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Adventist Youth Society 7 months 1 week ago #124623

Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
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Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
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pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of

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JoyBaker wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of
I know of some churches that have the teenagers in Sabbath school with the 6-10 year olds.
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of
I know of some churches that have the teenagers in Sabbath school with the 6-10 year olds.
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of
I know of some churches that have the teenagers in Sabbath school with the 6-10 year olds.
Plain stupid
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Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of
I know of some churches that have the teenagers in Sabbath school with the 6-10 year olds.
Plain stupid
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Adventist Youth Society 7 months 1 week ago #124722

Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!

I don’t think my church has AYS right now but we have a lot of events for children and adults here like camping, biking, meetings, walks, and pathfinders.
We sometimes do have some AYS like on a specific month and only that month cause they know that we have school and all so basically I can’t say anything because I haven’t been to one yet.
“In the end they’ll all judge me anyway, so whatever.”
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Adventist Youth Society 6 months 4 weeks ago #125288

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Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yh, we do. Right after bible class. Pretty cool, sometimes
I'm too lazy to give all details
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Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of
I know of some churches that have the teenagers in Sabbath school with the 6-10 year olds.
Plain stupid
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Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of
I know of some churches that have the teenagers in Sabbath school with the 6-10 year olds.
Plain stupid
I mean, it could work. If the older kids learned a lesson and taught the younger. It’s a good leadership opportunity.
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pathfinder4ever wrote:
Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of
I know of some churches that have the teenagers in Sabbath school with the 6-10 year olds.
Plain stupid
I mean, it could work. If the older kids learned a lesson and taught the younger. It’s a good leadership opportunity.
Wb p4e!
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pathfinder4ever wrote:
Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of
I know of some churches that have the teenagers in Sabbath school with the 6-10 year olds.
Plain stupid
I mean, it could work. If the older kids learned a lesson and taught the younger. It’s a good leadership opportunity.
True True
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pathfinder4ever wrote:
Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Studyinghelps wrote:
Do you do AYS at your church? If so, what does a typical program look like for you? How often do you do it? Who participates (older adults, younger adults, teens, preteens, kids, younger kids, everyone)? How often do they participate? (Are there regulars who participate just about every week? What time does AYS take place?
Do you do it outside, in the fellowship hall, in the sanctuary?
Give me ALL the details.
Although my church is still in the process of figuring our’s out, I’m happy to share as well.
Thanks in advance!
Yes, we do!
We usually open with prayer, sing three or so songs, then discuss a topic. Topics can be chosen by vote or necessity. We also have book clubs, bible jeopardy, bible bowl and all types of Sabbath appropriate games.
Everyone participates, and it starts it 3:30 pm. It’s usually in the fellowship hall or sometimes sanctuary. We also have lots of field trips. We have basketball on some Saturday nights, and go on trails/walks during good weather on Sabbath. We also do camping, retreats and socials. We also have dinners and holiday programs.
Hope this helps!
Wow! Sounds fun! We don't have AYS at my church... At least not that I know of
I know of some churches that have the teenagers in Sabbath school with the 6-10 year olds.
Plain stupid
I mean, it could work. If the older kids learned a lesson and taught the younger. It’s a good leadership opportunity.
Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
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Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
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Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
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sci_geeek wrote:
Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
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Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
Have them do it as a church project every once in a while.
Summer is a good time, since they won't have school.
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Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
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Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
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Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
Have them do it as a church project every once in a while.
Summer is a good time, since they won't have school.
Time they take to make big 13+ kids make crafts and learn little songs in VBS they'd use it for sensible discussions like those
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
Yeah
Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
Have them do it as a church project every once in a while.
Summer is a good time, since they won't have school.
"Them" being, the teenagers or 6-10 yo?
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Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
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Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
Exaaactly
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sci_geeek wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
Yeah
Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
Have them do it as a church project every once in a while.
Summer is a good time, since they won't have school.
"Them" being, the teenagers or 6-10 yo?
Teenagers
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Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
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Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
Yeah
Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
Have them do it as a church project every once in a while.
Summer is a good time, since they won't have school.
Time they take to make big 13+ kids make crafts and learn little songs in VBS they'd use it for sensible discussions like those
Makes sense
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Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
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Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
In-your-face but very true. Anyway it's annoying because idk it just is
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KristytheCorgi wrote:
Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
Yeah
Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
In-your-face but very true. Anyway it's annoying because idk it just is
I see what you mean.
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Adventist Youth Society 6 months 2 weeks ago #126126

Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
KristytheCorgi wrote:
Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
Maybe, but sometimes teenagers need to discuss things that 6-10 wouldn't understand. I believe teenagers need their own separate Sabbath school
Yeah
Ok, so take it like this. Teens are maturing and certain topics are on their mind that they need like counselling on like bullying and drugs and sex and anxiety/depression. You can't really discuss that with (like you said) 6-10 year old's, if you get me.
In-your-face but very true. Anyway it's annoying because idk it just is
I see what you mean.

bruh in my church i have to go with the teens cuz i dont like the primary class

we have no junior powerpoints bruh
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