Youth Groups

Caroling at Wilton Commons (For 6-8 graders)

Monday, December 4th from 3:45 to 5:15 (Drop off and pick up at Wilton Commons 21 Station Rd)
Come help us spread holiday cheer to the seniors at Wilton Commons. Wear festive colors (red/green,) wear Santa caps, bring jingle bells, and reindeer antlers, etc. You don’t have to be a great singer just come and have some fun!

6/7th Grade Joint* Youth Group

6th-7th Youth Group 2018 Calendar

This group meets Tuesdays in the Lower Core. All are invited to join us for food, fellowship and fun! We will enjoy getting together just being ourselves while we play games, hang out, and ponder over important things in life! Click on this link to view the 6/7th Grade Youth Group schedule of activities:

This group meets once a month, usually on Tuesday evening, to share dinner, play games, join in lively discussions, and carry out service projects. This group is designed to supplement and enrich the 8th grade confirmation program; meeting topics correspond to material covered in class, but with a fun twist. All 8th graders are welcome, whether or not they are part of a confirmation class.

Please see Christian Education for our 8th Grade Confirmation

7th and 8th Grade Joint* Sexuality Seminar

Every other year, 7th and 8th graders are invited to participate in a four-week long comprehensive sexuality education seminar that includes age-appropriate activities and discussions, along with presentations from guest speakers, all designed to help adolescents consider human sexuality in the light of their faith.

High School Joint* Youth Group

This group meets twice a month on Sundays after worship. One meeting a month follows a lunch and discussion format, and the other meeting each month alternates between hands-on community service projects, and just-for-fun activities like laser tag, bowling, trips to NYC, or bonfires at our outdoor fire pit. Click on this link to view the Joint High School Youth Group schedule:


All of our Youth Groups are JOINT with our friends across the courtyard: St. Mathew’s Episcopal Church.