SUNDAY MORNINGS

STUDENT MINISTRY

Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights are staples in our Youth Ministry.

 

Sunday School is small groups, where students are broken up into age-related classes. If you are looking to visit, Sunday will be a perfect, easy, place to begin! In these small groups, students grow deeper in their faith, hear great biblical teaching & application, and build relationships with other students their age. 

Wednesday nights are in a fun, large group and provide a great opportunity for students to develop Christian friendships with peers in a relaxed environment.

Middle School Girls

Middle School can be a challenging time in the life of a student.  We provide a class just for girls in 7th and 8th grade to gather and freely discuss the challenges of living out their faith in early teenage years.  Led by Elisha Channell & Beth Jones, the Middle School Girls Sunday School meets on Sunday at 9:00 a.m.

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High School Girls

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This class could be called "friends teaching friends!"  Candy Poole and Sarah Marion lead the High School Girls class on Sundays at 9:00 a.m.  Establishing strong, Christian relationships is critical during the high school years.  This class focuses on deepening individual faith while encouraging a sisterhood of believers to support one another.

Middle & High School Guys

Everett Quinton & Craig White are the dynamic duo who teach the Middle & High School guys class on Sundays at  9:00a.m.  Mature, Christian men investing in the spiritual growth of young, Christian men is a model of what discipleship is all about.  This class has open discussions on everything from biblical truths to how to handle peer pressure.  

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Combined Girls & Guys 

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Joey & Sabrina Benard are seasoned youth workers and lead the combined girls and guys class on Sundays at 10:30 a.m.  This class is open to all students in 7th - 12th Grade.  They follow a curriculum that is designed to enhance biblical knowledge and encourage students to remain firm in their Christian walk.  

 
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