METYouth is on! Rain or shine, school or no school, in quarantine or free to roam, we don't stop. Since we can’t meet in person at this time, we are now meeting online.
On Tuesdays, we are holding a METYouth Live Stream, which starts at 7:00 PM and runs until approximately 8:30 PM. Subscribe to our METYouth Ottawa YouTube channel, which is where the action is taking place.
Immediately following the live stream, the mentors are hosting Virtual Small Groups on ZOOM. This is as good as it gets for now, and it's actually pretty good! If you're not in one of our small groups but would love to join in for some face-to-face interaction, you can email Pastor Greg ([email protected]) and he will add you to a group.
Throughout the week we will keep in touch via email (check your spam!) and continue posting fun content on Instagram. Make sure you follow @metyouth on Instagram, where some contests and other cool things will be happening.
As always, we’re here for you. Feel free to reach out with direct message to METYouth on Instagram, email us ([email protected]), or give us a call (613-238-8182 ext 263). Follow Him close!
METYouth - As It Happens
We desire to come along and equip Christ-following youth to be the next generation of leaders. At the Met, Junior High (Gr.6-8) and Senior High (Gr. 9-12) students come together for weekly fellowship and continue to meet/connect throughout the week.
Each Tuesday evening, from 6:30pm-9:30pm, students join and lead our a big fellowship. Through music, prayer, diving into the Bible, and various games we move together on the journey towards spiritual maturity and honouring Jesus well. Right after the big fellowship, students and mentors meet for small groups to do life and process things together.
THROUGHOUT THE WEEK
METYouth continues all through the week. Mentors meet and connect with students, the Student Leadership group plans for Tuesdays, events and retreats, and METYouth life continues on Instagram, YouTube, via emails and serving opportunities.
On Sundays, our students serve throughout the church and the youngest of them (12-year-olds) join in the LIT (Leaders in Training) program. We also have a Quizzing ministry running where students commit to Bible memorization and later meet up with students from other churches for fellowship and quizzing tournaments.
THE MET SCHOLARSHIP FUND
We also encourage our students to consider continuing their post-highschool education in Christ-centered environments. To help them with that, some of the members of our church begun a scholarship program to help with the cost of that step.
The Met Scholarship Fund