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!
7th - 8th Grade | Sunday | 5:30p - 7:00p
"New Life" meets from 5:30p - 7:00p on Sunday nights between Labor Day and Mother's Day. During this time, they play games, work together through teamwork initiatives, and have an interactive lesson. Music, videos, skits, and object lessons are all used to introduce the theme, and then the topic is discussed and applied in small groups. We also have monthly activities that include retreats, Craig's Cruisers, Michigan's Adventure, Summer Camp and more.
High School | Sunday | 7:30P - 9:00p
"Turning Point" is open to all high school students. They meet in the Youth Room on Sunday nights from 7:30-9:00pm between Labor Day and Mother's Day. During this time, you'll experience worship through song, an interactive lesson on the Truth of God's Word, an opportunity to laugh and get to know one another through mixers or up-front games, and application of the teaching in small group discussions. In addition, there are monthly opportunities that include mission trips, service projects, leadership initiatives, and fun group activities.
7th - 12th Grade | Sunday | 9:50a - 10:40a
7th and 8th Grade Students
Throughout these two years of Sunday School, students will learn about all 66 books of the Bible. In doing so, we aim to open their hearts and minds to parts of the Bible that intimidated them before. Young people will discover the beauty and relevancy of Scripture, see the bigger picture of God's story and gain appreciation for His redemption plan through Jesus. Seventh grade is divided into two classes meeting in Room 002 and Room 004. Eighth grade meets together in Room 001.
High School Students
All high school students will meet in the Youth Room for breakfast from 9:45-10:00am. Following breakfast, a large group lesson will be taught by one of your peers. Then discussion and application will occur in small groups.
Teenagers will discover how to experience hope in the middle of tough times, how God deeply and passionately loves them, how to build an authentic friendship with Jesus, and how they were created to lead a life of impact in this world and for eternity.