Aley Youth Ministry

At Aley Church our youth (grades 6-12) are important to us! We believe in providing a strong foundation of beliefs for our youth. They are encouraged to discover and develop their faith and understanding of the bible on a personal level. At Aley we understand that not everyone will agree on everything, and that's OK! We encourage youth to develop and take hold of their faith as their own with the Bible as the foundation.


Click here to see the latest youth newsletter.

Youth at aley (YAA)

Each Wednesday night from 6:00-7:30, youth gather to have fun while deepening relationship with God and each other. A typical youth group gathering includes snacks, games, lesson, and time to just be with other youth in a positive and encouraging environment. 

Sunday Mornings

Currently, we are not meeting on Sunday mornings.


Every Sunday morning at 10:00am youth gather together to dive into Scripture and relevant life topics together. It's a time that offers focused, biblical studies and opportunities for small group discussion facilitated by Aley staff and volunteers. Snacks are provided each morning and youth meet in room 215 in the upstairs ACA area.

Special Events

We like to spend time together having lots of fun!  We've gone to Kings Island, had campfires, tried our hand at Escape Rooms, gone canoeing and enjoyed several other fun group activities!  We believe that it's important to have some fun while surrounded with good friends.


Upcoming Events:

May 18, 6-7:30pm - End of the Year Celebration!

>Boba tea and pizza at the park! Pick up and drop off will still be at Aley Church by the AB. RSVP by Monday 5/16 is required so we can arrange transportation!

Summer camp

Tar Hollow 2022 is scheduled for July 11-16


Each summer youth are invited to attend Tar Hollow Church Camp. This Camp is open to all youth entering grades 7 through those who just graduated high school. College age students and adults are encouraged to volunteer as staff.  Tar Hollow is a locally led camp that has been in place for over 60 years and is open to all denominations.  The camp was originally founded by Sidney First United Methodist Church but has grown to include campers and staff from over 40 different churches. We spend a week together in fellowship, worship, learning, growing, sharing, and discovery.  It is an excellent opportunity for youth to connect with God and each other.


For more information, or to register click here.