WHO WE ARE
We long to see the next generation transformed by the love of Jesus and compelled to go to the nations to wash every tribe, nation, and tongue in the surpassing treasure of Jesus' love.
We choose to know students' names and stories. We choose to love students enough to meet them where they are, but not leave them where they're at. We choose to send students into their spheres of influence equipped to be winsome ambassadors of Christ.
Through age-specific small groups, large group gatherings, and developing peer relationships, we're raising up the next generation of students to be disciples of Jesus.
COME HANG OUT
SUNDAYS | 9-10:15AM
On Sundays, we guide students on how to leverage their lives for the gospel through groups that deepen friendships and faith.
WEDNESDAYS | 6:30-8PM
On Wednesdays, we aim to equip students to live the faith through a shared meal, prayer, biblical teaching, worship, and games.
WHY STUDENT MINISTRY MATTERS
In every great gospel movement in history, young people were at the forefront. Knowing that there is an opportunity to disciple the next generation for kingdom advancement, our goal is to create a growing community of students who respond in faith and repentance to the gospel message, so that they can be sent out to take the gospel to their schools, their friend groups, their sports teams…and one day, to the ends of the earth.
GOSPEL-CENTERED TEACHING & WORSHIP
We only have one message – Jesus. We are not there to preach good behavior or good advice. We are here to be a place where students can explore their faith and be a generation on fire for the mission of the gospel. We create intentional times of worship, prayer, and teaching where students can learn more about who Jesus is and have their hearts transformed by what He wants to do in their lives.
We believe that God will use the words and songs from corporate worship to start meaningful conversations among our students, and we want to provide a place to facilitate these conversations. Small groups are where this happens. Students gather in circles led by dedicated volunteers to talk about faith, worship, and discipleship habits to form well-rounded followers of Christ in some of the most pivotal years of life.