Hamilton youth exists to glorify god by partnering with parents to make

disciples of jesus christ

The goal of Hamilton Baptist Youth is to see students growing in Christ. We do this by providing gospel-centered teaching that exalts Christ. Our weekly ministry serves as the foundation for all that we do, but we also have special events that provide opportunities to connect with friends.


Sunday Mornings

Sunday School at 9 a.m. in the House of Blessing

Worship Service 10:30 a.m. for everyone

Sunday Afternoons

EQUIP meets from 4 to 6 p.m. in the House of Blessing.  

During the first hour, we will pack backpacks with food for local school students in need and then hang out.

During the second hour, we will either discuss scripture from the morning worship service or break into Discipleship Groups.

Discipleship Groups

Disciple-making is the heartbeat of the Youth Ministry.  Discipleship Groups (DGs) consist of an adult leader and four to six students. Groups are divided by gender and age to provide an atmosphere that promotes intimacy and vulnerability as students pursue Christ together.



Come see the joyful Very Special Arts play on Sunday, March 24 at 3pm. We will meet in the HBC parking lot and then ride together in the church bus to Franklin Park.  Come out to support your friends in The Musical Adventures of Tom Sawyer.  This will take the place of EQUIP on March 24.

When: Sunday, March 24
Where: Franklin Park Performing Arts Center
Who: Parents and students
Time: The bus leaves HBC parking lot at 2:20pm.
Cost: $8/person (This is a discounted group rate.)

Please sign up by emailing jmiller@hamiltonbaptist.com by Wednesday, March 13 to get the group rate.


MediMemo Spring Retreat is sure to be a weekend of fun and refreshment. We will go away to the hills of Southern Pennsylvania to spend time meditating and memorizing God's Word as well as have lots of fun.

When: Leave HBC parking lot at 4pm on Friday, March 29 arrive back at HBC by 11:30am Sunday, March 31

Where: Camp Joy El (use this link to see the camp)

What: A weekend away from normal life to focus on God through his Word, play games and worship Christ

Cost: $100 (The cost decreases by $10 for each additional child that attends. i.e. 1st child=$100, 2nd child=$90, 3rd child=$80) Please do not let money keep you from going. Talk to Pastor Josh Miller if you need financial assistance.

Registration deadline is Monday, March 25. Please print and turn in the below forms to sign up.

HBC Consent Form

Camp Joy El Consent Form