Student Ministry (6th-12th Grade)

     


At Antioch, teens are more than just the "church of tomorrow," they are the church of TODAY! Because we believe that with such a passion, we spend a lot of time, energy, and resources helping them become the person that God wants them to be.


Our purpose is to lead teenagers to a life-long, life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.


SUNDAY MORNING


From 9:30-10:15, our middle and high school students meet for Sunday School. 

Look for us in the youth room (old building - enter through the doors facing the 4-way stop).


We believe that in order to launch teenagers into a lifelong, life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ, they need to learn to not only observe, but participate in the church as a whole. One way we do this is by meeting together with the adults and participating in the Sunday morning worship service. Many of our teenagers are involved in various ministries that go on during this time each week.


The teenagers do have a "teen section" at the front left side of the sanctuary. All teenagers are welcome to join us there!


SUNDAY NIGHTS


Our teenagers have a worship service that is designed completely for them! It is called THIRST. We start with snacks and games in the youth room at 5:30 and then begin worship at 6:00. After the service, we break up into age-appropriate small groups. It is within these groups that we connect teenagers with each other as well as other adults so they can "do life together." We finish at 7:30.


WEDNESDAY NIGHTS


On Wednesday nights, the church offers a meal from 5:30-6:30.


From 6:30-7:30, we are teaching teenagers to teach, engaging them in conversations about the culture, 

and discussing how our Biblical beliefs can be applied to that culture. Join us in the youth room!



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Click the play button below to watch an AWESOME video about our ministry that was put together by one of our students!



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