The Youth Ministry concentrates on fulfilling these needs by: developing and deepening faith through Bible Study, community service, fellowship, music, drama and dance;
making disciples of other teens who do not know or have a close relationship with God;
setting examples in leadership, service and actions for people of all ages to follow;
encouraging others to realize a stronger love for each other and God, without losing touch with oneself; and
bringing new friends and family into the group so they can experience both the love of Christ and fun activities.
The youth concentrate individually on building their relationships with God and constantly strengthening and supporting each other in preparation for the faith journey.
All youth in grades 6 through 12 are welcome to join the group.
There is no cost to join Krum 1st UMC’s youth ministries or attend meetings; other costs may be required, depending on the activity.
If you have any questions about the meetings or activities, feel free to call or
The youth meet on Wednesdays and Sundays during the week. On Wednesdays, we meet for Bible study from 7:30 to 8:30 pm doing our devotions out of a book called the Jesus Creed. It teaches the youth to love God with their whole hearts and gets them thinking about sacrifices that we are called to make as Christians.
Sunday evenings we meet from 5 to 7 pm. We start with worship and end with free time where the youth are welcome to play games and visit with each other. The first Sunday of the month is a game night. We play board games tag hide and seek and enjoy fellowship with each other. The following two weeks are a standard Bible study where we sing, learn from scripture, and pray over the youth’s lives.
The 4th Sunday of the month is reserved for service projects that can be done during youth. If there is a 5th Sunday in the month we take the youth out in the community to do something fun.
Since we have returned from the mission trip this summer we have had several new youth join our group. We are very excited to be growing and would love to have others join us. We would especially like to see adults who feel called to minister to the youth become a part of these times.