We exist to help teens experience a relationship with Jesus Christ. There are many different ways we accomplish this, but we use mainly two:


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Our approach to ministry is to give students the freedom to experience what we hear from the word of God. We hope to help each person develop an all-encompassing view of what it means to be a follower of Christ. There will be elements of fellowship, worship, prayer, service, study and challenge. We are helping develop DOERS of the WORD!

Sometimes we meet as one big group, other times we split up by grades. Throughout the year, we may take an evening and do a service project together, do an art project together or more. Come ready to enjoy time with friends and most importantly, Jesus.


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We can study the Bible everyday. We can attend church each Sunday. We can talk about Jesus to our neighbors. We can serve in his name. We can do Christianity until we’re blue in the face, but it is all meaningless unless we KNOW the ONE we do it for.

This year, our theme is CREATED to WORSHIP. Our hope and intent is to KNOW the ONE who made us, who reigns, and has brought us salvation.

There will be several ways we’re hoping to accomplish the goal of helping our students KNOW WHO God is. Teaching, Music, Art, Service Projects, etc.  Each week will consist of these different approaches and methods of worship. Hopefully, each student will find at least one or two of these ways to worship the Lord God Almighty.

Throughout the year, we'll be focusing on these specific characteristics of God:

  • The One True God (September)
  • The God of Order (October)
  • The God of Festivals (November)
  • The God Who is With Us (December)
  • The God Who is Good (January)
  • The God of Love (February)
  • The Sovereign God (March)
  • The Holy God (April)
  • The God Worthy of Praise (May)


As our attention is being turned to worship, we're also spending time developing our youth band! At this time we're scheduling practices with individual groups of instruments, before we start practicing together as a whole band. Check out the schedule to see when you are supposed to play!


Church Visit Experience

In Revelation 7, John shares an image of what it looks like around God’s throne. This is what it says:

Rev 7:9-10 NIV

9 After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in their hands. 10 And they cried out in a loud voice: "Salvation belongs to our God, who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb."

Once a month, we’re going to travel to a different church to experience worship through the lens of a different culture, denomination, etc. We desire to have our students see a glimpse into the beautiful image of the several different tribes and nations that will be surrounding God’s throne, and how in all the languages of people, they’ll proclaim “Salvation belongs to our God, who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb.”


Currently there is nothing on the schedule...