Centerport United Methodist Church

The Centerport UMC youth fellowship is for young persons in grades 7 - 12.  We have approximately 35 young people actively involved in the group, which meets most Sunday evenings from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.

Youth Group participating in one of our fabulous 30 Hour Famine programs. Great job!!

Notes from MYF

Happy Fall Y'all!!!

    Temperatures are falling and our youth group is heating up!!  October was a great month, getting to know each other and catching up with old friends.  We are starting our meetings with an exercise called "Description." Our youth are asked to describe their past week as a color, animal or ice cream flavor.  Some interesting conversation comes out of it!! 
The youth have begun their planning for our Santaport youth room.  They are very excited and have come up with some new ideas!!!! We hope you all come out and enjoy it!
We celebrated Halloween this year by using our skills at an Escape Room.  Ten of us tried to escape the Hidden Temple of Doom! Thank God the youth were able to get us out and with 16 minutes to spare!! In fact, our group had the best time of the day!!! 
November comes with busy times, but fun times.  Santaport prep, elections, fun and fellowship.  We are looking forward to spending time together and planning ways to reach out to our communities!!!
We meet every Sunday in the youth room 5-6:30pm.  Come and join us!!!!!




Contact information may be gotten through the CUMC office at 631-261-5222.


Any questions?  Please contact... 


Gina Grubbs or Ted Brummel

Hope to see you there!


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