Sundays for Youth
Sunday School (Year-Round)
9:45 -10:50 a.m. in the Youth Rooms (Lower Level)
2018-2019 Sunday School Teachers
What We Teach
Fall 2018 and following: D6 Curriculum
D6 Curriculum uses a family theme for each week in a unit. The Element of the Month is based on one of those themes within the same month. That family theme (taken from D6 Curriculum weekly themes in a month) becomes the Element of the Month. Each week there is a new Big Idea of the Week that teaches a different aspect of that Element of the Month.
D6 stays fresh by alternating New Testament, Old Testament, and Special Topic units.
Special Topic units examine cultural issues, universal questions of life, and theological topics. For more specific information, you can view the six-year Scope and Sequence.
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.
2018-2019 Sunday Night Leaders
What We Teach
Winter/Spring 2018 (Middle School): Scary, Gross, & Weird Stories from the Bible
Some of the best stories in the Bible are also some of the most unexpected and unusual... and they're not for the faint of heart. These Bible lessons truly are sick...and totally interesting!
Our middle schoolers will be surprised with the "disgusting" truth! E ach of these 13 lessons focuses on a relevant topic related to a scary, gross or weird Bible story and includes a challenging "Fear Factor"-like activity (like eating daring treats), a fun game, and thought-provoking discussion to uncover life application. This peculiar and profound series will grab everyone's attention!
Winter 2018 (High School): Doubt
Have you ever wondered where God was during some of the tough events in your life? Have you ever experienced a time when God seemed to ignore you? Have you ever felt like your prayers have gone unanswered? Have you ever felt overwhelmed or inadequate because of a task God has prepared for you?
If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you will find yourself in the company of some of the great heroes of the faith. Doubt hits everyone occasionally. Moses, Sarah, Thomas, John the Baptist — they all battled with doubt in some form. However, doubt didn't destroy their faith. Their doubt built their faith. This series will look at what doubt is, the reasons we doubt, and how to successfully deal with doubt to strengthen our faith.
Spring 2018 (High School): Crazy Love
It's crazy, if you think about it. The God of the universe loves us with a radical, unconditional, self-sacrificing love. And what is our typical response? We go to church, sing songs, and try not to cuss. God is calling you to a passionate love relationship with Himself. Because the answer to religious complacency isn't working harder at a list of do's and don'ts—it's falling in love with God.
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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, 8th Grade
~Jacob, 8th Grade