Thursday Evening Check-ins

All high school youth are invited to a weekly virtual 30-minute check-in to share highs and lows, talk life and faith, and pray together. We welcome companionship, friendship, and understanding in this group as we lean on each other for support and celebrate great achievements. Contact Nadia at for the zoom link.

Local Youth Gatherings

In conjunction with Holy Trinity and Faith Lutheran, we will gather in person on the third Saturday of the month for food, study, and fun. The location will rotate among our three churches and timing may vary slightly. If you are interested in attending, please contact Nadia at for details regarding the next Youth night.

Peace Lutheran’s high school youth are involved in church in a number of ways.

Our youth serve the church as ushers, nursery attendants, worship assistants, and on the church council, and thus they are integrated into the life of the church.

They have monthly special activities. Often, these activities are in conjunction with the Youth Group at the nearby Episcopal Church, St. Albans, with whom we have a long-standing relationship of support.

Each summer the youth group goes on a Mission Trip to serve an impoverished community in rural Virginia. Email Pastor Sarah if you are interested in going on next summer’s trip.

High schoolers are invited to meet most Sunday mornings from 9:30-10:15 am. We meet in classroom #5 across from the sanctuary to share donuts and OJ, highs and lows, and the ways that faith can impact our lives. A big part of coming to church is being part of a community of people that support and care for each other; the first step in that direction is getting to know one another! You are invited, you are welcome, you are special.
Please note that, following the Fairfax County Public School calendar, we do not have youth/teen programming on long or holiday weekends to accommodate our teachers and leaders who are parents.

Questions or need more information? Please contact Nadia Fitzcharles.




Youth Group in Detroit
Members of our Youth Group at the ELCA Gathering in Detroit