Youth Group Computer Lab

February 9, 2005 by

The youth group at Simi Valley Presbyterian Church has opened a public computer lab to help students with their homework (read the article in the Ventura County Star, registration required). It’s part of an after-school study hall to help students with their homework and give them a place to unwind.

The idea came from the youth themselves who didn’t want more activities, but a way to better handle their already busy schedules. Sometimes the best marketing is smart programming–not huge events, but activities that meet the actual needs of your congregation and potential visitors. (What need does a huge event meet in the life of an over-scheduled person?)

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Kevin D. Hendricks

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