9:30am | Sunday School
5:30pm | Overflow
5:00pm | Connect Dinner
6:30pm | The Rock
Interim Director of Student Ministries
We want our students to stand for their faith, so we work to equip them with Bible knowledge and training so that they can confidently answer the questions of the culture. The goal is that every student would have the tools for ministry they need and that they be raised to maturity in Jesus.
This teaching happens primarily in Sunday School at 9:30am every Sunday at The Well, located on our campus adjacent to the Church Street entrance. Sunday School focuses on:
Nothing is more important than glorifying God. We desire to help our students taste and see that the Lord is good through worshipping together. Creating a longing for God and his Word in the heart of every student is of utmost importance to us. Students should be able to not only hear God’s Word, but also apply it to their every day lives. This happens best through a regular time of praising God together.
Middle and High School students worship together on Wednesday nights at 6:30pm in the Chapel, located in our Main Campus. Middle School and High School follow worship with small groups for application. Our goals for worship are:
Every student needs the regular intake of God’s Word. We want to help students learn to listen to God speak to them through the Bible. For High School, weekly Bible reading and journaling is encouraged and we take time each week to talk about what God is teaching them during their personal time alone with him. Middle School students use catechism (questions and answers that teach who God is and what he has done) to give them a foundation for their faith.
Discipleship happens every Sunday evening at 5:30pm. The evening typically starts with food, then Middle and High School students break up into small groups for discussion. Afterward we make time to enjoy each other’s company through games and activities. Sunday nights are designed to:
We can’t wait to meet you. If you want more details on Student Ministry or simply have questions, contact Charles Denis.
Our students attend an annual Summer Camp centered on the gospel and having outrageous fun.
DNOW is a weekend of growth in collaboration with other Student Ministries in our area every February.
Retreats for boys and girls are scheduled to enrich our time together.
Every student is called to be a witness. We make opportunities for students to serve by taking their faith into the world. Our aim is to provide students with experience in engaging others with the gospel.
We also love to have fun together and believe God made this world in part for our enjoyment. We regularly schedule events that help us make memories, have fun, and enjoy one another.