Student Ministries is especially designed for 6th to 12th grade students. The goal of the Student Ministry is to introduce students to who Jesus is and teach them how to follow Him by learning what the Bible has to say about living a full life. Students are looking everywhere to find fulfillment and purpose—we know that only comes from Jesus! We want to help them get connected and begin to consider what they think about God. Along the way we hope to create environments where they can find friendship, community, and learn how God has gifted them as they begin to live out their faith with generosity and compassion.
Epic is our large gathering for Middle Schoolers. Each weekend there are games, time to hang out with friends, and discussion about who Jesus is, why His life matters to us, and how much He loves each one of us today. Questions and challenges are encouraged! We love to hear your thoughts and listen to your story.
Saturday Night at 5:15pm & Sunday Morning at 11am in the Upper Room
During High School, we encourage students to attend our regular weekend services.
All high school students are invited to come out to our weekly event, IGNITE. Ignite is a large group high school gathering that exists to “make Jesus make sense.” In a Jesus-confused culture, where can you go to find real answers? Experience great discussions about the Bible, games, and hang out with friends while having conversations that can change your life! If you hear something that sparks a thought or strikes a chord, find a leader and ask questions, challenge us, debate. We love to hear your thoughts and opinions.
Wednesday Night at 6:30pm in the Upper Room
MIDDLE SCHOOL LIFE GROUP
God calls us to live out our lives the way Jesus did. Once we know how Jesus lived, we can begin to imitate his life. We do this best as we share life together in community. These small, relaxed groups are designed to be a place where you can discuss real life issues that we all face.
Sunday Morning at *9:15am in the Upper Room (will resume September 22)
*Please note new time