“Even though they are young, they have many gifts to offer God.” 

–Tiffany Hamilton, Minister of Youth and Administration

It starts with a place of acceptance and a sense of belonging. And from there, youth ministry becomes something much bigger. FBC students are challenged to grow in their relationships with God and to be part of his work around them as they engage in the lives of others.

Through holistic ministry of Bible study, fellowship, service, and worship, youth and their families take what we learn and live it out daily. Bible Study—Students are engaged in Bible study each week through Sunday School, Sunday Evening Bible Study, and Wednesday Evening Bible Study. Using various curriculum's, themes, and presentations, biblical concepts are applied to life situations.

  • Fellowship

    Building community and developing friendships, monthly fellowships like cookouts, putt-putt, rock climbing, skiing, and outings to parks are just a few of the highlights of youth group fun.

  • Service

    Joining God at work in our community, the youth ministry takes on at least one local service project each month, like soup kitchens, Helping Hands, Clemson Community Care, and VBS. 

  • Mission

    Each summer, high school and middle school groups embark on a week-long mission journey nationally or internationally.  In 2016, the high school group will serve in Catadupa, Jamaica while the middle school group will participate in a joint music & mission trip at the Montreat Music and Worship Conference.  

  • Music

    Students are encouraged to share their gifts in worship leadership through the youth choir, playing instruments, and handbell choirs.