth leaders for the weekly Club 45 (4th and 5th graders). If you are interested, please contact Kristin!

Registration

Prior to your youth's participation in our youth activities, we ask that you complete a brief registration.