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We play games, study Scripture, hang out, go on retreats and mission trips, serve, worship through song, and so much more; all to see students come to know Christ and reach their peers for Christ.
IMPORTANT: Before you can participate in any Youth Ministries activity, you must have a Parental Consent Form filled out!
Want more information?
Contact Brian Boom, the Director of Youth Ministries at firstname.lastname@example.org or 616-669-1213.
7th - 8th Grade
6:30pm - 8:00pm
"New Life" meets at 6:30pm - 8:00pm on Wednesday nights. During this time they play games, worship, and have an interactive lesson. Music, videos, skits, and object lessons are all used to introduce the theme, then the topic is discussed in small groups. We also have monthly activities that include retreats, Craig's Cruisers, Michigan's Adventure and more.
"Turning Point" is open to all high school students. They meet Sunday Nights at 7:15pm. This year they are focusing on how to remain commmitted to Christ in their friendships, at school, at work, at home, and within media.
6th - 12th Grade | Monday Afternoons | 2:30pm - 5:00pm
Underground meets every Monday, when school is in session, from immediately after school until 5:00pm. During this time, participants play games, get help on their homework, hang out, and enjoy a snack.
7th - 12th Grade | Sunday Mornings | 9:50am - 10:40am
7th and 8th graders
Over the course of these two years, students will learn all about the ancestors of our faith as well as the historic Christian faith and theology. This is done through curriculum from Spark House called re:form and re:form Ancestors.
re:form uses hilarious animated short films that frame the theological questions that youth really ask, and Anti-Workbook for studies to engage in the teaching.
re:form Ancestors uses animated films as well to help youth discover similarities between themselves and the many unlikely people selected by God to do extraordinary things.
Students will explore topical studies and books of the Bible through different series. All high school students will meet in the Youth Room to participate in a large group interactive lesson followed by grade based, small group discussion.
The topics covered this year are The Case For Christ, Dateable, Hell, 1 Corinthians and Life After High School.
For more information
Contact Brian Boom, Director of Youth