The Stories of Our Lives: Stories from the Valley

Youth Sunday 2015

Give thanks to God, for he is our Great Rescuer;

      in Christ he has lifted us from the pit!


Bulletin for: 
Sunday, June 14, 2015
Order of worship: 
Pastor to People: 

God is my rock and salvation, my fortress; I shall not be shaken (Psalm 62:6).

June is upon us, and with it comes high school graduation. I (Pastor Matt) have asked Pastor Bobby to share with us the news about this year’s Stone Hill graduates:

Bobby Tunstall, Youth PastorSpring is the season of new beginnings. For six youth in our church, this spring marks the end of their high school careers and the beginning of vital next steps. It’s my great privilege to walk alongside youth during their middle and high school years, years that are fundamental in developing a biblical worldview. I do so with the encouragement of parents at home and a community of likeminded peers in youth group. As these young men and women graduate from high school, my prayer is that they continue boldly in their faith and remain unshaken in the days to come, resting in the strength of our God. May their faith and love increase, may they find complete joy in Christ, may they live to please Him before all. As the church, please join me in similar prayers for these six graduates:

Emily C. is graduating from West Windsor–Plainsboro South High School and will be attending American University, Washington D.C., in the fall.

Philip D. is graduating from Montgomery High School. He will be taking a gap year and then attending Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.  

Matthew M. is graduating from Princeton High School and will be attending Rutgers University next fall.

Ian N. is graduating from Montgomery High School and will be attending Rutgers University School of Engineering next fall.

Andrea P. is graduating from Hopewell Valley Central High School and will be attending Rutgers University next fall. 

Noah Z. is graduating from Mercer County Technical School; he will be attending Mercer County College while entering the Adult Apprenticeship Program at MCTS next fall.