The youth of FPC Moultrie are dedicated to learning, serving, and growing, together in Christ. 


They meet weekly during the school year on Sunday evenings from 5-7pm for fellowship opportunities

such as class dinners, bowling, and game nights with our Cornerstones; and for service opportunities

such as visiting local nursing homes, sorting food at the food bank, volunteering with Crossroads Rescue Mission, 

and participating in the Presbytery-sponsored "Rise Against Hunger" food program. 

During the summers, FPC youth participate in mission trips, most recently

to places like Asheville and Charlotte, NC, and enjoy attending the Montreat Youth Conference and

presbytery summer camp at Dogwood Acres to further develop their faith. 

Sunday School

The middle school class (6-8th grades) is currently doubling as the Confirmation class.  Students learn about Presbyterian theology and government, and will be confirmed as full members of the congregation following completion of the class in May. Confirmation is taught by our Pastor, A.J. Mealor.

The high school class (9-12th grades) uses The Present Word curriculum to focus on scripture and how it applies to our lives today.  It it taught by Marty Mathis and Carrie Norman.


Youth also meet Wednesday evenings during WATCH for Bible study to explore how our faith intersects with our daily life. They rotate through  a variety of formats and curriculums including Faith Questions, LinC, LOGOS, and Re:Formed.