Band rehearsals are Wednesday nights at 7pm in Marshfield and Sundays at 3pm in Plymouth. Feel free to drop in and listen or jam any week! Occasionally rehearsals get moved or rescheduled, so if you're interested in coming you can always reach out to Sarah with any questions.
Sanctuary Youth Night is for 6th-12th graders on Tuesdays from 7-8:30pm. We gather in Marshfield and enjoy the company of peers. Welcoming and inclusive always, our activities vary week to week. We may be completing a monthly service project, talking about a faith and life topic, or playing games with friends. All are welcomed always.
On the first and third Tuesday of every month from 6-7pm we have a time just for 4th and 5th graders to get together and be encouraged and supported.
Contact Jacey Glass for questions or for more information.
CityReach is an overnight urban outreach program with Common Cathedral, an outdoor church for people experiencing homelessness. Youth learn about homelessness and join with CityReach staff in serving our homeless neighbors. This is for students who are in 8th grade and up. Parent chaperones welcome!
Spotlight Night is a chance to share or enjoy music, poetry, or art with a bunch of amazing and supportive people! All ages and talents are welcome.
Join us for night of fun, fellowship and service to our homeless neighbors. Youth Street Reach is a program of the Cape Cod Council of Churches at the Federated Church of Hyannis.
We will arrive on Friday evening for a program about the complicated issue of homelessness in our area. We’ll enjoy a pizza dinner together, joined with other youth groups. On Saturday morning we prepare breakfast and sort donations of clothing and other items. At 7am, guests arrive to eat breakfast. We are the “hosts”, enjoying a meal together and helping distribute donations. We’ll return to Sanctuary around noon on Saturday. Cost of this program is $30.
SAN ANTONIO ILOTENANGO
Sanctuary is heading on our second Appalachia Service Trip to help residents in one of the poorest parts of our country get a step ahead. We’re working with Applachia Service Project which has a long-running history in serving in these communities. The trip is open to ages 14 and up (16 and under must attend with a parent chaperone).