We strive to develope a partnership with parents and providing a good environment of teaching, fellowship, and discipleship in which our students can participate.


Our Philosophy:


We do not think of our youth and children’s ministry as having a separate existence apart from the rest of the church. We want to make sure that all who attend from the youngest child to the oldest adult senses that they are a part of a larger connected family. However, we do recognize the social need and educational advantages of providing gospel opportunities that recognize the intellectual and social development of people at various stages of life. This is primarily accomplished through our Sunday School Share Groups. We believe that the most important thing in student ministries is presenting the Gospel in a comprehensive way, with the aim of seeing our students become a living display of the Gospel, for their own enjoyment and for the glory of God.


Elementary Students:


We have age graded Sunday School Share Groups for all of our students beginning at 9:15 a.m. every Sunday morning. This Bible teaching time is focused on Christ as he has revealed himself in his Word. Our teachers are trained to be Christ-centered and student oriented as they bring the world of the Bible and the world in which students live together each week. The emphasis is on knowing Christ and applying his word to our daily lives. Most of our teachers have had years of teaching experience in school or church settings. During our Sunday morning Worship service we encourage younger children ages 4 and up to remain with their parents during the Worship & preaching time. We bave special sermon note sheets to help them stay engaged during this time. 

Middle-School/High-School Students:


We have a combined student SS Share Group with middle-school and high-school each Sunday morning. We believe it is vital that our students be prepared to face the challenges of a secular culture that question the principles and values of the Christian life. Our desire is to equip students to develop a vital relationship with Jesus Christ and to give them a solid grounding in Christian doctrine, ethics and Biblical content. We seek to do this through an interactive teaching style with a focus on relationships among the students as well as their participation in the larger body of Christ. During our Sunday morning Worship service students in grades 5th – 12th remain in the worship center to hear God’s word proclaimed during our preaching time.




Each Wednesday evening at 7PM we have a student discipleship group that meets to discuss a biblical book study. We are currently working through the 9 Marks Building Healthy Church series. Each student is encouraged to read a chapter each week and come prepared to enter into discussion about the chapter. We also use this time to pray, encourage, and be accountable to one another.