In order to do this, we created a program of four event-types stemming from our Five Core Values. These events are designed to help our students understand their gospel identity, connect in community, grow in their spiritual intimacy, and prioritize God’s mission to reach the nations beginning in their school and extending throughout the world.
Although our ministry plays an important role in helping students grow in their faith, we believe parents are the primary influencers and spiritual trainers of their family. We want to partner with parents and provide the spiritual resources they need to disciple their students well.
Lifegroup is where we help students grow spiritually and connect relationally through God’s Word by utilizing our curriculum, "Explore The Bible". The goal of Lifegroup is to provide a space for the Bible to be taught, community to be built, and spiritual growth to take place.
Hangouts are specifically intended for Lifegroups to have fun together! Hangouts can be as simple as watching a football game or as adventurous as a day at the zoo. The goal of these events is to connect relationally through shared experiences amongst students and leaders.
Outreach events are where we emphasize reaching the lost by providing a fun experience, like a Color War or Blacklight Party. The goal of these events is to create a welcoming environment to draw in the disengaged, share the gospel, and allow students the opportunity to respond.
Parent Gatherings are all about informing parents and equipping them as the primary influencers and trainers of their families. The goal of these nights is to communicate how our ministry desires to walk alongside parents as they develop a family rhythm of discipleship with their students.
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Middle & High School - 12pm on Sundays
9:30AM & 11:00AM on Sunday Mornings in the Student Room at the Lewis Center Campus.
6:00PM - 8:00PM Sunday Evenings in the Student Room at the Lewis Center Campus.