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Pictures, articles, updates, and announcements from the Woodmont YG

Summer Sign-Ups Due Sunday!

Please bring the following applications to church on or before this Sunday:

Nashville Workcamp – June 1-6
Current 6th-12th graders
Cost: $100

Jr. IMPACT – June 13-16
Current 6th-8th graders
Cost: $155

Mission Albany – June 29-July 4
*Still accepting applications!*
Current 7th & 8th graders
Cost: $300

As always, scholarships are available. Please contact a member of the ministry team to make us aware of your need. We are happy to help however we can.

No Youth Classes This Sunday

Easter Promo 1There will be no youth classes on Easter Sunday, April 20th.

However, we would love for you to join us in the alternative venue (room 205) if you plan to come during the 9 o’clock hour. There will be a live praise team, and our very own David Sessions will be hosting.

If you would rather be in the Great Hall for Easter worship, we would like to encourage you to attend second service to help make room for guests at the first service.

We look forward to celebrating with you!

Championship T-Shirts Have Arrived

2014 Champions T-shirtsIf you ordered a 2014 Championship shirt, they have arrived, and can be picked up/paid for this Sunday.

Shirts are $15, and there will be some extras that can be purchased if you didn’t order one ahead of time.

Shirts will be in the downstairs youth area after class, and you can only get yours if you bring your cash. So, don’t forget!

Big shoutout to Landon Parrish for designing and ordering these! Be sure to tell him thanks!

Albany Mission Trip Application Extension

This past Sunday was the deadline to turn in applications for the 7th and 8th grade mission trip to Albany, Georgia. Good news is that we still have several open spots, so the deadline will be extended to April 13th!

This trip is a great opportunity to serve, and I highly encourage students and families to consider participating. Applications can be found here, and cost of the trip will be $300 before fundraising efforts.

If your student would like to participate and has not turned in a form yet, please email me to let me know they are still interested and will be turning in their form soon.

If you need any more information about the trip before applying, feel free to call or email me, and I’d be happy to tell you more about it.

Whitsitt Wednesday #2


Tomorrow night is our second Whitsitt Wednesday where we hang out with students at Whitsitt Elementary School to develop Christ-centered relationships. 

Please be at Whitsitt at 6:00 and make plans to be picked up at Whitsitt at 7:45. Pizza and drinks are on us. 

John Mark McMillan Concert at Lipscomb

John Mark McMillan (most popularly known as the writer of “How He Loves” and “Death in His Grave”) is performing at Lipscomb University on April 8th.

If you would like to go, please email jbaker@woodmont.org by this Wednesday so we can purchase your ticket. There will be no charge to students that wish to attend! Price for adults is just $10.

All tickets for the concert are general admission, and the doors open at 6pm. So, we will be meeting around 5:30 on the 8th to get our group together before going in (details depending on the size of the group).

Hope you’ll join us!

Reminder- there’s no youth stuff tonight.  I hope you’re having a great Spring break!!!

Take meals to the Sessions!

Baby Clara Mae is almost here!!! We’ve made a schedule to take meals to the Sessions for a few weeks. If you’d like to take a meal, click this website:
Type in the last name Sessions and password is 1615. Select the date you’d like to take food and enter your name and what you plan to bring (so they don’t get 20 meat loafs). The website is really easy and self-explanatory, but if you have any trouble call Sue.


Order Your Woodmont Championship Shirt!

2014 Champions T-shirts

Order your commemorative 2014 Championship t-shirt today! Just fill out the form below by March 15. Cost will be $15 to be paid when you pick up your shirt.

(If you are ordering multiple shirts, please fill out the form for each individual shirt)

HS Mission Trip Applications are Due Sunday!

Please don’t put this off. Turning in an application late could result in you not getting into the trip of your choice. Here is the application or you can go to our “Forms” tabImageImage

Promise and Knights Classes to Begin for 6th Grade

Each Spring, our 6th graders have the opportunity to participate in special Sunday morning classes to focus on them as growing members of the body of Christ.

The boys’ class (Knights) begins this Sunday, March 2nd, at 9am in room 213 in the West Hall with leaders Jared Bowlin and David Gnewikow.

The girls’ class (Promise) begins with a Wednesday night kick-off for 6th grade girls and their mothers on March 5th from 5:30 to 6:30pm in the church Annex. The Sunday morning class begins March 9th with leaders Nancy Osman and Dawn Gray.

We hope all 6th graders and their parents will join us! Please let us know if you have any questions.


Whitsitt Spring Break Food Drive


This Sunday (March 2nd) and next (March 9th) we are collecting cans to give Whitsitt families a  small hand up during Spring Break. Some Whitsitt families may not look forward to Spring Break as much as others because for the two weeks they can not rely on school assisted breakfasts and lunches. That is as many as ten meals per child they must now account for and most families have multiple children at the school. The non-perishable food items WoodmontYGers bring these next two Sundays will greatly benefit these families.

In years past we’ve collected food over the course of 4 Sundays and asked for something different each time. This year we’re trying something new and only collecting food items over two Sundays while asking everyone to bring as much of each item as they’re able.

Here are the food items we are asking for;
1) Canned tuna or chicken (please no canned spam or other meats like vienna sausages)
2) Canned fruit (i.e. peaches, pineapple, mandarin oranges, etc…)
3) Canned veggies (i.e. green beans, corn, mixed veggies, etc…)
4) Starches (boxed potatoes, ramen, noodles, etc…)

The youth ministry is providing rice and beans that will also go into the bags so please do not feel the need to supply any rice or beans.

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