Our Mission Statement
We, the youth and adult volunteers of FBC Lumberton, like people everywhere, are created by and loved by God. Our mission is to discover the depth of that love through studying the life of Christ Jesus and to share that love with the people of our county, state, nation, and beyond. Our mission is to love and accept people rather than judge and to forgive others as we have been forgiven.
For questions about our youth ministry, email Doug Reedy, Minister of Youth.
For upcoming events, see our calendar page.
4:45 – Youth Choir/Bells* (alternates each month)
6:00 – Youth Bible Study (format varies week-to-week)
*For more about our youth music groups, see the music page.
6:00 – Youth Doing Missions (local missions in the community-helping various agencies, senior adults, retirement homes, and others in a variety of ways).
Includes a preview of the coming year, pizza, and youth voting on mission options.
A time to hang out after home football games and enjoy fellowship with youth from local churches.
A local missions day that has included roofing, building wheelchair ramps, painting, splitting wood, and more for individuals and organizations in Robeson County.
A fall fundraiser for youth mission trips. Thousands of plates of pork sold each year.
Children’s Christmas Party
The youth take 50-60 local children in need shopping to pick out clothes and a toy. They return to the church for the Christmas Story, a craft, lunch and Santa!
Youth Christmas celebration with food, fellowship and fun.
2 days and 3 nights of skiing, worship and Bible study.
Senior Adult Valentine Banquet
The youth serve and entertain our senior adults with a wonderful dinner and program.
40 Hour Famine
For 40 hours, the youth may only have water and a small amount of juice. They spend the time together in prayer, worship and ministry projects. Money collected from sponsors goes towards efforts to combat world hunger.
Youth Week/Youth Sunday
Youth from all grades create a theme and scripture, design a shirt, plan events (such as laser tag, lock-ins, etc.), lead Bible studies, design and lead a Wednesday night program, teach Sunday school, design and lead two worship services, and preach. It is a chance to learn how be a leader both in and out of our church setting.
A short trip/celebration for 12th graders with a worship service, fellowship and discussing college issues.
Mission trip through an organization where youth can choose an area to serve God that fits with their spiritual gifts (painting/construction/yardwork, children/youth ministries, soup kitchen, etc.). This trip includes Bible studies, quiet times, worship and devotionals. This usually includes a couple of days exploring the city (e.g. New Orleans, Philadelphia, Nashville) were the event is held.