Youth Ministries 2017-08-08T18:17:38+00:00

Our youth ministry exists to partner together, church and parents, to make the beauty of Christ and his gospel central to the lives of teens.

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A Consistent Presence

Sunday School

9:15am – We are studying the Doctrine of the Church through October. After the Doctrine of the Church series, we will begin studying and memorizing the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

 Youth Group (Sunday evenings)

5:00-6:00pm – Fellowship, prayer, and reviewing Sunday morning’s sermon.

Please note: On the first Sunday of the month, we will be attending evening worship at Wallace at 6:00pm in place of our regular 5:00pm meeting. We also meet with the rest of the congregation if there is any other type of worship service on Sunday evening. Please check the church calendar for details. 


Labor Day Retreat: Every year, we trek to the hills of West Virginia and the rustic beauty of Camp Hemlock.  Already rich in tradition, the Labor Day Retreat provides an opportunity to get away from it all and focus on the Lord.  This is a multi-congregation retreat.

About the Seuferts:

Michael Seufert is our new Assistant Pastor of Family and Youth. Michael’s vision for the position is to come alongside families in order to work together, church and parents, to ensure that the children of Wallace receive their theological birthright, namely, the faith presented in Scripture and coherently summarized in the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

This fall, our weekly morning Sunday school will work toward memorizing the Westminster Shorter Catechism and exploring its Scriptural foundations.

Michael and Samantha have been married since 2010. Michael received his M.Div. from Westminster Seminary California. They came to Wallace in 2014 as Michael began further graduate work at The Catholic University of America.

How to Connect:

For more information or to just start receiving emails, email Michael Seufert.

For Tweens:

Tween Explosion (Tween-Ex) is Wallace’s youth program for rising teenagers (5th through 7th grade).  Parents of seventh graders have the option of either Tween-Ex or Youth Group depending on their own tween’s needs. 

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