The Tuskawilla Student Ministry exists to REACH the lost and CONNECT them with believers in a community where they can learn to GLORIFY God, GROW in their spiritual maturity and SERVE as Jesus did.
Our mission statement is built around the same five purposes that Tuskawilla Presbyterian Church is: Evangelism, Fellowship, Worship, Discipleship and Ministry.
REACH – This represents our commitment to evangelism by welcoming non-Christians into our Church as well as spreading the good news of Jesus Christ to the world around us.
CONNECT – This represents our commitment to fellowship which means incorporating God’s people into a family where they can be known, cared for and prayed for, held accountable, and encouraged.
GLORIFY – This represents our commitment to Worship God through song, reading of Scripture and prayer as well as honoring Him with our entire life.
GROW – This represents our commitment to Discipleship, which means educating God’s people with His truth and equipping them for ministry.
SERVE – This represents our commitment to Ministry by encouraging God’s people to use their gifts to serve the church and meet the needs of others around them by demonstrating God’s love.
All middle and high school aged youth meet in the Youth Room for Bible study. Our curriculum changes depending on youth interests and other topics that are relevant at the time.
Sundays 5:30-6:30 p.m.
All middle and high school aged youth meet in the Fellowship Hall for the evening youth group portion. Typically, this consists of fellowship building activities, and fun and games.
To access the Student Ministry Calendar click here. For more information about Tuskawilla Presbyterian Church or any of our youth programs contact Pastor Chris . We welcome new friends at all of our activities.
Click here to check out our TPC Youth Facebook page.
For the privacy and protection of our youth, our Youth Facebook page is a closed group. Membership is subject to the approval of one of our adult sponsors.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 631
TPC is the charter organization for BSA Troop 631, which meets on our campus Wednesdays from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Troop 631’s membership includes more than 40 Scouts and 11 Scoutmasters. The troop’s year-round schedule of scouting activities includes monthly campouts, adventure outings, and merit badge opportunities.