Emmanuel has a long history of sharing Jesus with teenagers in Pullman and the surrounding areas. One way that we do this is through our youth ministry. We love to connect with students in grades 6 through 12, and talk about Jesus! There are lots of ways for middle schoolers and high schoolers to get involved in EBC Youth, whether they come on a Sunday morning, check out youth group on a Sunday night, hit up a weekly small group, or join one of our special events. We hope that students from any background can find a place at Emmanuel. Come check us out at youth group on Sunday night!
You can join us on Facebook at Emmanuel Pullman Youth, or Instagram at EBC Youth to stay current on what’s happening. If you have any questions or would like to get involved, just contact our Youth Pastor Ben Wilson.
Sunday Night Gatherings: We have youth group every Sunday evening at the EBC building. Middle school meets from 5:00-7:00pm, and high school from 6:30-8:30pm. Free dinner for both groups at 6:30!
Last Sundays: Every last Sunday of the month, we have special themed nights where middle school and high school both meet at 5pm for pizza, hijinks, tomfoolery, and shenanigans.
Weekly Small Groups: Midweek small groups are a great place to build relationships and grow deeper in knowing Jesus. There are groups available for high school and middle school. Contact Youth Pastor Ben Wilson for more information on Youth small groups.
We regularly host a few extra-special events throughout the year with EBC Youth, where students can discover community, create lasting memories, and carve out space to connect with Jesus. Find out specific dates and event details through our social media accounts, or contact Ben Wilson. Some of the highlights of our year include:
Laser Lock-in: All-church games, a trampoline park, laser tag till dawn, and more pizza than any sane person would consume in one sitting. Some might ask, why? We prefer to ask, why not? This event typically happens in November.
Ski Trip: We rent out the Chapel at Schweitzer Mountain Resort, and get a whole weekend to explore the mountain, eat good food, learn about Jesus, and play games late into the evening. Typically hosted in January.
Superb Owl Party: What better way to celebrate Owls, than with great food, friends, and games? Sometimes people even watch football! Always a hoot.
Backpacking Trip: Get away from cell service, and reconnect with God and one another in the great outdoors. Usually April/May.
Summer Camp – Mission Adventures: Hosted at YWAM Salem, Mission Adventures is a really neat opportunity for student to learn how to share their faith, and get hands-on experience in sharing the gospel. Between learning, outreach opportunities, worship, games, and ropes courses, students create treasured memories, and learn to see themselves as missionaries in their own hometowns. Usually in July.