Teens need to have a place to belong. To grow in their faith, build relationships, and connect with God.
We designed our Students program for Middle & High School Students (6th-12th grade) to do just that. Check out the ways you can keep your Students connected.

student Night

May 12 & 26

May 26 is Neon Night! Wear your neon swag and engage in our glow-in-the-dark games & worship.

All students are invited to join us on Wednesday, May 12 & 26 from 7-8:30p for engaging, youth-led worship, relevant teaching, and time to hang out with friends. Safety protocols are in place to ensure your teens are safe. We will meet in the worship center to allow for social distancing.
Interested in helping with tech/production or joining the student band please email Ben at [email protected].

Student Night FAQs

What happens at Student Night?

We start our time together hanging out and playing games, then we move into the worship center for student-led worship and a message. After that, we break off into age-appropriate small groups where students can connect with one another and discuss the topic of the week.

Does my student have to wear a mask?

Yes. We require all students and leaders to wear a mask throughout the entire evening.

Can my student bring a friend?

Absolutely! We love to see students bring their friends and we encourage it.

What if my student doesn't know anyone?

If you don’t know any other student then that is all the more reason to come. You can also have your student bring a friend if that makes them feel more comfortable.

What are small groups like?

Small groups are mostly separated by age and gender. In these groups, students will be able to build relationships with other students and leaders while sharing about themselves and discuss the lesson from that night.

What about the weeks there is no Student Night?

Each of our small groups also meets on the weeks when we do not have a Student Night. Our hope is that every one of our students and their friends have a safe place to build relationships in our small groups.

first communion & confirmation program

Your Student’s Next Faith Steps

First Communion and Confirmation are two important stepping stones in a Student’s faith walk. Students start the program with First Communion where they receive instruction on what communion is and how it relates to their faith life. Confirmation is the second step students take where they learn to own their faith.
This two-year program typically takes place in 7th & 8th grade.
To learn more or sign your Student up for the program, email our Student Director, Ben Marsh.
Email Ben