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high school
To see students give themselves fully to Jesus and His mission.

forming a generation to be the church

Our high school ministry is equipping students for lifelong faith through intergenerational discipleship, influential communities, and formative practices. We desire to send out graduates who’ve become healthy participants in the life of the church and the mission of God.

 

High school ministry is back to meeting in person! We will meet at the student building from 6-8 p.m. on Sunday evenings! We hope to see you there- bring a mask!

current series
current series

Though we are back to meeting in person, we will continue to post new teaching online. We hope you are able to worship with us, physically or virtually! 

Theologian Kevin Vanhoozer has said that “to catechize a disciple is to catholicize them: to integrate them into the faith of the whole Church.” The Apostles Creed is an ancient statement of faith produced by the Church that summarizes the teaching of the apostles. It is a catholic creed (‘catholic’ refers to the global, historic, and unified Church) that helps students discover the basics of the gospel story handed down through the ages. In this series we will help students learn the way of Jesus by seeing how our local church puddle is part of the ocean of Christian belief and practice.

 

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sunday nights
sunday nights

We are so excited to be gathering together again! We will meet on Sunday evenings from 6-8 p.m. for worship and small groups. Students can gather to forge community, worship wholeheartedly, and learn the way of Jesus as we share life together. Information about those gatherings can be found above!

If you are not comfortable gathering in person, that's ok! We are still posting our teaching online each week.

If you need help getting connected to a small group or have questions about what it looks like to gather together during this season, email Luke!

sunday mornings
sunday mornings

For the time being, we are not holding any Sunday morning classes.

When we are able to gather together again, we want all our high school students immersed in the life of the church, so we encourage high school students to consider the adult Sunday services their primary place to gather on a Sunday morning. If your family is staying for 2 services, students may serve on a variety of serving teams alongside adults, and our high school Sunday school class is offered at the student building during the 9:30 a.m. service. This group engages in bible-based reflection relevant to the daily life of high school students.

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