Sunday Morning Sunday School – Beginning at 9:45 am, our Junior High and Senior High students meet downstairs in our Fellowship Hall to do in-depth study of God’s Word and practical life application of that Word.  We live in a very conflicting society that calls evil, good and good is now called evil.  Our goal is to direct our young people into looking to God’s Word for the answers to these and other life issues.  Seeing young people grow in their faith is an upmost priority!
 
Wednesday Evening Youth Ministry – There is youth ministry being held every Wednesday evening for our Junior High and Senior High students.  During the school year, we meet at the church in the downstairs fellowship hall beginning at 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm.  During the school year, each Wednesday evening, we have “Food Night” in which we are blessed with an outstanding meal.  Food is served beginning at 6:30 pm.  During the summer months, we meet at the church but outside around the campfire.  Times are 6:30 until 8:30 pm.  Youth ministry is made up of game time, worship, and discipleship training. Our goal is to make disciples, and to see young people who desire to follow Jesus.
 
Family Camp – Summer is  a great time for heading to Mirror Lake near Sagel, ID and do some swimming, games, and BBQ.  This is a free event so bring clothes you can swim and get wet in, towel, snacks and be prepared to have lots of fun.  Permission slips are required.  See you in 2022!
 
Summer Bash – Every June we honor our graduating students by hosting “Summer Bash”. This FREE event is held at Timberlake Senior High School football field beginning at 6:00 pm on June 15th.  Our incoming 7th graders and outgoing 12th graders are honored on this evening but we welcome ALL local teens to come and enjoy.  At NO COST to our students, we offer a BBQ dinner, speciality drinks, photo booth, GaGA ball, laser tag, bubble ball, prize drawings all night, a grand prize (this year is a kayak), amazing speakers, and amazing music.   A Permission Slip is required to participate in the events.  Permission Slips are available on-line or coming by the church office to pick one up.  NO EXCEPTIONS. Please do not ask. 
 
Other Events:  Skiing/snowboarding in January; concerts; 30 Hour Famine; Buffalo Ranch BBQ; Purity Celebration; LeaderTrek backpacking; Weekend camp-out, Grad Banquet, etc.
 
 

2022 BACKPACK TRIP DESTINATION HEART LAKE

July 29, 30, 31

 

We are so excited for our trip!

Meet at the church Friday 8am.

We will return Sunday afternoon July 31st

We will be backwoods backpacking to Heart Lake trail #171 in Superior, MT.  It follows the Trout Lake drainage.

This lake is situated near Superior, MT. It is a five mile hike in to base camp. We will leave the church on Friday morning, drive to the trailhead, and hike into camp.  Saturday we will take a day hike on the Ridgeline Trail. Sunday we will have breakfast, Bible Time and hike out.  We will be stopping for lunch on the way home in Coeur d’Alene. Some of the things your student will learn; backcountry compass navigation, water purification options, in depth Bible time.

Emergency Numbers M- F 7:30-4pm 406-329-3750 Lolo National Forest Service Office  Pastor Kim Alexander 208-610-3078  Other Hours Contact Superior Volunteer Fire Department 406-822-4900

We will be having an information meeting Sunday July 24th 6:00-7:00 P.M. at SLBC – One parent must attend.  We seek to get borrowed equipment for students who do not have appropriate gear. 

Cost is $70.00

Following is a list of needed items:

  • Sack lunch for Friday and snacks
  • Backpack (real one/not a school backpack)
  • Foldable daypack for day hike (more like school pack but very lightweight and foldable)
  • Sleeping bag & Sleeping pad (optional) Hammock if desired sleep mode
  • 2 pairs of Socks, 2 pairs of under clothing, sleepwear.
  • Synthetic quick dry pants, shorts, shirts (one long-sleeved shirt)
  • Quick dry swimwear
  • Hoodie/light Jacket
  • Large garbage bag (rain protection)
  • 2 kitchen sized trash bags
  • All toiletries in a zip lock bag (anything that has an odor- yes even toothpaste)
  • Sunscreen, lip balm, bug repellent,
  • sunglasses, hat, and a beanie hat( if nights are cold)
  • 2 liters water minimum
  • 1-Personal water bottle
  • Any personal medications and small assortment first aid supplies
  • Head lamp or small flashlight – spare batteries
  • Pocket knife, small lighter, whistle
  • Hiking shoes or trail athletic type shoes
  • Light quick dry towel
  • Kleenex packets (5)
  • Hand sanitizer and soap
  • Phone (and battery charger if you have one)
  • Small Bible, notepaper, and pen/pencil
  • One personal bowl, plate, eating utensils

Extra snacks you like that fit in a zip lock bag

If you have any of these items let us know:

·      Light weight backpacking tent

·      Bear Spray

·      Water purifier system

·      Extra backpack (for those needing gear)

·      Map and compass (will be supplied)

·      Small powerful binoculars

·      Bear Bag/ Bear Canister (Youth group has one bear bag but yours may be cooler)

 

Contact Us

312129 N. 3rd Ave

Spirit Lake, Idaho

Phone: 208-610-3079

Email: debbielalexander@gmail.com

Web: slbc2u.com

 


            Spirit Lake Baptist Church
32129 N.3rd Ave
Spirit  Lake, Idaho 83869
(Church) 208-623-5680

 

 

 

 

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