A group shot of our 21 students and leaders after worship at St. Philip Presbyterian Church in Houston.
One group paints the porch of an older man who needed home repairs, and friendly faces. These students were great at both!
This year students took turns cooking for the group. We all sat together and shared table fellowship every morning and evening. Meals included tacos, kabobs, pancakes, pulled pork, and more!
Several groups wound up helping to prep and paint two new home builds. These homes were next door to each other and would house two sisters and their families. The mobile homes that were located on this double lot were destroyed in Hurricane Harvey. A group of Mennonite men were doing the true building, we were lending a hand with caulking and painting.
Camp is the best! Where else can you smear other people with shaving cream in the middle of a big field??
College students lead worship at the Quest Conference where 6 of our youth and adults learned about God's amazing love for us.
Quest is a week of adventures! Students have the opportunity to go down a zip line, climb a climbing wall, go up on the high ropes, climb a cargo net, and more! Our 4 students, and 1 leader, showed off how truly brave they were!
Twice a day students worship in Anderson Auditorium at Montreat. Here preacher Irene Pak Lee delivers a powerful sermon focusing around the week's theme: Let Love Lead.
Over 1,000 Presbyterian youth circled Lake Susan at Montreat for a candlelight worship service. Each class of students were blessed and sent towards a new school year.
23 students and leaders traveled to North Carolina for the Montreat Youth Conference stopping in the Great Smoky Mountains on the way.
Theme days! Students showing off their brightest tie dye at Montreat.