Middle school thru college is an integral time in a young persons life. It’s during this season they are discovering who they are and defining their faith. Our youth ministry and young adult ministry strives to offer a creative and relevant environment where students can connect with each other and grow in their relationship with Christ. Every Wednesday night students meet here on our church campus and connect with friends, grow in their relationship with Christ and enjoy powerful worship.

Student Ministry Environments

We are a united group of students who believe in the power of a relationship with God and with each other. We are all about Loving God and Loving People. We have exciting worship, enjoy a message that applies to where you are in life and take time each week to build lasting relationships. We also have some of the most amazing leaders that care about who you are and what’s going on in your life. They will take time to connect you with other students and find out how to serve you and your family. Look for our Pastors at the Jr. High & High School throughout the week!

When and Where We Meet
Wednesdays @ 7 p.m. – ORC Chapel, Room 303
Sundays @ 9.45 a.m. – Small Group Class, Elevate Room (Main Bldg.)

   

Elevate students join the adult 10:45am service on Sundays and then are dismissed during the video announcements.  Elevate meets every Sunday after the adult worship (usually around 11:15am) in the Multi-Purpose room in the Main Building.  Elevate services are specifically planned for kids in 5th & 6th grades.  These students have their own arcade, photo booth, and games made just for them.

 

Bridgebuilders is a ministry to males and females of all ages with physical or mental disabilities, and their families. We recognize the challenges that these families face and want to provide a ministry that is sensitive to their situations.

Do the Bridgebuilders meet regularly?
We have a get together on the second Saturday of every month from 6:00pm. This is to give the parents a few hours to go out to dinner or watch a movie and have a safe place to bring their son or daughter. We see this as an opportunity to minister to the boys and girls. It gives them a place to come hang out where they don’t have to feel like they have a babysitter because some of these “kids” are grown. These Saturday gatherings include activities such as dinner, a devotional time, playing a game, and also a craft that reinforces the devotion.

We also provide a Wednesday night class after adult praise and worship.
Contact Dianna Smith for more information