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The church, addressing the value of activities for youth, has provided adult leaders as sponsors, role models, and mentors. Additionally, appropriate space within the building itself accommodates the needs of youth for social and spiritual growth.

The Methodist Youth Fellowship had its beginnings in the early 1900s.

With its motto “Christ Above All,” the MYF has accomplished many good works, including the significant and dedicated leadership they have assumed in the church.

Glen Lake Camp in Glen Rose has played a part of the in the summer plans for children  and youth of the church.

Through the years of MYF, salaried youth leaders carried on youth ventures, and many young adults and older adults have taken on the voluntary position of Youth Coordinator or Youth Leader. One such group made sure the Youth Center added to the north end of the building in the early 70s was open to the youth of our town during weeknights to offer a place to come for fellowship, billiards, ping-pong, and fun. The era of the 70s included chaperoned after-game dances and refreshments.

During the 90s, the renovated Youth Center was open for the youth to enjoy pool, music, ping-pong, and video games. The room was been painted Maroon/White/Black with the scripture captured on the wall “Whoever claims to live in Him, must walk as Jesus walked.”

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