We want teens to know and experience the gospel grace that has the power to change everything. Through biblical teaching presented in a fun, accessible environment, youth have a safe place to discover their God-given identity and learn how to live out gospel grace in their rapidly-changing lives.
But did you know it takes about 50 volunteers each week to make Student Ministries happen? That means 37 D-Group leaders, 6 Sunday School Teachers, and 5 Meal Team members for Sunday nights. Consider what your place might be serving in Student Ministries!
Description: Pick a time that’s best for you and other leaders (many groups meet 5–7pm every other Sunday) to spend quality time with students twice a month eating dinner, playing games, and reading Scripture. Think of D-groups as a Community Group for students that are age- and gender-specific. Outside of the time you spend in D-Group, we hope you will develop long-lasting relationships with 2–3 students through regular (weekly/bi-weekly) discipleship. This can look like time spent via calls, texts, coffee, sports, etc. with the student, alongside intentional discussions about faith.
Description: Rising 7th–12th grade students meet for Sunday School each week at 10:45am in the Multi-Purpose Room, then break out into one of three classes of their choice. Teach a 6–8 week curriculum. Two teachers serve together in one class. We will train you!
For all volunteer roles, please email Director of Student Ministries, Jake Jenkins ([email protected]), for more information.
Director of Student Ministries