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Growth in community

where students can grow in relationship & faith

Students in Middle School & High School encounter Christ, grow spiritually, and serve others through weekly Youth Groups, Faith Group Gatherings, retreats, outreach events, and service opportunities.

Gatherings

We have weekly zoom meetings for each campus. If you would like to connect through these zoom meetings please contact Angie Gerrard for the Framingham Gathering or Zac Vestigo for the Hopkinton Gathering.

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Retreats

Retreats are weekend experiences where our students unplug from the pressures of daily life to dive deep into God’s word and grow in community with each other through worship, a series of messages, and unforgettable games. In September, our High Schoolers attend Camp Brookwoods and in January our Middle and High schoolers join with hundreds of other students from New England for the Deep Freeze winter retreat at Camp Berea.

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Mission Trips

Every summer, our High School students travel to communities in need, rotating between locations of disaster relief, rural development, urban ministry, and to other nations. On these trips, we partner with local churches, non-profits, and ministries to share God’s love and offer tangible aid to those in need.

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Summer Experience

During summer, Middle School students can register for a week at Camp Berea to build lasting friendships, worship with great musicians, and learn from passionate speakers – all while having the time of their lives!

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Baptism

Teens who have expressed a personal relationship with Jesus can publicly acknowledge their commitment to Christ through baptism. Believer’s baptism is available for kids and teens ages 9 and older.

If you have any questions or don’t know if you’re ready to experience baptism, contact Zac Vestigo or Mattie Pennington for more information.

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Frequently asked Questions

Can parents attend youth group with their kids?

Parents are welcome to come and check out what we’re doing.

Is there adequate supervision?

We have lots of awesome volunteers who strive to not only connect relationally with students but also to keep all students well supervised and safe.

Do parents have to be members of Faith Community Church for their children to attend?

Nope!  Any student is welcome, regardless of their, or their parents, background. 

interested in more information?

Get in contact with our Student Ministry Leaders

Leader

ANGIE GERRARD

Director of Family MinistryFramingham Campusangie@faithma.org
Leader

ZAC VESTIGO

Associate Director of Family Ministry - Middle & High SchoolHopkinton CampusZac@faithma.org

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