Mission Students: Our goal is to challenge and impact a student’s faith in real and meaningful ways. We strive to give students practical and tangible ways to put their faith in action, as we believe that students aren’t the church of the future, they are the church today. We also aim to partner with parents; our small group leaders roll is to disciple students and support parents. Together we can impact students and bring them to a real faith in Christ.
Who We Are: The Student Ministry of Mission Church. We are open to 6th – 12th grade teenagers. We offer specific times for Middle School and High School Students to meet, as well as break down further into grade specific small groups. We have trips and events for both Middle School and High School, as well as for our Student Ministry as a whole. Our purpose in all our small groups, trips and events are to help students, grow closer in relationships with parents, develop stronger relationships with each other and their leaders and help put their faith into action, and grow deeper in their faith.
You know that feeling you get when someone makes you a big promise? You probably feel excited, but you might feel a little skeptical too — especially when that promise gets delayed . . . and delayed again . . . and again. If you have to wait long enough for something you were promised, you might start to wonder when you've waited long enough. Eventually, you might even give up hope. In this 4-week series, we'll meet a handful of people from Scripture who each spent a long time waiting on God. From the stories of Abraham and Sarah, Paul and Silas, King David, and Joseph, we'll discover that God has a plan, but we might have to wait for it, and we'll be reminded that, while we're waiting, God is faithful, God is listening, and we should never give up, because God’s not giving up on us.
Covid Health and Safety
We will have a few new safety procedures in place and a new drop off/pick up line for our Middle School Group on Wednesday Nights. You can read about all of these new safety protocols below and in the email that went out! Please be sure to check over all of these details as you plan your students return.
Wednesday Drop Off/Pick Up
Disctance Seating in Student Worship Space
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We are Mission Students!
Who does the world say you are? Does it say you're too young? Naive? Entitled? Anxious? Selfish? Fearful? Too sensitive? Addicted? Not good, cool, attractive, or talented enough? Those might be some of the messages you're hearing, but you know better, don't you? Because that's not what your Creator says about you. God says you're a hero in the making — someone whose whole self is needed to bring about a world- changing movement. At camp we'll discover how we can bring all we are (our faith, skepticism, talents, humor, mistakes, history, big questions, and all) to join God's movement to change the world. Together, we'll see that we're invited to join God's beautiful rebellion — a rebellion that begins when you encounter Jesus, that's powered by dangerously good news, and that can change the world.
2021 Graduation Service
We are so excited to celebrate with our 2021 High School Graduates! We will be recognizing our 2021 High School Graduates on Sunday morning, May 23rd during both our 9:00am and 10:30am worship services.
We will recognize them at the end of the 9:00am service and beginning of the 10:30am service.
Sunday evening, May 23rd, at 6:00pm our High School leaders and Family Pastor will take the High School graduates out to dinner, our treat, to celebrate with them and remember fun times during their student ministry career.
We hope that you and your graduate can be apart of this exciting day! Registration will close on Monday May 17th, 2021
Contact our Minister to Student’s & Families:
6:30pm – 8:00pm
Mission Middle School: this is our weekly time for Middle School students grades 6th – 8th. We meet together for snacks, hangout, games, lessons and then break into individual grade specific small groups.
6:30pm – 8:00pm
Mission High School, this is our weekly meeting for all students 9th – 12th grade. We meet in the student’s room to hang out, play games, and have our discussion, as well as have scheduled times to meet in homes for dinner and discussions.
So you’re the parent of a teenager, huh? Congratulations! You have one of the most important (and sometimes the most difficult) jobs on the planet.
We know your job isn’t always easy, but here’s what we want you to know: we’re here to help, in any way we can. Sure, we’re a “youth” ministry, but teenagers aren’t the only people we care about. We care about you too.
No matter how connected (or not connected) you are with our church, our Students and Family Pastor and our leaders are here to care for your kid and you and serve your family any way we can!
Thanks for letting us be another voice in the life of your teenager. Your trust and partnership means a lot to us.
Mission Students is an awesome group to be a part of! There are a lot of opportunities to get involved, make new friends, grow deeper in your faith, and learn more about being a Jesus follower. We go on a lot of trips, some fun, some to serve, we have Mission Trip opportunities, Summer Camp, as well as worship concerts! We have small groups specific to your grade, so that you have adults and peers you hang out with weekly to help travers some of life’s challenges and discover ways to grow deeper in your faith.