Youth Weekly Activites
Sunday mornings at 9:30 upstairs in the Arnold Ministry Center. Sunday morning is a time for discussion of how students can learn not only about the Lord, but also how they can grow through the application of His Word in their lives. Small group time is the place where students can be a part of a group that will challenge them, pray for them, and hold them accountable. We have great teachers who will teach the Bible and love on teenagers.
FIRST: Student Ministry Weekly Worship
Grades 7-12 will meet at FIRST on the FIRST day of the week in order to put Jesus FIRST in their lives. This new worship experience will encourage our students to begin their week by focusing on their relationship with Savior and urge them to keep Jesus FIRST in their lives throughout the week. Games, food, worship, and Bible study. Check in in the CLC at 5:00. We'll move over to the AMC afterward until 7:00.
Awana Trek & Journey (during the school year)
Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 7:45 starting in the Gym
Trek (7th - 8th Grade) challenges youth to consider their God-given destiny and pursue it by applying the Bible to their lives. Journey (9th - 12th Grade) leads students through an in-depth study of Scripture. This motivates them to view life with God's perspective and to influence others. Students in Trek and Journey join with Roll Call in one unified group to experience games and worship at 6:00 before going to their respective break-out sessions. For more information on how you can be part of one of our Awana clubs, contact Awana Commander Dianne Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the church office at 830-625-9124.
Student Roundtable (during the summer)
Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 7:00 in AMC 224
Student Roundtable is an apologetics discussion time. Biblical truths are presented as answers to current events and other topics in order to challenge our students to embrace a Biblical worldview. Students are encouraged to engage in the conversation by asking questions and expressing any thoughts they may have about the topic. The goal of these discussions is to equip our students to think critically about issues they face as followers of Christ and to answer challenges to their faith with sound doctrine and a firm grasp of Bbiblical truths.