Through First Presbyterian Church in Jamaica and LOGOS!
What is LOGOS?
Based on the lifestyle of the early church, LOGOS combines youthful fun and a focus on Christ once a week for young people in grades 1 through 12.
LOGOS is an inter-generational children, youth and family ministry founded 40 years ago. With Acts 2:42 as its foundation, once a week young people and adults involved LOGOS combine fun and a focus on Christ. It is a time for youth and adults to bond with one another as they not only learn about but also live out the Christian faith. Dozens of adult volunteers give their time to play, teach, nurture and care for the youth who come to LOGOS. In LOGOS, we celebrate positive relationships through the model of Jesus Christ.
Each week LOGOS students join in four parts of the LOGOS program:
Students learn about Christ’s love through discussion, lessons and outside relationships with others. We study the Bible with the help of dedicated teachers who seek to spiritually challenge and enlighten all students at their own age levels.
Dinner is served! Each week at a sit down family-style meal youth are invited to share important events in their lives with their peers and adult table parents. The meal is prepared by wonderful kitchen volunteers and is followed by games.
Through the development of worship arts and Bible-based teaching in what true worship is, youth learn how to share their love for GOD and to God by developing themselves for worship.
LOGOS is FUN. Games and activities range from active play to sharing in someone’s hobby. All are safe and noncompetitive.
Children and youth involved in LOGOS develop 30 of the 40 external and internal assets needed for young people to live safe, healthy and productive lives. Assets like family support, learning to serve others, developing and recognizing boundaries, making decisions, having high self-esteem, resisting negative peer pressure.
Call First Church at 718-526-4775 and say I want to know more about LOGOS.
They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer (Acts 2:42)