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
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 (Winter/Spring 2020)
This series focuses on several passages of the Bible that help us understand how God wants us to choose what we do, and how trying to do everything and please everyone can be a sinful snare.
All Choked Up: Busyness keeps us from growing in Christ (Luke 8:4-15)
Sit Down: Taking time to be with Jesus (Luke 10:38-42)
Yes Way: Making the right promises to keep (Matthew 5:37)
Brain Scrub! Living in God’s will changes our thinking (Ephesians 5:8-21)
Jesus said, “As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.” ~John 20:21Throughout His public life and ministry, Jesus lived out a continuous pattern of “Prayer, Care and Share” in His interactions with those He was trying to reach. He often went off to be alone and spend time in Prayer. His Care for the needs of those He encountered—helping and healing their physical, emotional and relational needs—fill the Gospels. His Prayer and Care for people laid a foundation that helped them open up so that He could more effectively Share His message. At Dare 2 Share, we refer to this “Prayer, Care, Share” approach as “The Cause Circle.”
Using Luke 5:15-26, Full Circle unpacks “The Cause Circle” and motivates and mobilizes students to be more intentional about sharing their faith in their circles of influence. Across the four lessons, Full Circle explores insights and practical tools to help your students incorporate Jesus’ “Prayer, Care, Share” approach into their own lives.
Sticky Faith (High School only)
Churches are waking up to the reality that almost half of their high school students struggle deeply with their faith in college. Offering special high school "Senior Seminars" or giving seniors a graduation Bible and hoping for the best are too little, too late. In response to this problem, the Fuller Youth Institute conducted a national study to answer the question: What can youth workers do to help students develop a lasting faith in God? By following high school seniors into their first three years of college to gain an understanding of the transition from high school to college, they found their answers. And Sticky Faith Curriculum for Teenagers enables youth leaders to impact to their students with a faith that sticks. This series is designed to help high school students develop a solid foundation that endures through the faith struggles they will face in college.
Accepted (Middle School only)
We are born with a desire to be accepted. No one likes to feel rejected, unwanted, or like there is something wrong with them. When we know how much God loves us it encourages us to extend that same love and grace to those around us.
Week 1: From Rejected to Accepted
Bible: Luke 7:35-38
Bottom Line: God sees beyond the surface to who we really are – and He loves us.
Week 2: Looking for Acceptance
Bible: 1 John 4:16
Bottom Line: God accepts us even when we don’t feel like anyone else does. He loves us too much to allow us to remain unchanged.
Week 3: Accept Yourself
Bible: Proverbs 18:21
Bottom Line: It is impossible to accept others until you accept yourself.
Week 4: Accept Each Other
Bible: Romans 14:1
Bottom Line: It’s not our job to change people. Look for opportunities to extend God’s love and pray for others.
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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