Equipping Students to Multiply
Junior High ICONNECT (Grades 6-8) The Great Room at 9:30am
JHI Students begin iConnect in their pre-assigned Small Groups located in various locations around the Great Room. Following Small Groups students will join together in The Great Room for a time of Worship & Praise and a large group lesson led by our Student Ministry staff.
High School ICONNECT (Grades 9-12) The Hall at 9:30am
After a time of Worship & Praise, the Bible Teacher for this group, Cody Witucki (High School Minister), will teach the assigned scripture. After large group the students will go upstairs to their Small Groups for a discussion led by their small group leader to apply what has been taught to their lives.
If your student is new to the ministry and would like to be placed in a Small Group please contact our assistant Tracy Cox at email@example.com during the week. On Sunday Mornings we ask that all visiting students should report to The Great Room where they can be placed into a Small Group. These groups are important to your students spiritual development and provide opportunities to make our large group small.
Courtyard (All Ages) Parking Lot of The Great Room @ 5:00pm
All students are invited to come hang out and play games in the Courtyard area prior to their service time. The courtyard will remain open until 7:30pm allowing JHI students to hang out after their service until other programming across campus is completed. We ask that students of all age are picked up by 8pm.
Junior High (Grades 6-8) The Hall @ 6:00pm-6:50pm
After a time of activities/games in the courtyard, there will be a time of Worship & Praise. Our Student Ministry staff will lead the service to encourage the students in their walk with the Lord, relationships with each other, and building unity in the group.
High School (Grades 9-12) The Hall @ 7:00pm-7:50pm
After a time of worship & praise, Cody Witucki (High School Minister) will lead the service to encourage students in their walk with the Lord, relationships with each other. Unity in this group and the health of this group is very important to the effectiveness of our Student Ministry.