The place to be for middle and high school students.
We believe that the years spent in student ministry are the most critical and formative years of any person’s life, so we do our best to give students access to relevant teaching and authentic community, while also being sure they have the most exciting and memorable experience possible!
Sunday Mornings | 9:15 a.m.
High School Groups: The Basement
Middle School Groups: The Station
Students will meet in groups at tables that will be spread out in the larger venues instead of groups meeting in smaller and more compact rooms.
Graham, Emma, and Jamie will be teaching each week with planned discussion times at tables throughout the morning to help get the conversations going. Our small groups leaders and other volunteers will help facilitate these discussions at the appropriate times.
Sunday Evenings | 5:00pm-7:00 p.m.
On the first Sunday of each month, we’ll host what we’re calling ONE nights on our campus.
This will allow our ministry to come together as one student ministry and enjoy free food, a time of worship, a challenge from God’s Word, and all sorts of other fun opportunities.
On the other Sundays of the month, we’ll continue meeting in Home Groups across our city, with Middle School meeting in one home and High School meeting in another home.
These nights will include free food, exciting activities, and discussion-based teaching that is relevant to what students are facing today.
In addition to weekly Sunday gatherings and our Grow and Serve events, we’ll also host monthly fellowship events for middle school and high school students.
At the beginning of each month, we will send an email that will include the scheduled events and opportunities for the whole month. Additionally, we’ll send reminder emails at the beginning of each week about any upcoming events and other important information.
Wednesday Nights | 6:00-7:15 pm
Study: Keys to Freedom by Mercy Multiplied
During the months of January and February, we will be teaching through the Keys to Freedom curriculum to offer students the opportunity to experience this powerful study in an adapted form. Throughout these nights, Graham, Jamie, and Emma will break down the material in the Keys to Freedom workbook so that students can apply these encouraging practices into their everyday lives.
Students will meet in the Station and Creative Suite and will be in discussion-based settings on Wednesday nights. They are encouraged to bring their Bibles and notebooks to take notes with.
God did not command rest because He is a mean God, but because He knows that His people need it.
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