For kids ages 3 & 4, Monday-Thursday, 9:00 am-12:15 pm. Preschool start on August 29, 2016 and run until May 25, 2017. Snacks and lunch are provided.
For students in k-5th grade, every Thursday 6:00-8:00 pm. Dinner is provided. This evening includes a variety of activities, Bible lessons, sports, art, etc.
For students in 6th-8th grade, every Tuesday from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. This program will restart on September 20.
For students in 9th-12th grade, every Monday from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. This evening includes stations where students learn various skills and enjoy fun activities all while learning about Jesus.
Since our beginning in 1945, our methods may have changed but our mission has remained constant: To see the transforming power of Jesus Christ at work in the lives of today’s youth. Today we are ministering not only to Kindergarten through High School students but to 3 and 4 year olds as well as college age students. Our passion to help young people thrive spiritually, physically and socially is supported by churches, businesses, families and individuals. Together, we are making a difference both now and for eternity!
81% of children in Lebanon live below the poverty level
Lebanon's income is 64% of Pa's median income
Lebanon median income $33,485 ...................... Pennsylvania median income $54,007
57% of Lebanon's population state their religion as "none"
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Cooks: -2nd Monday of the month @ 6 pm -One Tuesday a month (multiple openings) @ 6 pm Volunteers for different rolls on club nights (Secuirty, Activitiy Leader & Core Leaders)* -High Schoolers: Monday nights 6-8:30 pm -Middle Schoolers: Tuesday nights 6-8:30 pm -Elementary Schoolers: Thursday nights 6-8:00 pm Details on our different rolls: YFC Volunteer[…]
The First Story: Our first Monday Club after Camp was spent sharing memories and fun experiences that we had at summer camp. This was a time to watch videos from camp as well as play some favorite camp games. We then opened the floor for students to share what God taught them at Camp. We had[…]
Consider donating by clicking that red button on the right and you can help ensure that lots more kids have a whole lot of fun! Thanks to your donations and our developing relationships with community organizations, more than 30 YFC® students have attended a variety of local camps this summer. The students, who range in[…]
I don’t know about you, but music has always been a huge part of my life. I turn to music in the bad, good, alone, and celebrating times in my life. I love getting my boys dancing and hearing new music because it makes memories and reminds us of good times. I have also created[…]
Have you ever wondered how many times your name is said in a day? Well, since I (Courtney) became a staff member at YFC®, I know that the number of times my name is said, called or yelled loudly on a daily basis has exponentially increased. Whenever there is a club night or summer activity[…]
Yesterday I (Sarah) got out of my office and spent the day with our students on a day trip to the Ebersole Farm. Day trips happen almost every week throughout the summer. They’re an opportunity for our city kids to have experiences outside of the city, oftentimes these experiences are firsts for them. Like their[…]
Every Tuesday and Thursday morning all summer long, the kids who live in the Lebanon Village apartment complex turn off their TVs, put away their phones and head outside to participate in the Lebanon Village Children’s Summer Program! This program, which is run by YFC, Cornerstone Christian Fellowship and some individuals from a few other[…]
Elementary School Day Trips June 29th- Elementary Cabin Day July 6th- Blue Marsh Lake July 13th- Sight & Sound July 20th- Ebersole Farm July 27th- Lebanon Area Fair (Scavenger Hunt) August 3rd- Swimming For more details contact Brook (email@example.com) or Courtney (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 717.272.5106 Middle & High School Day Trips July 6th- Blue Marsh[…]
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I remember being a kid and playing the game “follow the leader.” The rules were simple. First, we chose a leader or “head of the line,” with everyone else lining up behind the leader. The leader then moved around with all the “followers” mimicking the leader’s actions. Any player who failed to do what the[…]