Read the Bible together! Students in grades 6-12 are invited to a new opportuntity to connect with each other while reading the Bible together using the YouVersion Bible app.
Ben Soffel leads boys through “Jesus and the Jesus Movement.” In this twenty-three-day plan, you’ll dive into the life of Jesus and the life of his followers through reading Luke and Acts. The Gospel of Luke is an eye-witness account of one of Jesus’ closest followers about his life, death, and resurrection. Acts is the sequel to the book of Luke, and continues the story of Jesus’ impact in the world through his Spirit-empowered followers.
Amy Livingston leads girls through “Grow in Prayer.” Learn more about how to pray, why pray, and the power of prayer. Praying can be hard, making us feel defeated, but instead be challenged to pray more effectively and cultivate your faith. This 10-day plan will encourage you to glean and grow in personal prayer!
Follow the links to read or listen to the Bible passage and devotional then ask questions and share your thoughts using the app.
Outbound Youth challenges students to think deeply, serve enthusiastically and worship authentically.
Outbound Youth resumes weekly fall meetings on Wed., Sept. 23 at the Family Center. Social distancing will be observed and masks/face coverings are required.
During the school year Outbound meets at the Family Center Wednesdays, 6:15-8:15 pm. At our weekly meetings during the school year students in grades 6-12 explore topics relevant to their stage of life, investigating Biblical teaching with their peers and adult leaders. They develop friendships and learn leadership skills in a safe and fun environment as they prepare for life after high school.
Additional events on weekends and during school breaks provide new experiences and opportunities for youth to serve others. Some of our past events have included college visits, laser tag, Sky Zone & Get Air jump parks, and Splash Lagoon. Youth also participate in church work days, VBS, Trunk and Treat and the AWANA Fun Fair.
Parent Consent Forms are required for teens who participate in church youth activities.