Through fellowship and worship, our mission is to learn of and share God's grace and compassion in order to make followers of Christ. With missions and outreach, we will strive to grow spiritually and spread God's love.
Staying in the Loop
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The "Youth Weekly Update" by email provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about the youth program. To receive this update, send a request to Brandy Streett.
Registrations and Forms
SAFE SANCTUARY VOLUNTEER APPLICATION (Background Check Authorization)
PRAYER BREAKFAST/DINNER PERMISSION FORM (PRINT VERSION)
PRAYER BREAKFAST/DINNER PERMISSION FORM (ELECTRONIC VERSION)
Youth Meal Sign-Up and Youth Group Attendance
Join us for Sunday school as we explore various biblical topics and life application lessons.
10 AM - 10:45 AM in the Family Life Center.
Sixth Grade Confirmation Study
Once children enter sixth grade, they participate in youth Sunday school and youth ministries. The sixth grade confirmation class meets during the Sunday School hour in the small dining room in the Family Life Center. Our sixth graders are engaged in confirmation study that focuses on our history and heritage as Methodists, what it means to be a Christian and a Methodist, and living as a disciple in our world. Confirmation study starts in September and finishes in April. Upon completion of their Confirmation study, sixth graders become members of the church on a special Confirmation Sunday.
Middle School Sunday School
The seventh and eighth graders meet together and study living as Christian teens. The Middle School class meets in the Family Life Center in room #10.
High School Sunday School
The senior high class (9th - 12th grade) engages in more in-depth Bible study and helps provide a support system for dealing with issues faced by teens. This class meets in the Annex building located at 4235 Murrells Inlet Road.
United Methodist Youth Fellowship (UMYF)
6th -12th graders are invited to join us on Sunday nights (September - April) for Youth Group from 5 PM - 7:50 PM in the Family Life Center. We share in a small group lesson and discussion, have announcements, play games, fellowship, and share a meal together. All 6th - 12th graders are welcome whether or not your family attends worship services at Belin Memorial. Of course, we would love to see you at one of our four Sunday morning worship services, too!
Pawleys Island Prayer Breakfast (Waccamaw schools) meets every first and third Tuesday of the month at 7 AM during the school year in the St. Paul's Waccamaw United Methodist Church's Youth Building.
Murrells Inlet Prayer Breakfast (St. James schools) meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 7 AM during the school year at Chick-fil-A in Murrells Inlet.
Prayer Breakfast does not meet when school is out of session or on the fifth Tuesday of the month.
Click HERE to learn more about Youth Prayer Breakfast.
The purpose of Youth Council is for a majority of youth to gather with adults to help discuss our youth ministry. The council helps to make decisions and hard choices concerning the direction of the youth ministry. The youth serving on Youth Council are committed to being leaders in the youth ministry and share not only their time with the youth, but also the rest of the church congregation. They meet monthly as scheduled.
2018-2019 Youth Council
President: Rudy Phillips
High School Vice President: Adrian Anderson
Middle School Vice President: MK McElveen
Director of Youth Ministry: Brandy Streett, 843.385.1676.
Youth Coordinator: Jane Kelley
2018-2019 Youth Workers
Suzanne Adams, Luke Anderson, Austin Bond, Katharine Bond, CC Caldwell, William Caswell, Kevin Conlon, Debbie Dellavecchia, Del Dellavecchia, Alice DuRant, DJ Fairbanks, Jessica Flynn, Dori Grimes, Bryson Grove, Christie Higdon, Michael Hudak, April Keith, Grayson Keith, Jane Kelley, Colleen Lewis, Lynn Martin, Mary Anna Neill, Mike Poulin, Valerie Richardson, Buddy Satterfield, Thomas Smalls, Jonathan Teeter