YOUTH

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 Middle School Youth

Wednesdays |  6-8 pm | 6th-8th Grade

Meet in the Student Ministry Center (SMC) at 57 E. North St. 

This gathering is both fun and formative. Through games, team-building activities, small group conversation, worship, and Bible study we are seeking to become a community who is growing in our relationship with Christ and with one another. 

 

 

High School Youth

Sundays | 6-8pm | 9th-12th Grade

Meet in the Student Ministry Center (SMC) at 57 E. North St. 

A time for high school students to enjoy being together and to grow in their faith. We play games, eat food, participate in service projects, worship together, and engage with the Bible in ways that are applicable to everyday life as we seek to grow as disciples of Jesus who encourage and support one another in our faith journey.

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Discipleship Groups - Starting October 24

 

Our Sunday Morning Discipleship Groups will be starting on October 24! All of our groups will be meeting at 10am on Sunday mornings. We’ll all be studying and discussing the same lectionary topics.

Early Career & Family: Meeting in the Church Living Room | A group for those who find themselves newly established in their community, career, and/or family.

Established Career & Family: Meeting in the SMC Living Room | A group intended for those further along in their career path, those with high school aged children, and/or “empty nesters”.

Seekers Class: Meeting in the Chapel | This is a great group for those who enjoy a more in-depth group study.

Youth Discipleship: Meeting in the SMC Garage | For students in 7th-12th grade - come join us in the SMC!

Rock City Discipleship: Starting in Room 103 | For students PK-6th Grade. We’ll get together for a hands-on Bible story and activities.

Nursery care is available during the 10am hour too!

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Youth Discipleship Group

Sundays | 10am | 7th-12th Grade

SMC Garage

We meet each week to dig deeper into the sermon through discussion, fellowship, and activities.