Youth Programs

Christian Education programs at Lexington Presbyterian Church seek to provide a broad range of opportunities for spiritual growth through which we can deepen our faith, live more fully into the new life we have in Christ, and live more faithfully in our relationships and vocations.

Youth Sunday School Class

Youth Sunday School offers middle and high schoolers the opportunity through study and fellowship to learn what it means to be a follower of Christ in today's world, and to build community.

This year the group will engage in the BE BOLD curriculum (published by Group Publishing). This curriculum offers our youth an adventure of affirmation and exploration by focusing on embracing and validating the tough faith questions that youth often wrestle with during their unique season of life.

Join us as we journey and explore what it means to BE BOLD in faith, fearless in life, and make an important difference as they serve the class, church, and community.

This class is led by our Youth Director, Andy Coffey, and his teaching team. The class will meet beginning on January 2, 2022 at 9:45am in the Youth Sunday School Room. For more information, please contact Andy Coffey.

Youth Group

The Lex Pres Youth Group aims to create a welcoming space for all. During our time together, we will share a short devotional, enjoy a mealz, play a game(s), and enjoy the fellowship of being "connected" in community with one another.

Meets on the 1st Sunday of the month at 5:30pm at RARA (September-May only).

Meets on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of month at 5:30pm at the church.


Lexington Presbyterian offers a Confirmation of Faith Program for our youth. The program serves as an overview of the Christian faith, church, and life to prepare youth to consider and make their own personal commitments of faith. Youth participate in confirmation classes weekly, typically beginning in January. They are also matched with an elder in the church with whom they can explore the nature of Christian discipleship. The program culminates with an invitation to youth to personally profess faith in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior and be commissioned as a disciple. This takes place at a meeting with the Lexington Session and in the Confirmation Sunday Worship service. Click here for more information.



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