Teen programs at The Beloved affirm the sacred worth of all teens and are affirming and inclusive of all genders, races, orientations, abilities and identities. All programming for Teens at The Beloved is led by background checked staff and volunteers who have agreed to follow The Beloved Church Safe Sanctuaries Policy. Whether you're looking for a place to hang out after school to do crafts and get some help with homework, dig deep into some spiritual questions, or play a role playing game with other queer and allied teens, we've got you.
Teens have questions about God, ethics, spirituality and life. We gather each Sunday night from 6PM-7PM to play, pray, and explore together.
Sunday youth group will be on break June - August, but we have plenty going on!
Through collaborations with other youth groups and camps we have a lot of fun things coming up outside of Sunday nights!
Check out the youth news letter for more information!
Questions about our youth ministry, email email@example.com
QQTC - Gayme night
LGBTQIA+ and Allied Teens gather each Friday night, 6-9 pm, to play Dungeons and Dragons and other games.
Starting in June we will be rotating between online and in person gaming.
Questions about Gayme Night?
Facebook: Queer Quest Twin Cities Instagram: QueerQuest_TC
McVay Youth partnership
The McVay Youth Partnership (Youth-VOICE) offers a safe, fun place for middle and high school students. Students spend time with their friends creating art, music, drama and can receive help with their homework. Service projects and presentations by local leaders enable students to explore the community.
The McVay Youth Partnership is staffed by experienced and energetic McVay Fellows, Associates, Specialty Associates, and Interns. All fellows, associates, and interns receive training and are supported by Hamline University staff.
The program is free and open to all students in grades 5-12 who are willing to follow these basic rules:
The McVay Youth Partnership is a university-church partnership funded by a generous endowment from the McVay Family Foundation. It embodies the mission and vision of Hamline University and is officed through the Wesley Center.
Programming occurs on Mondays, and Fridays from 3:30-6PM at The Beloved, and Wednesdays at First Covenant Church Saint Paul.
If you have questions about McVay contact Jane Krentz. 651-523-2071 firstname.lastname@example.org