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10328 Jefferson Highway
Baton Rouge, LA, 70809
United States


Welcome to Jefferson UMC. We worship, pray, fellowship, love God, and serve His people. Join us on Sundays...and many other days.


About Us

Youth are 7th to 12th graders who meet Sunday nights for a snack meal, fun, group activity or mission work. For some, Youth should be about the Bible & Jesus only, we have a different approach. It’s about Christian community = church family. Learning the Bible can be tough, even for adults, and we tackle it at Sunday school & on Wed nights., so at Youth, we use its guidance on topics such as friends, social media, parents, selfishness, and how we treat others.

If Christians would treat each with no judgement, trust the Lord, & know they are loved, this world could be turned upside down. The Youth goal is to create this person. At JUMY, we create a non-judgemental environment. Since most of us don’t encounter each other on a daily basis (we represent over 10 schools), we don’t have to wear our “school mask.” We are our true selves. We share without concern of gossip. We congratulate each other with joy & show concern with sympathetic tears. We are a family.

The other important focus in the Jefferson Youth, by our choice, is missions. Each month we serve those in need. Our regular missions are dinner for & fellowship with St. Anthony’s HIV Home, homemade cookie delivery to those needing a pick me up, lunch and service at Open Air Ministry, and Spring Landscape mission for the elderly. This summer, as we do each year, we choose to take a week out of our schedule to serve in Guatemala or Columbia, MS. 

Last, although we have a “leader,” she’s more a guide. Our group is run by elected Youth holding various positions.We choose and approve our activities & fundraisers, as well as our mission trips. We lead a Sunday worship too. As our own leaders, we’re responsible for our successes & failures - like a true leader.

So what do we do? Here are some highlights since August & future plans (mission work in BOLD):

Youth Week with Lockin, Pool Contests, Youth Led Worship Sunday, Parents’ Visit, #GetReal Talks x7 , Junior & Senior High Retreat Weekends, Scary House, 4-Square Fun, Hire A Youth, Mini Golf, Movie Nights x6, Bracelet Fundraiser/Christmas Post Office, Scavenger Hunt, Bridge Building, Talks on Racism, Rockwall Climbing, Murder Mystery, Watermelon Spring Fling, Cookie Deliveries x4, St Anthony’s Home (HIV Residents) Dinners x4, Open Air Ministries Lunches x4, Landscape Ministry, Surprise Mitzvahs, Guatemala Summer Mission Trip, Columbia, MS Summer Mission Trip

Summer mission trips

JUMY is pleased to offer multiple mission trip opportunities this summer. Throughout the year, we have three major fundraising opportunities to support these trips. Plus, youth are encouraged to participate in a few of the 14 fundraising events throughout the year, such as monthly movie nights, jewelry making, landscaping, or salad bar.

For our current juniors & seniors, we are offering a trip to Guatemala in June. This is a unique opportunity! For current youth members, we are are doing various activities to raise funds. Each person* will be expected to provide approx $500 of the $1350 cost.

Current 7th - 12th graders will have our annual mission trip. This year, we go to Columbia, MS to do construction and entertain foster children. Dates are 7/14-21. Cost* per person is approx $75.

*these costs are for our regular Youth. Remaining amount to cover the cost comes from our fundraising. If you would like to attend, please contact Brooke.

January 2018

1/7 We start the month with an "Around the Neighborhood" scavenger hunt. 

1/14: Bridge Building - Bridge contest, then #GetReal: Building Up. The challenge is to tell ourselves (2x/day) that we are perfect in God's eye (bc he doesn't make mistakes) and then encourage someone else.

1/21: We meet at Broadmoor for a discussion with Bishop Will Willimon on Racism. We will also spend time with Broadmoor's Youth for a Q&A.

1/28: #GetReal: Gratitude. We will discuss the 10 lepers Christ healed. With all our fundraising, we'll show our appreciation.

2/4: We spend some fun time at UpTown Climbing on Coursey. Bring $25

2/11: God's Love activity (Corners of God's Love)...then some games. How about a 4 square comp...or pool.

2/18: Movie Night - bring your fav snacks & drinks

2/25: #GetReal: Your purpose. Then plan Murder Mystery.




february 2018