Several of our First Priority leaders were on mission with us to the Dominican over Spring Break. It was a life changing experience for everyone. Please click here to read more: Ministry Report March 2017
Thank you to all the First Priority friends who helped us provide for a family in need this Christmas. We are grateful for the opportunity to reflect Christ’s love and compassion to families in our community.
The following steps provide a guide for students who would like to establish a First Priority club or group on their middle or high school campuses. If the group meets on “club day” during instructional time, then it is considered a club and will follow the guidelines of the Equal Access Act. If the group meets on a non-club day and during non-instructional time, then it is considered a “group” which is afforded First Amendment rights to gather.
□ Step 1: Obtain Information
Review the First Priority website; contact First Priority for more information about starting a club or group firstname.lastname@example.org
□ Step 2: Recruit a Team
Recruit Christian friends from your youth group who would like to start a new group; pray for God to guide your group through the process of bringing the message of HOPE to your school.
□ Step 3: Find a Faculty Member
Find a faculty member who is willing to host meetings. If your group meets on “club day”, you may be required to have a faculty sponsor.
□ Step 4: Complete Formal Request
Turn in any necessary paper work to the school’s administration. Request a day and time for meetings. This may require help from the faculty member (these steps are only required if your group meets on “club day”).
□ Step 7: Get Organized
agree on how students will communicate (consider using the Remind or GroupMe app)
equip students to facilitate the HOPE cycle
set a date and time for meetings to begin
invite friends and promote meetings
keep a weekly log of attendance numbers
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The movie I’m Not Ashamed is opening across the country on October 21st. The movie is based on the inspiring and powerful true story and journal entries of Rachel Joy Scott, the first student killed in the Columbine high school shooting in 1999.
We have many ways for volunteers to get involved in with First Priority. All active volunteers MUST attend training before they will be cleared to serve.
The following training dates are for youth pastors/leaders who are currently serving with us or are interested in serving (not open to the general public). Please email us at email@example.com to sign up for one of these training dates.
Date: September 8, 2016
Location: South Bay Church
13498 Us Hwy-301, 33578