We partner with parents to help young people develop and own their faith in ways that deepen their relationship with Jesus and each other. We know that middle and high school kids value friendships and fun, and that's great! So, those two important realities are foundational to our Christ-centered focus on equipping young people for life.
We pursue these things through weekly worship and Bible study, small groups, retreats, special events, mission trips, and service in our community.
Middle school is an exciting time of transition in a young person's life, but can also mean big changes. Our middle school leaders strive to show how Christ can be a constant in their life even through changes and struggles.
Through both small and large group gatherings and activities, St. Paul middle school youth deepen their knowledge of the Bible and God's love. Helping to build healthy, connected relationships is foundational to all we plan and do.
We partner with parents in all these things so that young people can know Jesus and find their ultimate joy and satisfaction in Him.
What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus who makes disciples wherever you live, work, and play? Well, that question is at the heart of what we're about at St. Paul and is an especially important focus at this critical age. Parenting with parents makes it all possible. Your kids need you and so do we!
As high school students are learning to own their faith and relationship with Jesus, we place a high value on equipping students to take greater steps of faith growth > from disciple to disciple-maker.
We're focusing on faith development that's Christ-centered and grounded in God's Word, and having serious fun along the way!
In all we do, fostering environments that help friendships grow; creating a place of belonging is super important. It's what God intended for us!
- Ignite (High School Group)
- Meets Sunday Mornings (9:30 am) and Wednesday Evenings (6:30 pm) at the DOCK - Jan 7th through May 22nd, 2022 & will resume in Fall of 2022.