Youth Ministries

We want Youth Ministries to be a place where you can come, no matter your life journey, and find a place where you can talk openly, share honestly, learn and grow together. We know that through middle school to high school, there are a ton of big life moments, and we look forward to walking with you through them. 


Middle School

We want you to have a place where you can have fun, be yourself and build relationships with others while growing in your relationship with Jesus! On Sunday mornings, we start by worshipping with the whole church family, then come to the youth room for games, worship, teaching and small group discussion.  


We also do a fun event for building relationships and a service event to share God’s love with others each month. Finally, we have special events like summer and winter camps. We’d love for you to be a part of our MMPC Middle School Family. Come check us out!


High School

High School can be a time to really explore who God is to you and to develop a deep and meaningful faith. It’s not always easy, but we want to walk with you through the struggles and victories you’ll experience in high school. We’re excited to join you on the journey!


On Sunday mornings, you can choose to stay for the adult worship service, or when excused, join us in the youth room for fun, worship, teaching and small group time.


Monthly fun events and Service Activities

Each month we have some fun like: go to a movie, bowling, miniature golf or go to the beach. We also do service events that meet the needs of others and share God’s love.  


Camps and Retreats

We also do BIG events like summer camp and winter camp . . . and other stuff you’ll love. 

So get involved and join us in the high school ministry at MMPC!

Elizabeth Cowell

Elizabeth Cowell, as our Youth Ministries Coordinator, is extremely well qualified for this important position, through education and previous experience. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical and Theological Studies from Horizon University, a Master of Divinity degree from Bethel Seminary, and is pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Marital and Family Therapy.