ROBC Youth Group

ROBC Abstinence Class

Register by Friday, August 14th (Green Link Below)

ROBC sponsored age appropriate Abstinence class taught by Old Believer community members. These classes will be Bible based. Registration will be on a first come, first serve basis. If the demand is there for a 3rd and 4th class, then we will add additional course dates. All classes will be held at the ROBC Holy Trinity School. Classes are available to all youth, teenagers, young adults within the Old Believer Community.

 

For boys and girls, ages 8-14, instructors will cover basic abstinence adherence for topics such as, alcohol, drugs, pornography, and social media for younger group of kids of 14 and younger. Instructor for boys: Avery Toran and Mihei Egoroff. Instructor for girls: Natasha Kuznetsov. This is a 1 session class. Dates offered are August 17th and August 24th. Time: 6:30 pm-7:30 pm.

 

For boys, ages 15 years and older, instructors will cover the basic info taught to the younger boys, but will also expand and delve more deeply into sexuality, pornography, alcohol, drugs and abortions. Specifically, instruction will be provided on how to be the head of the household, accountability to God for the family, role of a husband/father in the family. Instructors: Avery Toran and Mihei Egoroff, special guest: Konstantin Reutov to talk about real life experiences with alcohol. This is a 1 session class. Dates offered are August 17th and August 24th. 6:30-8:00 pm.

 

For girls, ages 15 years and older, instructor will cover alcohol use, drug use, pornography, and social media usage. In addition to these topics, in depth instruction and discussion will also be covered on topics such as, abortion, body image and sexuality. This is an in-depth 2 session course. 1st session is August 17th, 2nd session is August 24th. Times for both sessions 6:30-8:00 pm. Must be present for both sessions. Instructor: Liza Kuznetsov

 

For kids already enrolled in the ROBC Youth Group, classes are free.

For kids NOT enrolled in the ROBC Youth Group, we ask for an at-will donation to help support programs and classes such as these.

 

Registration deadline is Friday, August 14th, so please register early to reserve your child’s spot in the class.

The ROBC Youth Group is led by like-minded community members who have a passion for sharing the love of Christ with our youth. Our hope is to preserve our Old Believer faith by teaching little bits of Old Believer Christian life education at each event, whether it is a fun and exciting field trip or a community service event that benefits the community.

Mission Statement

Inspire youth to live Godly lives, to serve and love the Lord. Invest in our youth by guiding them to use their God given talents to serve their purpose in life. Ignite their passion to preserve and practice our Old Believer faith and traditions.

Vision Statement

To build a supportive and educational program that promotes Love, Service, Passion and to live a Joy-filled Christian life.

Core Values

Community

We are called to serve, and when we serve others, we serve the Lord.

Respect

Trust the Lord; know that he has a bigger plan for you.

Respect all of God’s creations.

Respect and obey the law of the land.

Respect thy mother, thy father, thy neighbor.

Respect and care for yourself. Our body is the temple for the Holy Spirit.

Love

Know that God loves you, and so we must love one another.

Be passionate for Jesus Christ, for His church and for the needy.

God’s way is the only way to eternal salvation in the Kingdom of Heaven.

Humility

Always have faith in the Lord. With God, all things are possible. 

Praise the Lord for all blessings and hardships. TRUST Him.

Strive to solve all issues with humility, acts of kindness and love.

Enrollment

The ROBC Youth Group is seeking to identify youth planning to enroll during the upcoming year. Please pre-register your youth by filling out the form below.

FAQ

What will the youth group be doing?

We’ve already started our first fundraiser garden project. Youth will tend to the garden and help with the farmers’ market fundraiser as a community service. We have no scheduled fun events as of now because of the pandemic. We hope to do so once we’re allowed to gather in large groups again.

What ages will be allowed in the youth group?

The ages for the Youth Group will be 8 thru 18+. The youth group will be separated into three age groups: 8-11, 12-15, and 16-18. We feel like there may be some kids that are above 18 that may still want to participate. The older kids can help mentor the younger kids as well.

How many children will be allowed to join the youth group?

As long as we have enough volunteers we have no cap on enrollment.

Where will the youth group be hosted?

The youth group will be hosted at the Holy Trinity Private School and community center.

How much is enrollment?

$100 per child. For a family of 3 or more children enrolled, it will be $75 per child.

How involved do parents need to be?

Parents are required to host/chaperone two events in one calendar year. This is subject to change annually, depending on enrollment.

Will the youths be involved in community service?

Yes, students/youths will be required to dedicate 1 day a month to community service. The fun activities and events will be monthly and voluntary.