Fellowship Student Ministry is a place where middle and high school students can become disciples of Jesus who love God passionately and others unconditionally. We meet weekly for times of worship, teaching, and community. We also offer student leadership groups, retreats, local and international mission trips, and other community-focused events throughout the year.

If you're new to Fellowship, we'd love for you to contact us so we can help you get plugged in. 

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dnow 2020

The best weekend of the year is back! DNOW is an in-town retreat for middle and high school students. Students attend big group sessions at Fellowship during the day and stay in host homes with their small groups at night. Register below to sign up students to attend and/or as an adult volunteer (help with check-in; at meals; as a host home).

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small groups

A place for students to share their lives and pursue spiritual growth. Community groups are an environment where we move God’s word beyond the presentation and into the hearts and lives of our students. In community, we build lifelong relationships as we walk with students through their spiritual journey with Christ. God is doing incredible things as leaders, both adults and students, are stepping up to fulfill God’s purpose as they dive deep into the lives of our teenagers. Because of the mentoring and discipling, that is taking place in our community groups schools, friends, families, and communities are being exposed to Christ. Students are getting plugged in and lives are being changed! It is in this community atmosphere that true life transformation is taking place. Want to lead a community group? Complete the online application and the Background Check Form. Return the Background Check Form to

high school current series

See No Evil is a three-week series for high school students. Students will learn that the best way to deal with the injustice around them is to recognize it and then do something about it. “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” I Peter 4:10

middle school current series

Look Out is a three-week series all about helping Middle School students recognize and respond to the injustices happening in the world around them and also in themselves. “And why worry about a speck in your friend’s eye when you have a log in your own?” Matthew 7:3

     student missions

An important part of Student Ministry is training students to become disciples of and make disciples for Christ and love others unconditionally through serving them. Student Mission trips are a great introduction to serving others globally. We believe that some of the best discipleship takes place while on a mission as students learn to hear, listen, and obey the voice of God.

2020 MISSION TRIPS 

Guatemala | June 6-13 | $1850/person   learn more

faq

When do you meet?
Our 6th -12th-grade students meet Sundays at 11 am in the Student Center. The Cafe is open from 9-10:45 am.
How can I volunteer?
To volunteer as a Small Group Leader, complete our Leader Application.  For other positions, complete our Volunteer Application. A Ministry Assistant will be in contact with you with more information.

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