We desire for every student who walks through our doors to realize they’re known and loved by Jesus and our church. Our gatherings are prayerfully designed for students to encounter Jesus and grow in their relationship with Him, with their leaders and with each other. We have fun together and strive to understand God’s heart for us and the world. All volunteers (18+) are background checked and SafeKids certified.
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Midweek – Tuesdays at 7 pm
Tuesdays are the main event for middle schoolers. We start with big, fun group activities, move into a time of enjoying the presence of God through worship music, share an in-depth message from God’s Word and break into small discussion groups to talk about applying the message to real life. Our goal is to help students move UP toward a deeper relationship with God, IN toward deeper relationships with other believers, and OUT to serve and reach the world around them.
Weekends – Sundays at 10 am
Most Sunday mornings, we offer a class specifically for middle schoolers. We play some fun games and share an in-depth message from God’s Word targeted at their age group. The goal of this class is to build excitement for attending church on the weekends and to help students keep moving into deeper relationships with Christ, our leaders and each other.
Our weekend class is on a break for the rest of the summer and will begin meeting again on September 8th.
Midweek – Wednesdays at 7 pm
Wednesday nights we have a high school focused event. We spend time together with relationship building activities, worship, biblical teaching, small group study and discipleship. We have several volunteers that serve by building relationships with students. They have felt called to intentionally walk through life with students as they lead them to Jesus.
Each weekend, high schoolers join our large worship gathering so they learn to worship and grow in a multi-generational setting as they navigate their teen years. We hope this creates a desire and foundation for growth and continued discipleship far beyond their years in student ministry.