The Gathering  STUDENT MINISTRY





CONNECTING MORE STUDENTS TO JESUS

Our goal is to connect as many students to Jesus as possible, AND to equip them to stay connected to Jesus for the rest of their lives. We accomplish these goals by creating relational and relevant environments where middle school and high school students can be comfortable with their friends and discover the truth about who Jesus is and what He has done for them.


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Sunday Morning Groups

Our High School group meets at 10am. This discussion-oriented addresses relevant topics in a casual environment. At the end of group time, everyone attends the 11:00am worship gathering together.


Our Middle School students meet during the 11:00am worship gathering. This is a safe place to experience Jesus and move forward in a relationship with Him. Our discussion is relevant to students, wherever they are, and challenges them to progress through the discipleship process.

Why come to our Student Ministry?

  • We care about students and what’s going on in their lives.
  • We know students want to be where their friends are; that is why we make this time as fun and relevant as possible. 
  • We use biblical teaching to help students make wise decisions.
  • We help students positively influence their friends.
  • We show students the importance of serving others.

Sunday Nights in the Summer

Throughout the summer, we will meet at the church most Sunday nights at 5pm. We'll play games, enjoy food, hang out, and talk about Jesus. Some week's we'll go off site for unique experiences and events. Get the Sunday Night Schedule Here.

Emerge Serves

Encountering Jesus is all about serving others. Students need to see their own school as a mission field by sharing Christ with their friends. We encourage students to serve in the church in areas such as Children, Ushers, or Tech Team. Many opportunities are provided for youth to serve locally, regionally and globally.

 

Students will not be in youth ministry forever. Our goal is to equip and train them for the next step so they are ready for college or whatever life has for them. As we prepare them for the future, they are encouraged to ask questions and seek answers about their faith.