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Youth Schedule


9:30 a.m.   Sunday School in the Youth Room

10:45 a.m. Morning Worship

6:00 p.m.   Supper, Bible Study, and Games       

Wednesdays (School Year)

6:15 p.m.   Fellowship Meal

6:45 p.m.   Prayer, Devotional, and Games


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Youth Discipleship

Youth Sunday School

On Sunday mornings at 9:30 our talented team of youth teachers, lead Bible study and learn how the Bible intersects with life, using Intersection Bible study curriculum as a guide and occasionally other curriculum resources such as Way to Live: Christian Practices for Teens and other timely topics.

Sunday School Schedule
Sunday School Directory

Youth Group - Sundays, 6:00-8:00

Supper, Bible Study, Games

Youth Deep End Bible Study - Wednesdays, 6:45 p.m. (School Year)

After family supper our youth gather in the youth room for a time of prayer and Bible study.

Youth Activities

Our are engaged in a variety of activities throughout the year such as DiscipleNow Weekend, Youth Passport Camp, Cincinnati Reds Faith Day, Champs Entertainment Center in Lexington, WinterJam, movies, game nights, Christmas shopping trip to the mall, 30 Hour Famine Lock-in, Get Air Trampoline Park, bowling, and more.

Disciple-Now WeekenD

Intense and fun weekend of games, Bible Study, discipleship, music and worship, ministry, fellowship, and food.

Youth Passport Camp

A life changing week of mission education and hands on service, discipleship, Bible study, worship, and community building and beautiful setting.  Youth Passport Camp Website

Winter Jam

Large interdenominational contemporary Christian music event.

Cincinnati Reds Faith Day

Watch a Reds baseball game and stay for player testimonies and contemporary Christian music and worship after.

Youth Rec Room

Hang out and play games in the youth rec room. Includes: pool table, foosball, ping pong, air hockey, pop-a-shot, video games, and more.

Youth Missions

Youth in grades 7-12 are involved in mission trips, camps, projects at various times throughout the year to serve in both a local and global capacity. Operation Christmas Child, 30 Hour Famine, Salvation Army bell ringing, and local service projects, are examples of the kinds of mission activities our youth experience.

Nada Mission Trips

Building relationships with our friends in Nada, in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky we work together, play, drink Ale8One, and host an Education Celebration with games, worship, student and graduate recognition, and the annual Nada Hoops Classic.

World Vision's 30 Hour Famine

A lock-in where the youth fast for 30 hours and take time to learn about the church's response to global poverty and world hunger.


Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes

Youth create special for the shoeboxes and pack boxes children living in poverty around the world.

Salvation Army Bell Ringing

During the Christmas season youth ring the bells to raise money for Salvation Army.

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