Sunday Morning Schedule
11 a.m. in the Student Ministry Worship Room
We want our middle and high school students to love, worship, and enjoy God through a personal, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. Our desire is to make disciples by meeting students where they are on their spiritual journey, introducing them to God’s Word, and preparing them to serve wherever they go. We provide small groups with leaders who help students feel connected to Christ and community, a Sunday morning worship service to help them grow, and many opportunities for them to serve. For more information, please contact .
June 28, July 5, 12, 19, and 26
Middle school: Woodward Hall
High School: Student Ministry Worship Room
Do you know middle and high school students looking to stay "plugged-in" this summer? Invite them to join us for games, Bible study, and community!
Contact: Madeline Duke, , 941-1564
in the student ministry worship room
We offer a special service just for students. Each week, students will experience great music, a place to explore a relationship with God, relatable messages, relationships with peers, and adults who will care for them.
Click below to listen to the Student Ministry Sunday Sermons:
Student Ministry Parent Resources
We are so excited that you are involved in your student's spiritual life, and we hope to provide you with quality resources to help you continue your student's spiritual growth outside of Sunday mornings.
Click below to visit our Student Ministry Parent Resources webpage:
We believe mission trips are a vital part of a student’s spiritual growth. We offer various opportunities for students of all ages to have this experience. To see details and to find forms, go to our Mission Trips page.
Please join us on Sunday, August 6 at 9 or 11 a.m. for SM Missions Sunday! This will be a special Chapel Family Worship where we will celebrate all that Jesus will do in the lives of our students over these mission trips. Come hear the reports, testimonies, and watch highlight videos from this summer's mission trips.