Guest Speakers for Youth

Every Sunday evening is an opportunity to inspire youth with Christ's love.  If you have a story to share, a message of inspiration or love teaching Bible stories, we have a stage for you. Contact Shelly Albright  at for more information.

Youth Activities

Sunday Mornings                


Worship              9:30am      

We think it is important for youth to participate in worship. All youth are invited to sit with one another in fellowship, during the 9:30am contemporary worship service. We sit on the right front side of the sanctuary. Youth families are welcome to sit with us as well!


High School Small Group     11:00am       Youth Room

We want our students to experience a changed life and a deeper faith in Christ. Growing in Christ starts with knowing who he is, and that's the total focus of "LIVE: Year with Jesus".

The 36 lessons in this character study will provide your students with an in-depth look at the life of Jesus. They'll discover who he is, what he did during his earthly ministry, the truths he taught, and how they can share the message of Jesus with their world. 

Youth Group         Sundays       4:00pm - 6:00pm         Youth Room

Youth Group is a great time to fellowship with other youth while learning important Biblical principles about current youth topics.  We enjoy snacks, games, praise music and a scripture lesson together. 

Family Night at Youth Group

Every third Sunday of the month is Family Night at Youth Group!  We invite parents to come join us for Bible Study, guest speakers and our monthly dinner.  Childcare is provided for children not in youth group, if needed. Your space for childcare needs to be reserved in advance. 

Wednesday Nights           7:00pm - 8:30pm

B&B Club

Join the boys (6th-12th grade) for a night of basketball and Bible in the gym.  

Girl Talk 

Girls (8th-12th grade) are invited to join us as we share our struggles and victories, and learn to support each other in Christian love.

Youth Events

Fellowship is important to us.  In order for youth to build strong friendships in a loving environment, we encourage youth to participate in our fun activities.  Join us for Rock the Universe, Escape Night, Thanksgiving Dinner, Christmas Party, Theme Nights, Fall Fun Night, Ice Skating and more. Make sure to stay updated with all of our events through our Facebook page, parent email, bulletin updates or the Youth Calendar.

Middle & High School Mission Trips

St. Peter’s Youth Ministry holds missions as extremely high priority. We feel as though the opportunity to leave our home comforts and to be able to serve others is an essential part of growing in Christ. Below you will be able to find a number of helpful resources concerning our summer trips. Currently we are participating with TEAMeffort for our High School mission trips. Great work weeks in locations like Copperhill, Atlanta, New Orleans, Gatlinburg, Puerto  Rico, and more. Specific details concerning travel arrangements, packing list and other trip information will be given during a parent meeting in the spring.


Middle School Mission Trip June 14-20, 2020
Our Summer youth mission trip for middle school will be in the northeast Georgia mountains. Youth will be introduced to a community of numerous Hispanic
families working and trying to just get by. The families in these areas are struggling daily to acclimate to a new life in a new country. During the trip, they will be able to reach out and minister to these families through home repair projects and children's ministry in
their own neighborhoods. Youth will also have the opportunity to work with these families through home improvement projects.


High School Mission Trip JULY 19-25, 2020
The high school youth will experience an unforgettable week of hands-on mission projects, exciting music and programs, and group-building high adventure activities. The Copper Hill camp is located in Tennessee, just miles from Georgia and North Carolina, allowing service projects in all three states. The youth have the opportunity to reach out and minister in these areas where closed businesses and industries have left people with little means to provide for their families. Mission trip work focuses on home repair and renovation: however, it is the relationships formed with those served that will be remembered


Important Dates/Forms:

An initial deposit and final payment dates are to be determined. 

Contact Shelly Albright at for more information.


Registration Form

Medical Form

Code of Conduct

Middle and High School Mission Trips
Middle and High School Mission Trips

Warren Willis Camp

Camp has continually been one of our students favorite activities of the summer. As a church we will travel together week 5, however all weeks are open for you to enjoy on your own. Below you will be able to find a number of helpful resources concerning your summer registration. Additional information concerns camper activities, what to bring, a camper handout and a parent information letter will be available on the Warren Willis website in the January.

Week 5, 2020:         TBD

Registration and Scholarship



St. Peter’s will be offering Confirmation classes  beginning January 5, 2020. Confirmation is an important step in a youth’s faith journey. It is an opportunity to respond to the grace of God available to us, as acknowledged in baptism, and to promise to live as a person of faith. Confirmation is also a response of commitment, profession of faith, and re-dedication. We strive to make this time of spiritual growth something they will cherish throughout their life. Friendships will be formed as they learn and grow together while becoming disciples of Jesus Christ. 

There will be a mandatory parent/youth meeting on: January 5, 2020 at 3pm to review the requirements and the curriculum. There will be 15 classes, 1 retreat weekend and a faith statement presentation.


Those interested in attending Confirmation should contact Shelly Albright, at 561-793-5712 x29.

Discovery Weekend for Middle Schoolers

Discovery Weekend is a spiritual retreat weekend for Middle School students. This weekend is open to all church youth groups. The youth involved will focus on experiencing the love of God. There will be fun skits, games, great music, and engaging activities for both girls and boys.

High school youth will be leaders for the weekend, mentoring the middle school students throughout the retreat. Adult leaders will be present to help in all areas and to mentor the high school students. Parents are welcome to come help with any area they wish to serve. Parents that serve do not have to stay overnight.

This weekend is grounded in prayer. There will be a Prayer Chapel available throughout the weekend for leaders and parents.

Parents are encouraged to attend the Saturday night service. Parents will be given the opportunity to pray and light a candle for their child.

Meals will be prepared at the church.





When:   Friday, November 8 at 7p.m. - Sunday, November 10 at 3p.m.

Where:  St. Peter's UMC

              12200 W Forest Hill Blvd.

              Wellington, Fl 33414

Cost:     $80 (includes all meals, snacks, t-shirt and activity supplies)

Registration: Forms may be faxed to (561)-793-5712 or

                     Email to

Deadline: October 27th 8p.m.


For questions, contact Ann Lewis at (561)-373-2347 or




Chrysalis is the name chosen for the youth version of The Walk to Emmaus, its parent movement, because it symbolizes the spiritual growth that is essential between adolescence and adulthood. That growth is as crucial for youth as the cocoon is for the caterpillar. It is that precious time of nurturing a person's faith for discipleship.

This three-day spiritual retreat provides an opportunity for you to learn more about faith, to experience Christian love and support, and to make new faith commitments. The point is to inspire, challenge and equip you for a closer friendship with Christ and for Christian action at home, church, school, and community. Visit Southeast Florida Chrysalis at:

Boy Scouts and Scouting USA

For over thirty years, the St. Peter’s United Methodist Church Men’s Ministry in Wellington, Florida, has sponsored the scouting programs of Boy Scouts of America.  We are proud to sponsor scouting units for boys and girls aged 5 years through 17 years.

Please visit a meeting to learn more about our scouts.  If you are searching for other scouting units in the western communities of Palm Beach County, please go to:

For more information about our Scouting groups, please go to the link below.

Scouting Pack and Troop Information.