MERGE Wednesdays @ LCPC Youth Ministry
Join us Wednesdays from 3-9 PM every week for "MERGE". This has some aspects of your traditional youth group as well as new opportunities to make meaningful connections and be a part of a bigger community. Every Wednesday after school gets out we will have our youth lounge open for hanging out and doing homework. Whether you want to chat with friends, make yourself a coffee, have dinner or get your essay finished, we will be the spot for you! Alongside a cool hangout spot, we will also be having small groups and evening programming. theWAY (grades 7 & 8) programming will be from 6:30-8:00 PM and theJOURNEY (grades 9-12) will be from 7:30-9:00 PM.
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626 Foothill Blvd in the Youth Lounge (Downstairs)
Junior High (7th & 8th Grade)
From first crush to first car, making your way through adolescence will undoubtedly be an epic journey. The good news is your family does not have to brave it alone! Our team of adult leaders and staff want to share the peaks, plateaus, and pits of your student’s JH and HS years with you. We hope that you find in LCPC a community where your whole family can BELONG, SERVE, and GROW.
Meet Our Youth Staff
Anna was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA and grew up heavily involved at her home church, St. James Episcopal Church in South Pasadena. She graduated from La Canada High School in 2014, and achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Azusa Pacific University in 2018. She intends to go on to graduate school to receive a M.Div as well as a Psy.D. Anna knows and loves the La Canada community well--she came on as a small group leader in 2015 for two years for junior high girls, worked for six months as the youth ministry intern, and eventually accepted the position for High School Assistant Director. Anna is passionate about youth ministry and working to foster an environment where students can become who God intended them to be.
Heather grew up in Petaluma, just north of San Francisco, and started her Southern California life with a Bachelor’s from UC Santa Barbara. After working with Campus Crusade for Christ and then as the Executive Administrator of a church in Northern California, Heather found her true passion in helping children experience the love of God and his Word. Now as a mom herself, she has experienced how crucial it is to partner with parents in that endeavor. Heather joined the LCPC staff in 2008. She and her husband, Brandon, keep busy with their 3 kids: Abby, Caleb and Elijah.