In the Student Ministry, we strive to help your kids learn what it means to live like Jesus wherever they are. Our hope is that as your kids journey through Jr. High and High School, they will develop and harness a curious attitude that seeks God with awe and wonder. Being curious has to be held in tension with critical thinking, so students can be curious discerners. Both of these characteristics will help them become Kingdom Workers, who use their gifts and passions to join God in His plan to redeem the world.
Have questions or want more info email: Zach Ramsey
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Life to Bible
Our High School Youth Group meets Sunday Nights 6:30-8:00 p.m. during the school year. We want to help your High School Student become a critical thinker and someone who lives out their faith because they want to. Our teaching is focused on what High Schoolers experience day in and day out and then look to God’s word for direction and wisdom in how we should live. We work through topics such as: identity, sexuality, relationships, wise decision-making, developing an attitude of a curious learner, and developing habits of a life-longer learner.
Bible to Life
School exists to help High School Students grow in their faith by
studying theology, worldviews, Bible Study skills, and to deepen their
understanding of the Story found in the Bible. They are challenged and
encouraged to delve deeper
into the Scriptures and apply the truth to their everyday lives. We want
them to wrestle with deep content with adults who can help them develop
and practice critical thinking skills. We have two classes, 9th-10th
Grade, and 11th-12th Grade.
have many events throughout the year, such as Fiasco, Post, Retreats,
CIY MOVE and Mission Trips. Click here for more information about
Greenhouse meets Wednesday Nights 6:30-8:00 p.m. throughout the year. During the school year, we study leadership development and critical thinking/worldview training. We also plan High School events and The Gathering. During the summer, we study one book of the Bible and seek to understand the author’s intended meaning and how the original audience interpreted it as best as we can. We spend the whole summer learning about the author, audience, the message, and what it has to do in a High School Student.
Over the summer, we study one book of the Bible and seek to understand the author’s intended meaning and how the original audience interpreted it as best as we can. We spend the whole summer learning about the author, audience, the message, and what it has to do in a Jr. Higher’s life. We encourage the students to use the tools that they have learned in Sunday School to help them question and learn how to help each other learn.
Quest exists to introduce at risk, unchurched, students to Jesus and kick start their journey with Him to become His Kingdom Workers and valued members of His Church. Quest meets during the school year on Thursday nights.
Jr. Quest (K-5th Grade) meets from 3:30–5:15 p.m.
Quest68 meets from 6:00–7:30 p.m.
Quest912 meets from 7:00-8:30 p.m.