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Youth Ministry Team


The Youth Ministry Team represents 
6th-12th grade ministry at Zion. 
We vision for the future, ensure that current efforts align with Zion’s mission, 
develop relationships with youth, and strive to establish them 
as visible and valuable members of the congregation.

Members:    Nathan Anderson, Mark Anderson, Pastor Nathan Mugaas, Stephanie Sortland,
                    Kim Tiedman, Julie Troxel

Meetings:    The Youth Ministry Team meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm.
                    Call Zion (701-852-1872) if you're interested in joining or getting more info about us.

The Youth Ministry Team Members are:
Advocates—represent youth to the congregation; know what’s happening with youth and share it
Assistants—help lead events, set up supplies, gather supplies, and develop relationships with youth
Cheerleaders—encourage and endorse youth ministry efforts
Accountability Partners—help shape future plans and make sure activities have purpose that supports our goals; ensure that plans match values of whole congregation 
Resources—offer feedback on and ideas for youth programs

Components of Youth Ministry:
Fellowship—We seek to build lasting relationships with present youth who invite youth to join us. We seek to provide a place where youth feel safe, can be themselves, develop relationships with one another, and have the support of peers and caring adults, especially in relation to the stage of life they’re experiencing.

Faith—We seek to provide opportunities for youth to study the Bible, ask questions about and discuss
religious topics, learn about Lutheran theology, and recognize the relevance of the Christian faith. What’re more, we offer a setting for praise and worship to sense God’s presence through Scripture, prayer, and music. It is our goal that youth would know that God loves them, Christ died to forgive sins, and God is actively calling them to share His love with others.

Leadership/Service
We seek to give ownership of Zion’s youth ministry to the people who value and are impacted by it; to create a youth ministry that sustains itself; and to help youth and adults recognize their gifts and how to use them to serve God’s people.

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