High school students can find help and encouragement during one of the most difficult and challenging seasons of life, including sincere and compassionate care from staff and adult volunteers. High school students experience fun and friendship while focusing on spiritual growth and maturity, and engaging opportunities for service.
LifeGroups meet every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. for large group teaching and small group discussion in Student Center South. Students sit around tables in a small group setting with an adult leader to discuss the message or topic of the day. If you are new and need help connecting with a small group, contact the student offices or come to the welcome desk outside the student centers on Sunday morning and one of our volunteers will help you get connected.
The Mix meets every Wednesday, 7-8:30 p.m. in Student Center South for worship and teaching. This is a relaxed environment with live music, engaging media, and Bible teaching.
Every year several hundred high school students and adults choose to spend their Spring Break on a mission trip. Students in grades 9-11 travel to the Dominican Republic and Seniors travel to Peru, to use various creative methods to share Jesus.
Even during summer break, students will travel around the world to serve others on mission trips. Past trips include Kenya, Ukraine, Jamaica, and Nicaragua.
Other Activities for High Schoolers
Special Needs Wednesday Night Activities
Christmas Candlelight Services
Read Thru the Bible
Joy of Giving
31st Annual Polar Bear Run
Dream Big Dance
Special Needs Christmas Eve Service
Tumbling Private Lessons
Youth Sports Coach Application
Youth Sports Referee Application
Financial Peace for Teens
Middle School MANtreat
Special Needs Ministry Volunteer Application
New Coach Application
Divorce Care for Teens