Happy Thanksgiving!

From the 181 student ministries team, we want to wish you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving!
 
By way of some quick reminders:
 
1) Because of Thanksgiving, we are NOT having Youth Group tonight. Enjoy your time with your family!
 
2) Today is the LAST day to register for Reverb. You can get the details, register, and pay HERE before 11pm!
 
3) November 28th we will be having our Big Game themed game night 6pm-8:30pm!
 
4) Mark your calendar for out Student Ministry Christmas Party which will be on Wednesday, Dec. 19th 6pm-9pm! Cost is $10 for ice skating.
 
See you on the 28th!

 



Service Opportunities!

Our OneEightyOne Ministries have numerous ways that students can get involved and connected! Here are a some of the ongoing opportunities:
 
  • Worship Arts Team – If you:
    • Sing
      • Play an instrument
      • Interested in Audio/Visual
Applications are available by clicking HERE or, talk to Cameron Smith
 
  • Connections Team – If you:
    • Like making new friends
      • Miss friends when they’re away
      • Want to see our ministries grow
Talk to Maddy Shaffer about these opportunities!
 
  • Services Team – If you:
    • Have strong creativity
      • Are a good planner
      • Like to make thing happen
Talk to Katie Buncher about help here!
 
  • Promotions Team – If you:
    • Get excited about upcoming events
      • Like writing or photography
      • Enjoy posting to social media
See Arin Justice for way you can help!
 
 
If you have any questions about all they ways you can serve, in addition to those above, you can also ask Grace Mitchell or Matt Vince!

 



2018 Fall Calendar and Updated Permission Form

Do you like to know what is coming or do you prefer to be pleasantly surprised? 
 
 
Whether you like to have a plan or go with the flow, I have good news, our OneEightyOne 2018 Fall/Winter Calendar is now available! 
 
Check it out to see what we have planned for the fall and early winter for our Student ministry by visiting our Events & Calendar Page. Also on the page you’ll see a link for our updated Medical Release and Permission Form which is a requirement for ALL students who wish to attend ANY youth group function!
 
The calendar is subject to change, but this at least gives our planners a great place to start!
 
We will also have printed copies of both the calendar and the Permission form for those who will be joining us at our Kickoff Cook out. 
 
See you out there!
 


School Year Kickoff Cookout On 8/26 @5:30pm!

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Parents and students (grades 7-12) are invited to join us for an evening of food, fun, and games to help kick off the 2018-2019 ministry year. This will be a relaxing evening with a chance to meet other students and parents and get an overview of our upcoming year.
 
We’re meeting in the Cross of Hope Pavilion on Sunday, August 26th, from 5:30-8:00pm. Dinner’s main course is provided, we’re simply asking that you bring a side or dessert to share. 
 
To RSVP simply click HERE, and fill out the form by Thursday, August 23rd, 2018.
 


Beach Day – August 1st 10am-4pm!

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Students in grades 7-12 are invited to join us for a day at Mentor Headlands on Wednesday, August 1, from 10 am-4 pm. We’ll travel by church vehicles from the church. Everyone should bring a modest swimsuit, beach towel, sunblock, street cloths (to change into/out of before/after swimming) and your friends. We’ll enjoy swimming, games, and a cookout! 
 
Be sure to register HERE to help make sure we’ve got enough seats and food!
 
 


Meet our Summer Interns!

Every summer, PHBC hires two inters to work with both our children and youth ministries. They gain valuable ministry experience while we gain additional hands and leaders during our very busy summer ministry season.
 
 
I would like to introduce our 2018 summer interns, they are Rebekah Erway and Kayla O’Neill! As you see them around, be sure to say ‘Hi’ and make them feel welcome!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Greetings! My name is Rebekah Erway. I’m a recent graduate from Cedarville University with a degree in Christian Education. I am currently not entirely sure where God wants me after school, but I want to work in ministry, especially with kids and teens. That’s why this summer is going to be great: I’ll get to love on kids and teens at Parma Heights and see how in-church ministry works. I’m a dark chocolate-lover and tea-drinker (though I will accept occasional cappuccinos) who likes Oxford commas, words that are fun to say, and hanging out with friends, relatives, and occasional large groups of strangers. I’m super excited to be here this summer and to get to see what God does at this church and through my time here!
 
