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Our youth ministry exists to engage, impact, and equip students in our community for Christ. It is our hope that students fall in love with Jesus and begin to take steps towards owning their faith. Studies show that 9 out of 10 youth walk away from their faith once they graduate high school. We prepare youth to own their faith by teaching them the living, breathing Word of God. Our desire is to impact youth because we believe youth impact families, families impact communities, communities impact cities, and cities can impact the world.


Life Groups meet every Sunday morning at 9:00.  It’s all about relationships, digging deep into God’s Word, and each other’s lives. This is where church starts to feel like family.  Life Groups allow students to build relationships with adults that passionately love Jesus as well as with students who are right where they are in their present day struggles.  Students will be able to learn and understand the Word of God, grow in their faith, and develop friendships with believers their age that will last a life time.  Midweek is a great chance for our middle and high school students to worship with their peers in services that are specifically geared to them. It is a fun time, but most importantly we have the opportunity to worship the living King together. We travel through teaching series together examining what the Bible has to say about life’s tough issues and circumstances we all face. Mid-week worship services are held every Wednesday night for grades 6-8 and 9-12 from 6:30 - 7:45.  Various theme nights and special sermon series are held throughout the year, so check the calendar often.


We have the opportunity to help one Sunday every other month with the Preschool and children's ministries.  There are different opportunities such as running sound and helping during Children’s Worship to being a second hour volunteer in the Preschool.  Interested in helping? Sign up below or let Andrew know.


For more information or general questions you may contact us HERE.

For a list of resources to help you navigate through middle school click HERE.

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Remember when we got notes in our lunch boxes? Why not start that tradition again and offer a daily note to your teen. They can be placed anywhere: a bathroom mirror, under their pillow, a text message, or hand it to them as they walk out the door for school. We will help you get started with a verse and a note of encouragement. Feel free to customize it and make it your own.


Student Minister

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5010 West Union Road | Millington | TN | 38053

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