Whoever you are, wherever you're from, you are welcome here.
We want all of our youth to know Jesus Christ and to find their ultimate joy and satisfaction in Him. We have designed our youth ministry to deepen understanding of the greatness of our God, and to give encouragement in the pursuit of godliness. Check out our activities and events every month.
Youth Services & More
Youth Sunday - Every 4th Sunday
Youth Sundays are a chance for the youth to plan, prepare, and completely lead worship. Yes, the youth sometimes speak too fast, botch a reading, or skip a whole section, but they are up in front being leaders and they get to feel ownership in the church. Most often the Sunday is amazingly rewarding for the youth as well as the congregation.
The Hangout - Every 4th Friday, Saturday or Sunday
The Hangout give youth a time just to hang out and have fun. They are held every 4th weekend on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday evening after youth services. Activities at the Hangout are pretty simple; things like playing youth bowling, movies, arcade, skating, fishing and more. Of course there has to be plenty of food. The Hangout is intended to give youth an opportunity to invite their friends to church as well.
Real Talk Teen Edition- Every 3rd Monday
This small group is intended for teens (Ages 14-19) to provide support, encouragement, and empowerment for one another as we deal with day-to-day issues within ourselves, our families, school, college, the workplace, and in ministry. Teens can relate to one another through safe sharing. In that safe sharing, NO JUDGEMENT-FREE ZONE, you can find other ways to cope by hearing the testimonies of other Teens.
Get Connected. Go Deeper.
Small groups foster close relationships and integral community. The small group atmosphere is ready-made for building friendships. People talk more in small groups of people. People are quick to recognize needs, and help to meet them. The relationships formed within small groups form a strong fabric within a church. Relationships that are formed outside of the (sometimes artificial) setting of a church service, are relationships that will endure and strengthen over time.