 
 

Hey there! My name is Kayla O’Neill and I am a 21 year old Ministry Student at Moody Bible Institute. I am now a Junior as I study for my Bachelor of Arts in Ministry Leadership with a focus on Family and Children Ministries. The Lord has captured my heart and I wish to serve Him and help others find and follow Jesus Christ as I continue in my journey. Right now, that means that I am your summer intern and I am thrilled to be here and serve. Also, just a little bit about me, I love hiking/being outside, using my hammock, taking pictures, baking, puns, and I am learning to play the piano! I am so excited to work with the children and youth of PHBC and I am getting more excited by the minute as I plan and prepare for the summer events!



Get Air Junior High outing!

Calling all 6th-8th graders!

Don’t forget to register for our trip to Get Air in Middleburg Heights this Saturday from 1-4! The Cost is only $25. You must register HERE by tomorrow at 4 pm to insure a ride and the advantage of the group rate! It will be a blast!

See you there!



Youth Center Renovation and Work Day (Updated)!

This has an update over the 1st post about the work day this Saturday, the 21st.

As you all are probably aware, we started a much needed renovation of the youth center a couple of months ago. Work is progressing but there is still much to be done, and we need your help! We will be having another student work day this Saturday, from 8 am – 4 pm. It would be a huge help if you can make it for the entire work day, but even if you can only make it out for an hour, we could really use your help! Additionally, we are asking that any parents who are available would also come lend a hand!

You don’t need to have any special skills or training, but we could use all hands on deck to help make sure that we meet our completion date of June 1st. Lunch will be provided! So come on out and have some fun tearing things up, down, and then putting things back together! Do remember to wear work cloths/shoes. If you have work gloves, it might help to bring them, though we will have several pairs on hand (no pun intended).

Thanks for your help!



What are you doing this summer?!?

Still trying to figure out how to spend your free time this summer? Have you considered going to summer camp? We are looking to take a group of students to The Wild (6th-8th) and The Island (9th-12th) during the week of July 1-7th. Both camps are organized and run by Word of Life.

Summer camp is an amazing opportunity to have a week of adventures and fun. Meeting new people, playing awesome games, and having experiences that you can’t have anywhere else. But it is so much more than a fun time; it is a time to experience God like never before. As one who attended camp nearly every summer as a student, I can vouch for the fun and the life changing impact that happened every week I was there, so much so I had to work there as a college student! Camp is an investment in your student’s spiritual life that cannot be missed!

If you are interested you must complete registration AND pay the deposit by Saturday, 3-31  to take advantage of the early bird pricing!

If your student is 6th-8th they can get more info, register and pay the deposit HERE.

If your student is 9th-12th they can get more info, register and pay the deposit HERE.



2018 Summer Mission Trips’ Applications Available!

In case you didn’t hear, now is the time to apply for our summer mission trips!

Our Jr. High trip is July 22-28. The Jr. High team will be traveling to Indianapolis to serve with Kids Inc. It is open to current 6th graders thru current 8th graders. We will also be taking two or three Sr. High students to help lead the team. You can find more information and apply HERE.

Our Sr. High trip is July 23-28. The Sr. High team will be traveling to Washington D.C. to receive training by Dare 2 Share and will also practice sharing their faith with people on the street. It is open to current 8th graders thru current seniors. You can find more information and apply HERE.

Applications must be submitted by March 2nd. Any adults interested in coming as a chaperone also need to apply.

 

Come be a part of a team that is actively living out their faith and making a difference in peoples lives. You will come back changed!