5:45-7:15 p.m. (during the school year)
  • Students meet together to hang out and catch up with their friends, then in their small groups, they discuss their "highs and lows" of the week, and their prayer requests.  Following our laid back warm-up time, we dive into our discussion-oriented small group Bible study for the week.  Once a month, we have A.C.T.I.O.N. Wednesday.  See more about A.C.T.I.O.N. Wednesday below.
  • Guests are welcome to visit a small group at any time; they don't have to start at the beginning of a series or semester.

Daniel Parker

Youth Minister

Sherry Wyattt

Life Group Leader

Amy Evans

Life Group Leader

What we teach

ReFrame Youth (click for more info)
After having spent several years studying spiritual Milestones through systematic theology, our students, this year, will begin life group studies created specifically for GenZ.  A new, fresh approach to the timeless truths of Scripture and how to apply them in today's world which is different that its ever been!  What can students expect from the group discussions on Wednesday evenings?

  • Holistic & Integrated
    Reaching today’s youth requires us to care about “all the things.” From theology, psychology and philosophy to emotions, thinking and practicality. And beyond!
  • Conversational
    GenZers are ready to talk. While direct instruction has its place in Christian education and in life application, conversation offers a helpful immediate processing of what's been shared in a safe environment.
  • Gospel-Centered
    Transformation requires a Gospel that’s personal, relevant and compelling. Personal — in what it means for individuals. Relevant — in how it matters for today. Compelling — in the way it calls us to action.

"you are never more like
jesus than when you serve."
~Doug fields

A.C.T.I.ON. Wednesdays

A.C.T.I.O.N. is not only what we do, but it stands for "A Call To Invest in Our Neighbors."  During the school year, our small groups alternate between serving in the community and having small group Bible study at the church-- "pouring in" and a "pouring out."  

What would I be doing on an A.C.T.I.O.N. Wednesday?
We sometimes visit the homebound from our own church family.  Other times, we assemble "Manna Bags" full of non-perishable supplies in Ziploc bags to give our church members to offer people in need at stoplights, etc.  We also assemble treat bags for local football teams and seasonal things like candy bags for a Halloween outreach.  Over the years, we've also served alongside organizations like those below (click the name for web link with more information):