Youth Sunday School Classes and News

Youth website:

Middle School students join the Intergenerational Sunday School Class in room 10 on Sunday mornings at 10:00. High School Students are invited to join the Intergenerational Sunday School Class or an Adult Sunday School Class listed in the weekly bulletin. The Church’s Got Talent: The Intergenerational Sunday School Class meets every Sunday morning this summer at 10:00 am in room 10.  We are offering something new for the summer that combines learning about the Bible and sharing our faith and talents, while building intergenerational relationships.  We have invited adults to share with others (children, youth and families) their hobbies and talents.  This is a time for everyone. PULSE Youth is held on Sunday evenings at the Youth House (729 N Florida Ave).  Middle School PULSE meets at 5 pm and High School PULSE at 7 pm.   November Dates Saturday, November 4  Youth Block Clean-up  10:00am—12:00pm  Meet in church parking lot Sunday, November 5  PULSE Youth Group   MS: 5-6:30 pm  HS: 7-8:30 pm Sunday, November 12  PULSE Youth Group   MS: 5-6:30 pm  HS: 7-8:30 pm Wednesday, November 15  Potluck  5:30 pm in Fellowship Hall Sunday, November 19  PULSE Youth Group to Sky Zone Sunday, November 26  PULSE Youth Group   MS: 5-6:30 pm  HS: 7-8:30 pm  

November 8, 2017

Christmas Parade Meeting at 5:30 pm in the fellowship hall.  All youth are welcome to join.  We need volunteers.

November 19, 2017

PULSE Youth will be going to Sky Zone in Daytona at 4:00 pm in place of middle and high school PULSE meeting that night.  Meet in church parking lot at 4:00 pm.

December 2, 2017

DeLand’s Christmas Parade at 5:30 pm.  Line-up begins at 4:15 pm.  More information coming soon.

December 17, 2017 

This is our Annual Youth Christmas Brunch following 9:00 worship at Paul and Maria Jones’ house during Sunday School.



PULSE shows our core values. They are: Pray, Unify, Love, Serve, Explore

We believe as Christ followers that we are called to these directives and we  try to live them out every day.

All youth are welcome.

As an integral part of First Presbyterian Church, we unapologetically proclaim Christ to be the Son of God and we strive to be His hands and feet to the world.

Knowing that, we do not require anyone who comes through our doors to necessarily agree with or adhere to everything we talk about. We welcome all youth in middle school and high school, from all backgrounds, to come enjoy fellowship and learn from one another about how great our God truly is.

What we DO "require":

- An open mind

- A desire to learn more about faith, Jesus, etc!

- An understanding that we are all made in God's image,

 regardless of who we are or where we come from.

- An appreciation for silly, corny, ridiculous games.