Calling all Middle School Friends (completed 6 – 8 grade students)! We have things planned for you the month of July here at SM2. Below you’ll find the details and hope you’ll join us! Please call the SM2 office if you have any questions.
- July 5 – Cooper Home (2711 Kell Road) 3 – 5pm
- July 12 – Rainbow Lake from 3-5pm
- July 19 – White Home (5106 Old Chestnut Ridge Road) 3-5pm
- July 26 – Rainbow Lake from 3-5pm
On July 12 & 26 we will meet at the Rainbow Lake Trailhead.
We will hike to Rainbow Lake to play and swim. Make sure to wear your swimsuit appropriate shoes (chacos / tevas) & bring a towel.
Students/Parents are responsible for:
- Getting dropped off and picked up from the trailhead
- Bringing a water bottle
- Completing our SMPC 2017MSRainbowLakePermission Form.
SM2 will take care of:
- Adult leadership (if you would like to join us please contact Camille Ward)
Rain Plan for July 12 & July 26 – Meet in the youth café for an afternoon of group board games & snacks.
On July 5 & 19 we will meet at host homes (address above) for the afternoon.
Students/Parents are responsible for
- Getting dropped off and picked up from host home
SM2 will take care of:
- Snacks / Drinks
- Adult Leadership
What will we be studying this summer as we gather together?
A series called “Keep it Weird”.
Identity in Christ. Personal Gifting. Vocation as a Middle School Student.
If you’ve ever watched a circus, Cirque du Soleil or American’s Got Talent, then you’re probably convinced that humans are capable of some pretty amazing things…and some pretty bizarre stuff too. Seeing these things, you might have wondered: Should joints really bend that way? or Is it normal for a grown man to be that into puppets? But the reality is we all have things that make us different. And, especially in middle school, there’s a lot that can make us weird. When God created human beings, He made us to be different – different from the rest of creation and different from one another. In this series, we’ll discover that “keeping it weird” is a good thing. After all, what makes us weird is what makes us both valuable and wonderful.
Parents, if you’re interested in knowing more about what we are studying, download the parent cue.