Wednesday Nights for Youth
(During School Year)
5:45-7:15 p.m. during school year
Students meet together to hang out and catch up with their friends, then in their small groups, they discuss their "highs and lows" of the week and prayer requests. We will continue with Small Groups this school year, utilizing the safety procedures outlined on this page. Guests are welcome to visit a small group and don't have to start at the beginning.
Small Group Leaders
What We Teach: Milestones (2020-2023)
As students enter the teen years, they move toward a deeper understanding of foundational spiritual truths. Milestones will lead students through 10 core biblical concept areas over the course of one year, offering explanations and opportunities for exploration of the following core truths of Christianity:
A Call To Invest in Our Neighbors
Below is how A.C.T.I.O.N. Wednesdays typically look on a given school year. Due to limitations with travel and the availability of our community partners while COVID restrictions remain, our A.C.T.I.O.N. Wednesdays will look a little different this year. See below for the heart behind A.C.T.I.O.N. Wednesdays and keep checking back for updates.
During the school year, our small groups alternate between serving in the community and having small group Bible study at the church. On a given Wednesday night, it's likely that one or more of the small groups will be away from the church while another is at church learning, discussing, and praying together. The next week, the groups trade off. This gives life to balanced approach we enjoy at First Baptist Student Ministries. We sometimes serve some shut-ins from our own church family. Other times, we serve organizations like:
"You are never more like Jesus than when you serve."
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"I keep coming back to FBCK youth group because they make it fun to come. We have a mix of fun and serious activities. All of the people in youth group care for each other and you know they have your back and they're there if you need them."
~Tali, 12th Grade
~Tali, 12th Grade