Students and Young Adults at First EPC
Thanks for visiting the Student Page!
Here you'll find information about our weekly meetings for middle school, high school, and college age students, as well as special upcoming events. You can learn even more about us, as well as interact with our community, at our student Facebook page (www.facebook.com/fepcstudents). Also get in touch with our Pastor for Students, Steve Tyra.
The First EPC Student Ministry is seeking a summer intern! This position will require working in highly relational contexts with middle and high school students, including weekly worship and game nights, special events, and a week long mission trip to Warm Springs, OR in July. Musical skills are strongly preferred, but not required. Candidates must be at least two years out of high school themselves - i.e. they will be entering their third year or higher of college, if applicable. This position is supervised by Rev. Steven Tyra, who will help the intern to develop his or her theological and leadership skills. Applications are due by May 1, 2015.
DESCRIPTION: Join us in the Summit for Worship, small groups, and fun! Bring your friends! Contact Steve Tyra (email above) for more info.
DESCRIPTION: Starting September 14, join us in the Summit. This fall, we will be studying "catholic epistles," also called general epistles, beginning with 1 Peter.
Upcoming Event: PI Day!
WHEN: Saturday, March 14, 2015, 5:15-8:00pm
DESCRIPTION: On March 14, also known as "PI Day," the students of FEPC are going to play some laser tag! Fill out the parental permission form below and meet us at the FEPC parking lot at 5:15pm. We'll be carpooling over to Laser Quest in Federal Way, where we'll enjoy two games of laser tag and, of course, pie! This is a great event for inviting friends - but we need you to RSVP with the number you plan on bringing to ensure we have enough food and slots for the games. Some frequently asked questions are posted below.
1) Where should we meet, and when?
All students should meet at the FEPC front parking lot at 5:15pm on the 14th. We will be carpooling to Federal Way, and want to save time to negotiate traffic. If you're late, you'll need to find your own ride over.
2) Do you need help with carpooling?
We'd love to have parents help carpool for the event. If you're interested, just let me know by replying to this email?
3) Is there a cost for the event?
To cover the cost of both laser tag (2 games) and pie, we're asking for 15 dollars per student. However, if you're inviting first-time friends and you believe the cost would be out of reach for them financially, consider them our guests for the evening - no cost. If anyone else would like to be considered for a "scholarship," just let me know privately.
4) What forms do I need to fill out?
Everyone (including guests) needs a signed parental permission form, which is attached below. You can bring this the night of, but you STILL NEED TO RSVP in advance. Thanks!
5) Are we going to have a Pie in the face contest?
Probably, but it won't be mandatory for the squeamish.
6) Should I RSVP in advance?
Really glad you asked! You should absolutely without fail RSVP in advance.
At our recent "Fall Preview" we discussed the future of the high school mission program beginning in summer 2015. We've provided a summary of the info given (see below), but please note that for all students who wish to participate in 2015, the deadline for sign-ups and deposits is September 10, 2014. If you have questions, get in touch with Steve Tyra.