Our middle school (6th–8th grade) and high school (9th–12th grade) students have lots of questions about their identity, belonging, and purpose, and the Student Ministry seeks to answer these questions with biblical teaching.
Our hope is that students would have a firm understanding of their identity in Jesus Christ. We desire for each student to know that they are created in God’s image and have inherent dignity, value, and worth. Even more, we desire our students to know the riches of an identity founded on being a beloved child of God.
Our hope is that students would know the importance of belonging to a community that follows and glorifies Jesus Christ. We desire to foster intentional small group, large group, and event settings for our students to feel connected and valued.
Our hope is that students would know their purpose as disciples of Jesus Christ. We desire for our students to know God’s story and see themselves as a part of what God is doing in the world. The gospel doesn’t just save our students from something—it calls them into something!
Greet and check in students, place them in groups. Help with set up and tear down.
Encourage, mentor and support small group leaders. Meet with them once a month, and stay in contact during the week by phone, text or email.
Lead small group and disciple students. Form relationship with family.
Adult who will lead in age/gender small group of high school students at our Wednesday night program and throughout the week.
High School Minister
Minister, Family Director
Student Ministry Assistant
Middle School Minister
Middle School Associate Minister
Minister, Senior Director, Next Gen Ministries
High School Associate Minister
Executive Director, Family and Next Gen Ministries