Students experiencing God - that's what drives our ministry. It's not enough to give students facts about the Bible or even about God. Leading them to a place where they experience Him and are transformed is our heart's desire. Each year our youth ministry is reaching out to hundreds of students through our youth worship service, lift ministry, lock-ins, camps and other events!
God calls us to worship (Hebrews 10:25). We do that when we gather as a youth group for corporate worship. Our gatherings (or "Services") are times when we proclaim the greatness of God, sing songs of redemption, and learn more of God's Word. These services are important to the life of our youth, giving us an opportunity to come together and let our praise resound from overflowing hearts. We do not come to sit and be spectators. We come to offer our best praise and thanksgiving to God, who is worthy of our highest praise.
Connection Groups are the heart of who we are as a church. Looking to make some friends and discover more of what it means to follow Christ? Step into a Connection Group and discover a place where you can share your struggles as you pursue Christ together.
Throughout the life and teachings of Jesus, He is telling His disciples the importance to tell of God the Father to people who are unaware. Jesus commanded His followers to "go and make disciples of all nations." Missions are one of the closest things to the heart of our God. Why is it so important to God? Because there are people, villages, cities, tribes, and nations who are not believing in Jesus. I want to invite you to pray about participating in a mission trip this upcoming year. Join in to see how God is going to use our church to reach our world! So the Nations will worship Him!
Spring Campus: Sunday 5:15 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Magnolia Campus: Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Youth Small Groups:
Spring Campus: Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Morning Times:
On Sunday Mornings at each Campus, our Youth grades 7th - 12th join us in our Main Worship Service.
Magnolia: 9:00 a.m. | Spring: 10:45 a.m.