High School meets from 7:00-8:15 Sunday nights during the school year, in the church youth room.
Sunday School is Sunday mornings at 9:00.
High School students can also join the church family for supper on Wednesday nights, then choose from a variety of learning or service opportunities, like: teaching in Legacy Kids, leading in Middle School youth (for Jrs and Srs), attending one of many adult classes and Bible Studies, serving on the kitchen crew, or using that time for personal homework and reading.
Who are the people you enjoy hanging out with most? Your friends, right? They laugh at your jokes, reply to your
Snapchats, invite you to the movies, and hang out with you, even when you smell bad or show off your terrible dance
moves. And whether you have a huge group of friends or just one BFF, they can have a huge impact on who you are
now and who you become later. But have you ever thought about how you got those friends in the first place? Maybe
their family just happened to move in down the street from yours or you ended up in the same ballet class. Maybe you
randomly sat next to each other in Chemistry or you just happened to play the same sport. While none of those are
bad ways to make friends, it’s strange that we leave such an important part of our lives to chance. Perhaps that’s why the
Bible has so much to say about how we choose and treat our friends. As we look to the Bible for advice about our
friendships, we’ll discover that one of the best things we can do for our crew is to be their friend on purpose.
Check out the Parent Cue with information on this series!