High School

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High School

A weekly rhythm is important for high school students to keep Jesus in the center of their lives. Our three weekly connection points are designed to help our students, wherever they are at with their faith, to live a life where they worship, grow, and serve as followers of Jesus Christ.

To make a general donation, click the button and use 'DR' for the first name and 'Donation' for the last name.

 

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    Koinonia
    Sunday Night Program

    Sundays 7:00 – 8:45pm (Sept – May)
    Student Center One

    Our weekly large group gathering is divided into two chapters:

    Large Group 

    [7:00‐8:00 pm] is where we gather for worship, an interactive message, and fellowship. We work through our yearly curriculum focusing on placing Jesus at the center of our relationship with God, our self, others, and our world.

    Small Groups

    [8:00‐8:45 pm] is where we process what we have experienced in Large Group. With Bibles and a Talksheet, alongside same grade/same gender small group members, under the guidance of an adult leader, we seek to make a large group feel small as we develop and deepen our relationship with God and one another. Our small groups provide each student with a groups of friends who can encourage, challenge, and keep them accountable on the journey of discipleship.

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    Class of 2018 Graduation Banquet
    Wednesday, May 23 | 6:30 - 9:00pm

    Graduation Banquet

    Wednesday, May 23rd | 6:30 - 9:00pm

    The Graduation Banquet is an annual celebration for the parents and students of our senior class as they come to the close of their high school career. We will share a meal together and individually celebrate each of our seniors and usher them into the next steps of their journey!

     

     

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    Roca y Agua | June 10 - 15
    High School Camp | Grades 9 - 12

    Roca y Agua
    June 10 - 15 | Bull Shoals Lake, AR


    Roca y Agua is our annual summer adventure trip! Join us as we spend the week in houseboats on Bull Shoals Lake, AR, filling each day with skiing, tubing, swimming, cliff jumping, and spending quality time with friends. Each day also includes amazing worship, relevant biblical teaching, and meaningful boat-group conversations. You won’t want to miss this week!

    $495 Early Bird (Feb 3 - March 4)

    $550 Regular Registration (March 4 - May 31)

    $595 Late Registration (June 1 - June 10)

     

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    West Virginia Mission Trip | July 21 - 28
    High School Mission Trip | Grades 9 - 10

    West Virginia Mission Trip
    July 21 - 28 | Weston, West Virginia


    Rural West Virginia is one of the poorest regions of the United States.  Many families live in homes that do not meet their basic needs or provide a safe environment to raise their children.  Our incoming 9th and 10th grade students will be partnering with World Vision and local contractors to help renovate and rehabilitate four homes in the Appalachian mountains.  Join us for this once in a life time opportunity to serve the people of West Virginia!
     

     

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    Dominican Republic Mission Trip | July 21 - 28
    High School Mission Trip | Grades 11 - 12

    Dominican Republic Mission Trip
    July 21 - 28 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic


    The Dominican Republic Mission Trip is an opportunity for our junior and senior classes to serve others and experience God in an international setting. We are so excited to be partnering with three churches in Santo Domingo as they pour out the love of God in ministry to their communities. Serve opportunities for our teams in the DR will range from construction, to homeless outreach, to VBS camps with kids! We would love to have you on the team!

    To make a general donation, click the button and use 'DR' for the first name and 'Donation' for the last name.

     
     

     

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    Mosaic Community
    Wednesday Night Leadership Group

    Wednesdays Mid August-May | 7:00-8:30 pm | Mosaic Room

    Mosaic provides an opportunity for our committed students to develop and grow as student leaders. Mosaic is a leadership community of broken tiles (adult leaders and students) who desire to serve out of how they are wired. Whether students feel most alive connecting to God and His people with their hands, heart, soul, or mind, Mosaic has a “leadership tile” for them.

    Our weekly gatherings are divided into two chapters:

    1. Mosaic Community | 7:00‐7:45 pm
      Students gather for a spiritual exercise, leadership training, and collaboration in the designing, developing and ownership of our ministry.
    2. Tile Time | 7:45-8:30 pm
      This is where students collaborate within the specific tasks connected to their tile to design, develop, and own the various aspects of the entire High School Ministry. Each tile has an adult volunteer leader who is wired just like the students in his/her tile, creating a multi‐generational approach to leadership development.
       

     

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    Contemporary or Classic Worship
    Worship With Us!

    Sundays 10:45 am (year round)

    This worship service has become a place where many of our students effectively connect to God and His People. We meet in Fellowship Hall for contemporary style worship and the Sanctuary for classic. Our hope is that our students will enter into a weekly rhythm of corporate worship — at 10:45 am or at one of our other worship services.