SUMMIT Ministries Parent Newsletter

Welcome! This is the first Parent Newsletter that we will be sending out every month. It will not only act as a recap of the things we have done but serve as a preview of what is to come. I will be sharing photos of crazy moments, links to event forms, and Parent Resources. So scroll down, get connected, and get informed.

Winter Tournabash, Big Daddy Weave Concert, InstaHunt, Night to Shine


What: This event is our NYI District Gathering, when we elect a new district council, approve this years budget, and hear a report from our District President. Aside from taking care of business, this event is also FUN! There will be food, dodgeball, quidditch, and a Blacklight Party...just to name a few.

Cost: $10

Where: Valparaiso Nazarene Church

When: April 22, 2017, 9:00am-4:15pm

Needs: Closed Toe shoes, Neon colored shirt.

Parent Resources

In light of the Blackout Weekend it is not hard to see that digital media is more prevalent in teenagers lives than ever before. There are so many social media outlets and different trends that can influence the life of a teenager. So as a parent, how do you keep up and how do you handle it best?

The button below will direct you to a book, "Right Click", that addresses the digital age issue. It is presented by the Fuller Youth Institute and their resources are always top notch. We will be reading through this book and will share ideas and thoughts that it presents but if you are interested in reading it yourself, it is available for purchase on Amazon.

See you next month

You are receiving this newsletter because your student is involved with Summit Ministries. If you have any questions feel free to contact Pastor Mike Denny or Pastor Morgan Humrichouser. //


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