Student Ministries

We recognize and encourage the parent's role as the primary disciple-maker of their children. But we also recognize the critical role that the church family and corporate worship can play in forming a teenager's faith. We want students to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ so that they can in turn make disciples. We want students to have a place where they feel completely accepted and yet challenged (for the gospel does both). We want students to experience fellowship, community, opportunities to develop their faith, and freedom to use their gifts.

Students have the opportunity to meet weekly in a large group setting, but the ministry centers on small groups where students can freely explore and own their faith as they connect with caring, trained adults.

Sunday Mornings

Middle School Class
9-10:15 am, Middle School Room (in the basement)
Students can be a part of learning who God is, what he's done, and what he's called us to. Join us as we equip and disciple students using The Gospel Project curriculum!

High School Servant-Leader Equipping Class
9-10:15 am, Outpost
Students desire to live for more than what's on Shapchat and video games. Students want to make the difference God has called them to. Join us as we equip students to be servant-leaders in the world around them!

Wednesday Evenings

Small Groups
6:45-8:15 pm, Middle School: Middle School Room | High School: Outpost
Students long to be known and encouraged to live out God's purposes in their lives! Join us as we grow deep and go wide with the gospel together!

For more information contact our Middle School Pastor Lucas McGarity or High School Pastor Jordan Krahn.