Horizon Youth Jacó

Happy Almost-Valentine’s Day! If this feels like a stressful or dramatic season for your teenager, take a deep breath. We’re in this with you! 

What's Happening

Here are a few things coming up in our ministry . . .

January 20th, 2022: Kick-Off for Youth Group
We hope that you all have had a wonderful holiday season, but we miss your kids and are eager to kick off the 2022 year! Youth Group start up & we can't be more excited!

January 27th, 2022: Student Leadership Application Deadline

This year, we are inviting students who are interested to join the Horizon Youth Student Leadership team. There is an application process that involves both parents and positive references. 

February 10th, 2022: Parent Open House

Save the date! All parents are invited to join us for a Parent Open House! We plan to introduce you to our leaders for this year, discuss over vision, and review the upcoming calendar. This will take place during Youth Group on Thursday evening from 5:00-7:00pm. Afterwards, families are welcome to join in for dinner.

What We Are Teaching




Have you ever been hurt so badly by someone that you desperately wanted revenge? When we’re treated cruelly or unfairly, it’s natural to want justice. But what does “justice” really mean? Is it only about handing out consequences and punishment to the people who have wronged us? Or could it be about something more? How do we balance forgiveness and grace with truth and consequences? There’s someone in the Old Testament of the Bible whose life has a lot to teach us about justice. In this 4-week series, the story of Joseph will help us see that justice is love in action and that, when we’re wronged by others, we can hold on to hope, trust that integrity can withstand injustice, and learn to practice justice that restores what’s broken

Tip of the Month

How do you talk to your teenager about fasting? If you don’t feel comfortable doing so, if you don’t know what to say, or if you’re thinking, “oh, I didn’t know I was supposed to do that . . .” that’s perfectly fine! If we’re being honest, fasting is a spiritual habit that’s hard to understand and potentially dangerous if not handled correctly. So let’s talk about some ideas to explain fasting in a way that’s both healthy and useful to a teenager!

Resource of the Month

Running low on inspirational stories to share with your kids? Check out the interviews in THIS VIDEO that show how ordinary people are doing their part to show that “it’s every generation’s responsibility to make the world a better place than they found it.”

Question of the Month

Hey parents, help us out. As the parent of a teenager, what’s one thing our church could do to better serve and help you? Send us a message!