Hello, and welcome to Summit!
We meet on Sunday nights from 4–6 and our group consists of grades 6–12. As a ministry, we love spending time together both in and outside of the church! Once a month we try to get out in the community to do either a community outreach event or a fellowship event. These events range from serving at local non-profits in the city to laser tag!
Summit also does a week long trip over the summer. In 2020, we will be attending The Philadelphia Project from June 21–27, and it gives us an opportunity to serve the less fortunate in the city of Philadelphia. There is so much more that we could say about Summit, but we’d encourage you to come check it out for yourself; we would love to have you!
March / April: In the last few years we’ve visited shut-ins, mostly from our church. We partner with the Children’s Ministry to serve our older population. If you’re homebound and would like a visit from our youth, please call Marilyn, our secretary, 610-777-1422, and let her know.
April 16: Austin’s Fundraiser
Austin’s Restaurant will give us 20% of all food sales all day, lunch and dinner, eat-in or take-out.
April 26: Laser Tag is something we do every year when the Flea Market takes over the church. Cost is $5.
May 16: Car Wash — our third fundraiser this year, weather permitting. This is a donation-only car wash. Typically we wash cars from 11:30–2:30 during the Flea Market.
June: End of Year Party
– We’re also debating going back to camp again for a day trip.
June 19: Relay for Life
Our very own Emma Detwiler, who is extremely passionate about this event, has put a team together the last few years and has invited several students to come and participate as part of her team. The goal is to raise money for cancer research and the event is to spend 24 hours, as a team, walking the Wilson West Middle School track. This no-cost event has been a great opportunity the last two years for bonding as a group while supporting a great organization.
June 21-27: Our youth will return to The Philadelphia Project. At this absolutely amazing mission in the city, they will serve in three ways: at a free, summer-long Vacation Bible School, with home repair, and with Mercy Neighborhood Ministries. All three activities strive to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Cost is $150, due by May 24.