Logos

Logos is designed for High School Students and meets weekly during the school year.

Jesus and Your Faith

LOGOS – High School Ministry

7 – 8:30PM, Wednesdays, Youth Center

Logos includes games, worship, and a discussion led by our Senior Associate Pastor or one of our adult volunteers. Dinner is provided. Join us this school year as we learn what it means to be a part of the Story of God!

CONTACT: Abigail Garcia, Director of Middle School Ministry

 

BEST OF LOGOS

Youth Confirmation Class, Sunday Mornings

Confirmation class 2016Confirmation classes are designed to teach youth the foundations of faith, while guiding them into the membership of Laguna Presbyterian Church. The class is offered every other year and is open to 8th – 12th grade students.

The students take a six week confirmation course taught by Senior Associate Pastor Steve Sweet. The students learn about the church and the Christian faith as they work through the teachings of the Apostle’s Creed.

Each student then publicly affirms his or her faith in Christ. Laguna Presbyterian is so thankful for each of the students who take this important step in their lives.

 

Summer Service and Vision Trip

June 21 – 23, 2019, San Francisco

Incoming 9 – 12th grade students are invited to this annual trip which is designed to expose students to life in an urban city, with opportunities to serve and fellowship together. The last two years our service trips have been to Seattle and Portland. “Heart for the City” will allow participants to serve the homeless and learn why God wants us to have a heart for the city and how we can love those in need. COST: $250 – contact Abby Garcia  for more information.

Molokai Mission Trip

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April 6 – 12, 2019

A group of 40 high school students and adult chaperones traveled to Molokai, Hawaii for Laguna Presbyterian Church’s annual Molokai Mission Trip. The islanders are some of the poorest people in the nation.

The annual trip combines work projects, outings around the island, and nightly Bible study to create an unforgettable experience for the students. Through hard work and play, the students return home with an understanding of Molokai’s culture, a greater appreciation for their home communities, newly formed friendships with their peers, and a desire to share Christ’s love with others. Prior year’s projects have included building a wheelchair ramp for a Molokai resident, painting a women’s shelter, helping with renovation of the Molokai Baptist Church, and transplanting palm trees for the Molokai Agricultural Society.

LogosStudents share about their Molokai experience:

“I never believed doing manual labor could make such a big difference in my life and bring me so close to people I’ve never met.”

“It’s incredible how when you help people, they are actually helping you. I grew up a lot this trip.”

Dr. Steve Sweet, Senior Associate Pastor and Youth Pastor at Laguna Presbyterian Church, plans and oversees each Molokai mission trip with the goal of deepening the students’ faith, while giving them opportunities to share Christ’s love with others.

 

Forest Home Christian Camp

July 28 – August 2, 2019

Our Logos/high school and Caravan/middle school groups travel to Forest Home for one week every summer to grow in their relationships with God, fellowship with one another, participate in fun camp activities with a wonderful staff, and enjoy time in the mountains.

Students participate in a variety of fun activities and deepen their relationship with God through worship, speakers, simulations, and small group activities. They share meals together, participate in friendly competitions, and enjoy free time in the afternoon where they can enjoy the lake or pool, hike, play miniature golf, try out the climbing wall or zip line, fish, get creative at the craft cabin, or just hang out with friends at the snack bar.

Middle school students stay at Creekside and high school students stay at Lakeview, and each age group participates in separate programs. During free time, students from Creekside, Lakeview, and the family camp may participate in all the activities Forest Home offers while spending time together. For more information, go to Forest Home’s website.

Forest Home Camp for high school students is full, however, if you have questions about Forest Home Summer Camps, please email Middle School Director, Abby Garcia.

 

QUESTIONS / INFORMATION

Contact Steve Sweet, Associate Pastor for Youth, Children, and Families/Senior Associate Pastor
Call: 949.494.7555 x130