Jump 6: Grade 6 Youth Group
Jump 6 is the grade 6 youth group that meets twice a month on Mondays from 6:30-8:30pm in West Court. This is a time for youth to come and hang out, play games, and learn about living your life for Jesus. Jump 6 is a safe and open environment in which the students are encouraged to bring their friends to hear God’s word.
Register for Jump 6 by filling out this Student Registration.
Coming Up at Jump 6
Jump 6 returns in the Fall…have a great summer!
Vertical Edge: Grades 7-8 Youth Group
Vertical Edge is for students in grades 7 & 8. The Vertical Edge Youth Nights are Tuesday nights in West Court from 7:00-9:00pm. They are a time when students come together for activities, friends, food, and community with awesome leaders. It is a safe time when you can ask questions about God, life and anything else! It is a time when we worship Our Saviour, Jesus Christ through music, prayer and God’s Word (the Bible).
Register for Vertical Edge by filling out this Student Registration.
Coming up at Vertical Edge:
Vertical Edge returns in the Fall…have a great summer!
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Higher Ground Classes
Higher Ground (grades 6, 7/8) is a time for middle school youth to dig into the Bible; to learn and study God’s Truth. It is an opportunity for students to discuss what it means to have your life anchored in a Biblical worldview. Higher Ground classes take place during the weekend services. Kids worship with their parents in the service and head to the classroom when the sermon begins. Higher Ground meets in the basement classrooms, B02 & B04.
The students receive a weekly take-home handout which will be available in a PDF format at: Higher Ground: Weekend Discipleship Class
Middle School Parents:
Partnering with your church’s youth ministry is a tremendous asset in helping your teenager mature in the Christian faith.
Many adolescents have great difficulty in relating their spiritual life with the other important areas of their life, such as home, school, work, relationships and dating. It seems as if their spiritual life has no bearing on how they live their lives.
A compartmentalization takes place: this is my life at home, this is my life at school, this is my life at church. One of our main tasks as parents should be to help our kids to see that their faith is their life, in its entirety. To follow Christ is to follow Him with every part of our lives.
Your teenager is watching your life! They are looking for how you integrate your faith with real life. What a tremendous opportunity (and responsibility!) we have as parents to help our kids develop a genuine and enduring faith!
~ Jim Burns, HomeWord Center for Youth and Family