HUM-C Students offers a wide variety of programming and opportunities for growth as Christ followers.  Our desire is to create a safe place for students, from 7th grade through young adults, to explore their faith and become healthy Christ followers for their entire lives.

In addition to Sunday School and Youth Group, there are musical opportunities like the Voices of Truth Choir and New Generation Ringers.  Youth are also welcome to share their talents through the Connection Band, Out of the Darkness (Puppet Ministry) and on mission trips with Youth Led Missions.   Learn more about these programs by following the links, and check back here for all the other exciting opportunities that will come up throughout the year. 

If you want to participate, please make sure that you complete the The Connection Project forms for your family.    

 

 

Youth Support Group (YSG) is a chance for teens to come together to talk about emotional struggles- whether it be anxiety, school stress, depression or other mental health challenges that teens face today. Meetings are once a month on Saturdays at 9:30am in room 101/102, and are open to all teens from the community, 7th-12th grade. 

The next meeting will be Saturday, May 19 at 9:30am.  The topic will be body image.

For more information, please contact Shannon Wise at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Did you know that 84% of students study by re-reading, the most inefficient way of studying? Award winning author Ann Dolin, M.Ed. will teach you the top three, research-based study skills students need to not only be successful in school, but to reduce stress surrounding academics. Parents will learn strategies to decrease procrastination, tips to avoid all those distractions from media, and most importantly, communicate better with their kids.

On Saturday, April 21 at 9:30am, Herndon UMC is offering a session on how to Learn More in Less Time and Reduce Test Anxiety Along the Way: The Science Behind Studying with Less Stress. This session is free and open to anyone in the community. A short presentation will be made by Ann Dolin, M. Ed., followed by breakout discussions. Coffee and doughnuts will be available.

Ann Dolin is a former FCPS teacher and the founder of Educational Connections Tutoring. She can be found on WTOP Radio and News Channel 8 as a monthly contributor. Ann's been featured in The Washington Post, Women’s World, Washingtonian, Redbook, and Parents Magazine. She’s the author of the award-winning books Homework Made Simple and A Parent’s Guide to Private Schools. Her newest book, Getting Past Procrastination: How to Help Your Kids Get More Organized, Focused and Motivated (without being the bad guy) will be published this summer.

This will be the April meeting for Herndon UMC's Youth Support Group.

For more information, please contact Shannon Wise at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Student Ministry will have their annual Super Bowl Party on Sunday at the Fairchild's. The party goes from 5:30pm until halftime. Bring a snack.

We had so much fun celebrating in December with family and friends. We went to DC—saw the tree and passed out hats/gloves to homeless and enjoyed a fun filled Christmas Party. We will continue watching movie clips, linking them to scripture and talking about how to recognize God in our everyday!

Get in touch with us

(703) 707-6271
office@herndonumc.org
701 Bennett St, Herndon, VA 20170
Office hours: Monday-Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm Friday, 9 am to Noon

Worship with Us

Saturday, 5:30 pm -- Casual Worship

Sunday, 9 am -- Traditional

Sunday, 10:30 am -- Contemporary

A Nursery is available for all services and KIDSClub is also available on Sundays during worship.