Youth Programs

Sunday School

YIMs (Youth In Mission)
An exciting meeting place for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students to  learn to walk more closely with Christ and one another. This class meets upstairs and spends time focusing on the teachings of Christ and the Wesleyan way.

Senior High (Grades 9-12) –This dynamic Bible Study class is designed to help senior high students navigate the world around them. The discussion-styled class focuses in on what God has to say about current issues during the teen years. 

Family Ministry Night – Every Wednesday, Whitehouse UMC hosts Family Ministry Night beginning at 6:00 pm. Students and adults engage in a time of worship, study, and mission opportunities followed by a family style potluck meal. Youth students are divided into YIMs (grades 6-8) and Youth (grades 9-12) for discussion styled instruction and games. After dinner, we gather on the sports fields for a game of Ga-Ga Ball, Sand Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, or Football. There is something for all ages at Family Ministry Night. 

Currently, our YIMs are studying the books of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd John and our youth are learning real-life applications of God’s word as they prepare to step into adulthood.


District Camp – Hosted by Lakeview Methodist Conference Center in Palestine, Texas, District Camp offers an incredible opportunity for youth of all ages to engage one another in their faith walk. This week-long camp is filled with games, worship, bible study, and an opportunity to work with mentors trained to guide students into a deeper relationship with Christ. 

Texas Conference Choir and Worship Arts Camp – This camp provides students an opportunity to draw more closely with Christ and one another through the gift of worship. Course offerings include liturgical dance, sign language, instrumental music, hand bells and choral singing. Additionally, there is an All-State choir track that senior high students can enroll in giving them a head start on the Texas All-State choral audition music. 

Big House – Designed for students grades 6th – 8th, this four day mission driven camp gives students an opportunity to engage with the community around them. Students participate in neighborhood restoration and small building projects for community members needing assistance. 

UMARMY – Designed for students in grades 9-12, this week long mission camp builds on what the students learned through Big House. Students spend a week working in the community to assist those in need. From building wheelchair ramps and decks, to painting and yard maintenance, students learn how to be a blessing to those in need and discover they are the ones truly blessed.