Arlington United Methodist Church

Youth Mission Statement

We want every student to experience the love of Jesus Christ and push them to become disciples that live by faith, are known by love, and will be a voice of hope in a world that they lead in.

Youth Vision

Give students the tools they need to continue their faith past high school in a fun and inclusive way.

Learning Objectives

  • Teach students the core basics of Christianity and United Methodist Theology.
  • Provide real world experiences as disciples.
  • Encourage and accept spiritual growth.
  • Learn in an environment surrounded by a loving community.
  • Teach that all are welcomed to the table.
  • Play hard!

AUMC Youth — “A Unified Motley Crew”

Youth Group

Pictures of youth selected by Kevin Wilson.

Mission Service

Pictures of youth selected by Kevin Wilson.

Field Trips

Pictures of youth selected by Kevin Wilson.

Youth Events (Spring 2019)

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Meeting Times

Year around:
Sunday School (6-12th grade): Sunday, 9:30-10:30 a.m. — Wesley Hall.

Fall & Spring:
Youth Group (6-12th grade): Sunday, 5:00-7:00 p.m. — Wesley Hall.

Fall & Spring:
Middle School small group (6-8th grade): Wednesday 5:00-7:00 p.m. — Wesley Hall

Year around:
High School small group (9-12th grade): Wednesday 5:00-7:00 p.m. — Wesley Hall

Year around:
Youth Group Game Night (6-12th grade): Most third Fridays of each month at Starbucks on Atlantic. 6:00-8:00 p.m.


Sunday School:
We focus on creating fellowship with a light reading of scripture by leaders or students of their choosing. We take Sunday mornings to go over prayer requests and check in to see how everybody’s week went. A great way to get connected and join in with the youth group.

Youth Group:
Sunday nights youth are currently learning how to confidently share their story with others. Sundays are great for new students as we also have a huge focus on playing games, sharing a meal, and enjoying fellowship.

Youth Director Kevin Wilson

Kevin, from Toledo Ohio, is a student at the University of North Florida in his senior year. Kevin has spent the last 5 years in ministry with youth and children and has a deep love for his work. He has been at AUMC for the last year and feels blessed to have the opportunity to serve the youth in our community. After school Kevin plans to continue his education to become a pastor in the United Methodist Church. Kevin’s favorite things are spending time with his wife Camille,
Ohio State football, fishing, and the book of Job.

Contact and Get Connected

For more information or answers to questions about getting connected to the AUMC Youth Program please phone the AUMC church office at:

(904) 743-1400

Kevin will contact you.


  1. 2019-20 Youth Participation Consent Form
  2. Parent Release Form for Media Recording
  3. 2019-20 Youth Bus Form
  4. Serving Interest Form

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