Youth Activities

Children’s Church
Easter Morning
“He is Risen”

Easter Egg Hunt, Walnut Creek Community Center, March 30, 2024

Christmas Play, December 17, 2023

Light in the Darkness, October 29, 2023

Fender’s Farm Youth Trip!
Light in Light in the Darkness, October 30, 2022

Vacation Bible School, August 7-11, 2022

Trampoline Park — Youth Activity — March 19, 2022

Vacation Bible School, July 25-30, 2021

December 6, 2020, 6:00 PM: Youth Meeting with Zoom.

July 19, 2020, Youth Meetings & Activities will resume on both Sunday & Wednesday Nights with Rev. Doug & Mandy Garrison. ALL Youth are Welcome!

Sunday Night, December 1, 2019. Gingerbread house judging, crowns, putting the Christmas tree up and making cards for Blue Ridge Homes! An eventful evening for sure! Thanks to everyone who voted!

Trip to Grove Park Inn to see Gingerbread Houses

Operation Christmas Child, Youth Packing Shoeboxes, Nov. 20, 2019

Light in the Darkness, October 27, 2019

GiddyUp Junction, VBS 2019

Bible Camp 2019

Youth Activity to Kingsport Aquatice Center








Rev. Mabry presenting Bibles to 2019 High School Graduates,

Luke Ballard and Cassidy Freeman








Enon Youth, Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019

Blue Ridge Homes Visit

Click to view video: I Choose Jesus, Christmas Play

Click to view video:  Light in the Darkness


Enon Missionary Baptist Church, January 13, 2019

Rev. Doug Garrison, Youth Pastor Candidate, brought the message at the Worship Service. Worship service was followed with a “meet and greet” meal in the Fellowship Hall with Rev. Garrison and his family.

Operation Christmas Child

Enon Baptist Church Youth took part in Operation Christmas Child this year and met on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, to put together the Christmas Shoeboxes. They were hoping for 30 boxes, but God provided 60! Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse, was created in 1990 by Dave Cooke and his wife Gill for children in Romania. Operation Christmas Child, popularly known as The Shoebox Ministry brings good news and great joy to children around the world. And the work doesn’t stop there.

The “follow-up” evangelism program of Operation Christmas Child is called the The Greatest Journey. The program uses     “follow-up” evangelism with pamphlets of bible       stories that are given to families that receive the boxes, and an organizer for Operation Christmas Child says his goal every day is to “expand God’s kingdom through Operation Christmas Child.” Through The Greatest Journey, the discipleship program for those who receive shoeboxes, the Gospel is transforming whole communities.

Each November thousands of churches, schools, groups and individual donors prepare and collect shoeboxes filled with toys, school supplies, personal items, and other small gifts. A booklet of bible stories is often distributed alongside the shoebox gifts which are given to children based on need alone, regardless of their faith. Volunteers then distribute these boxes overseas. As of April 2015, over 124 million boxes have been delivered. Operation Christmas Child in the United States has over 9,000 year-round volunteers and over 100,000 short term volunteers.


Fender’s Farm Youth Trip