Our Student Ministry exists to inspire, equip, and help students grow and develop a deep faith in Jesus us through intentional relationships. Our desire is to see our students gather as the body of Christ, grow into the image of Christ, give to the work of Christ, and go with the message of Christ. Our Student Ministry gathers at three different times for distinct purposes that you see below. Parents...we want to partner with you to make disciples!
This is the bread and butter of our student ministry - a student led time of worship and teaching by Pastor Trey. A light supper is always provided and there is always a time of fun activity for our students. Our purpose is to reach out to students in our area offering them a place where they feel comfortable and a place where they will want to come and bring a friend. Our goal is to introduce students to Jesus and to disciple those who have a relationship with Jesus.
Every Sunday morning our students are encouraged to meet on the Lord's Day to worship. We begin at 9:00am in the Youth room which is adjacent to the Family Life Center (FLC). This time is led by dedicated adult leaders who seek to disciple our students. Students are then encouraged to gather for corporate worship in the FLC at 10:00am. Often there is breakfast to be shared as well!
Our midweek ministry begins at 5:30pm in conjunction with the rest of the church activities taking place on campus. Students begin with open gym or just an opportunity to game or hang-out in our youth room. Pastor Trey leads in a time of teaching and then breaks the kids up into small groups with adult leaders where the lesson is applied and talked about with their peers and adult leaders. Topics addressed on Wednesday nights we hope will help our students make wise-God honoring choices in their life.
This is a fall retreat for our high school students and is a yearly event where Pastor Rod will be teaching them theology. The goal is for our students to have the opportunity to not only hang out with our pastors away from home, but by the time they graduate to have a clearer understanding of theology before they either attend college or enter the workforce.