Memorial Presbyterian Church

Worship with us on Sundays:
8:30 a.m. In-person
11:00 a.m. In-person & online


We have a vibrant and growing community of youth at MPC.

We strive to offer an all-inclusive youth ministry where we nurture and love the young people of our church and the city of St. Augustine with the abounding grace of Jesus Christ. We do this through our weekly programs and special events, and most importantly through building relationships. We believe in investing in youth leaders not just for the future but for service to the church and the world now. 

We want all youth to know they are welcome here, they belong here, and they are loved here.

Sunday School

Sunday School takes place from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. each week. Our classes are divided into 5th/6th grade, 7th/8th grade, and high school. Enjoy a yummy breakfast treat or sandwich as we explore scripture and God’s word for us.

Lounge in the Loft

After our weekly church family dinner (FEAST), all of our youth are invited from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. to come lounge in our youth loft. You can bring homework or simply hang out. Sometimes we even watch movies. It’s a wonderful time of relaxing together.

Sunday Night Youth Group

Our middle school students (6th – 8th grade) meet from 5:00 to 6:45 p.m. and our high school students meet from 6:15 to 8:00 p.m. each Sunday.

Middle and high school students share a meal together from 6:15 to 6:45 p.m. 

Youth group involves fun games and fellowship, worship, dinner and a devotional. 

The second Sunday of each month is Story Sunday and our youth meet middle and high school combined from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Each Story Sunday we enjoy energizers, games, dinner and we hear a faith story from someone in the congregation.

Serving St. Augustine

Serving St. Augustine is our youth outreach committee. The committee meets monthly under the supervision of our youth director, to plan and implement mission and outreach opportunities for our youth in the community and at church. 

They have organized hygiene bags for the youth shelter Port in the Storm, planned our Veteran’s Luncheon and put together a Christmas party for the Homeless Coalition.

Each year we try to provide plenty of opportunities for fun off church campus—whether it’s going to see a movie or heading to the Trampoline Park. Sometimes we provide a simpler avenue for spending time together like a movie night on a Saturday in our youth loft.

Throughout the year, MPC hosts other special youth events like:

• Summer mission camp
• Youth retreats at Camp Montgomery
• Lock-ins
• Veterans Luncheon
• Service Projects
• Montreat Youth Conference
• Movie nights

Meet Rachael

Mark Your Calendar


April 23

Confirmation Day

After 3 months of classes and meetings with mentors, we will be excited for Confirmation Day. You can witness confirmation at 8:30 and 11:00 and enjoy some cake during the 9:30 Sunday School hours in the fellowship hall.


July 9-15

Montreat Youth Conference

We encourage our current 8-12th graders to join us for the Montreat Youth Conference this year, July 9-15. This year’s theme is “In Joy”. We will stay at William Black Lodge with First Presbyterian Church of Fernandina. This is a meaningful time every year and we are excited to continue the tradition.

Monday – Friday

June 19-23

Middle School Mission Camp

All incoming 6-8th graders are invited to join us for a week of service, learning, fun and fellowship. At this at-home mission camp we will spend time together learning about different needs in the community of St. Augustine and Northeast Florida. We will visit different sites to volunteer and serve, but will also spend time doing some hands-on learning about those needs – and of course spend time diving deep into scripture discovering how Christ calls us to be his hands and feet. Our final day will be something fun!


Children and Youth Sunday School Classes Do Not Meet During the Following:
Christmas Break | First Sunday of Spring Break | Summer Break

MPC Child & Youth Safety Policy

MPC nurtures the light of Christ in God’s children by providing a safe church home in which to grow and thrive in faith


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