Youth

The Arden UMC Youth Fellowship is active in worship, study, missions and fellowship. Our youth Sunday School class meets Sunday mornings during the school year and our youth fellowship group meets for special events and activities. One of our group’s favorite events is the Baltimore-Washington Conference’s youth ROCK Retreat, which is held each January in Ocean City, Maryland.
To learn more visit the UMYF blog.
Contact Ed Tryon for more information!

ROCK 2015
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Arden United Church is also home to Girl Scout Troop 40726 and the Arden 4-H Club.

Summer Camp Programs

In 2015, we were excited to start our campership program to help send children and youth to our conference camps–West River and Manidokan. This year,we hope to send even more children and youth! Attending church camp can be one of the most powerful, fun and faith-building experiences a young person can have. Check out all

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Girl Scouts

Girl Scout logoGirl Scout Troop 40726 meets the 1st & 3rd Mondays of the month 6:00 -8:00 pm (September-June) in the Arden UMC Family Life Center. There is room for girls of all ages from kindergarten – high school. Adult volunteers always welcome as well.If you’d like more information about Troop 40726 contact Erica Parello – scoutleader.parello@gmail.com. Or if you’d like more information about the Girl Scout organization visit their web site GSCNC.org.
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Arden 4-H Club

4-H logo4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization. The Arden 4-H Club has a long affiliation with Arden Arden United Methodist Church. The club was established over 80 years ago by a former member of Arden UMC. The club’s current leadership are members of  Arden UMC. Many of the club’s past leaders and former members are or have been members as well.The club meets on the third Wednesday of each month in the Family Life Center. For more information about 4-H visit the Berkeley County Extension Office web site or the 4-H organization’s national web site.

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