Current Happenings

Sunday, December 6th Hike

Our next Rogue Youth event is this Sunday from 2:30-4:00. We will meet at the Silk Farm Audubon Center & Wildlife Sanctuary (84 Silk Farm Rd, Concord). The parking and trailhead are located behind the McLane Audubon Center. It is a great place to enjoy the outdoors while staying near by and should be fun for hikers of any (or no) skill level. The intention is to spend some time under the trees and be with people who are not on a screen; it is NOT meant to be a long or difficult hike.

Important information:

-Wear clothing that is appropriate for the chilly weather, including shoes that are suitable for being on the trail. It will get colder as we are out, so don’t be afraid to bring layers*. It looks like there is a chance of snow, but this is New Hampshire and I’m a Minnesotan, so snow won’t stop us!

-Bring your own beverage of choice, if desired.

-A snack will be provided, probably cookies/doughnuts or something else along those lines. Please let me know if there are any food allergies that I need to be aware of.

-A permission form will be sent out tomorrow. Please fill it out and email it to me or bring it day of. Extra forms will be available.

-Friends are always welcome! Please have the friend’s parent/guardian fill out a form too.

-To keep everyone safe and ensure that we can meet in person for as long as possible, distancing and mask protocols will be followed.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns.
I look forward to meeting more St. Paul’s youth on Sunday!

Do any of these ideas spark your interest more than others? Youth Group is mostly about what you, the youth, want and need, so do you have questions or suggestions of other activities or topics for discussion? Email me

I strive for youth activities to be a place where all youth can feel safe to be themselves as they discover who they are in themselves and in the global community. Youth are not required to have any particular church background and are encouraged to develop their beliefs through exploration and curiosity about faith and the world we live in.

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