Sundays for Youth
Sunday School (Year-Round)
9:45 -10:50 a.m. in the Youth Rooms (Lower Level)
LL01: Fellowship Hall
LL02: Youth Suite 1 (Youth Lounge and Middle School Room)
LL03: Youth Kitchen & Dining Area
LL04: Youth Suite 2 (High School Room)
2019-2020 Sunday School Teachers
What We Teach
2018-2019: D6 Curriculum
2019-2020: The Gospel Project: Chronological
Sunday Night Youth Group (School Year)
5:00-7:00 p.m. (Lower Level)
Our youth (middle school and high school students) enjoy dinner, games, and a worship experience together before separating for Bible study to conclude the evening.
2019-2020 Sunday Night Leaders
What We Teach (Fall 2019)
Both Middle School and High School students will explore the same curriculum in the Fall of 2019, though in separate classes. We will diversify some in 2020, following a conclusive study to wrap them both up in January.
Satan's Favorite Arrows
Over the course of these five powerfully practical discussions, our students will learn about and uncover the most common "arrows" with which Satan attacks humans. They'll learn how to identify what the Enemy is up to and how to effectively defend against those attacks. These conversations will help students see and process what it means to live victoriously against an Enemy who wants to destroy them (1 Peter 5:8).
Salt: Creating Thirst
Everyone is spiritually thirsty, whether they know it or not. Our job is to provide that touch of salt that sparks spiritual dialogue with those who need Jesus... But sometimes one of the hardest things about sharing the gospel is just getting the conversation started. So we created five short, thought-provoking YouTube videos that teenagers can use to relationally engage others in spiritual conversation.
Salt: Creating Thirst prepares and empowers teenagers for authentic, give-and-take spiritual conversations with their friends. In this five-week series, Dare 2 Share’s Greg Stier and Zane Black unpack the following conversation-starting questions:
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"What keeps me coming back to Youth is all the awesome times that we have. I feel welcome there and that I have a purpose. We help out the community to make the world a better place, which makes us better in the end, too."
~Jacob, 9th Grade
~Jacob, 9th Grade