From Darkness to Light l 1 Peter 2:9
Student ministry is definitely one of the most important ministries that is offered at Grove Hill. The reality is that often times, a student will graduate from high school and be sent into a world with a misunderstood sense of freedom. Youth ministry is the last line of defense before adulthood catapults them into a culture that nearly demands behavior that is not Christ-like. So, that begs the question: How do we approach this reality?
For student ministry, we strive to equip our teens to be a light in this world. We want our students seeking God’s will for their lives both now, and when they enter the next phase of life. We believe that through constant teaching of the Bible, our students will not only learn what the scriptures have to say, but why it is important for their lives.
Whatever the case may be, we are looking for leaders that can shepherd our teens into being responsible and caring adults who are obedient to the call that Christ has over their lives.
Youth Group - Wednesdays @ 6:30 PM
Bible Study - Sundays @ 9:15 AM & 10:30 AM
Relational Teachers. Gospel Focused.
Sundays are a time for us to dig deeper look in scripture. Even though we dig deep in the Word, we also take time to have authentic conversations and answer questions that most teens are asking in their daily lives. Simply put, we strive to prepare our teens to deepen their relationship with the real God as they walk in the real world. We meet twice on Sunday mornings to give a little bit of freedom to families that desire to worship together. We’d love to have you, and each new guest gets to walk away with a gift from us!
May 29- Guys Camp Out
June 12- Movie Night
June 21-25- Summer Camp
July 10- Water Balloon War/Outdoor Games
July 12-16- VBS (Student Service Opportunity)
July 17- VBS Hang Out (Grill out Celebration)
July 31- Yuck Olympics
Get Plugged In!
There is always a need to serve in Student Ministry. We are looking for leaders that are able to specifically connect with our teens. Our teens are looking for relationships. They want someone to look up to and someone they can seek guidance from. Some may be looking for an older sibling while others may be looking for someone to fill the role of a parent. Whatever the case may be, we are looking for leaders that can shepherd our teens into being responsible and caring adults. Here are some of the ways you can serve:
- Bible Study Teachers
- Wednesday Night Teachers
- Event Chaperones
- Discipleship Mentors
- Host Homes