Youth Ministry

Youth Ministry


Shawnee Trail’s youth group includes 6th graders through high school seniors. The goal of the Shawnee Trail Youth Group is to help students build a relationship with God, strengthen their relationship with one another and the church, and to serve the community. We know student’s faith grows and sticks when they are exposed to Christian adults living faithful lives, so the youth group focuses on improving faith relationships with parents and intergenerational members of our church. What does this look like? Life! Check out our Instagram for pictures and info (@shawneetrail_YG)!

Wednesday nights

Youth Group meets at 6:30 pm at the church building for Bible study and discussion about topics that affect students in their daily lives. Usually, about 60 students come to study, worship, and fellowship!

Families, we need your help on Wednesday nights as chaperones and spiritual mentors! We average about 60 students and many guests each week, so there is a need for connection and discipline in worship! Click here to sign up:


We have a lot of activities happening week-to-week in the area, and, of course, the summers are always full of activities including church camps, mission trips, game/movie nights, and much more! To see our summer schedule go here.

High School devotional

Every Monday night from 7-8:30, our high school students meet in homes to dive deep into Scripture together, depending their faith and realtionship with God.

Volunteer Information

Whether you are a young adult or senior adult, we believe intergenerational relationships are essential to our teens growth in faith and maturity. If you would like to host a teen, whether it be teaching them an old game, making a pie together, or cheering them on at their game or performance, there’s lots of opportunities to be a mentor for our kids who need your presence in their lives.

If you are interested in helping with youth ministry or you’d like to be put on our email list and get weekly updates on our youth ministry, please contact Ben Hansen at (601) 278-0463 or