Living hope student ministries exists to help 7-12 students, their parents, and their volunteer leaders follow Jesus, become like jesus, and engage in the mission of Jesus.
For a detailed description of Student Ministries mission, vision, and strategy click here.
Parental "Need To Know"
As a way for us to help serve your student better, would you please take a moment and register your student here? This helps us as a ministry be aware of any medical conditions or other information that your child may have.
Each week, our ministry consumes a large amount of snacks! We love being able to serve our students in this way. As a way for you to invest in the ministry, we ask that parents donate $40 per child to help cover these costs. If you would rather drop off your own snacks, please contact me before you do so as we have requirements on what we can and cannot serve. You can drop off checks made out to "Living Hope" to the church office. Be sure to inform our helpful office staff what the check is for!
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS (Sept - May)
7-8 GRADE (6:30-8 PM) | Room 205
SR HIGH (7-9 PM) | Student Center
We are starting a new series called "Kingdom: The Counter Cultural Way of Christ." We will be exploring the teachings of Jesus and how faith in Him turns our world upside down. As a reminder here is our schedule:
- Jr. High: 6:30-8:00pm
- Sr. High: 7:00pm-9:00pm
Each week your student can expect teaching, small group time, hang-out time, and a fun atmosphere to connect.
SUNDAY SCHOOL (Sept - May)
THE GOSPEL PROJECT
9-12 GRADE SUNDAY SCHOOL
10:30 AM | Student Center
A Christ-centered, chronological study that will take your student on a journey through the storyline of Scripture to discover the big picture of what God has been doing throughout redemptive history, and what it means for them.
7-8 Grade Sunday School
10:30 am | Room 205
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