Sunday Morning Student Groups

Student Small Groups @ 9:30am & 11:00am

We have two Small Group Hours for Students: 9:30am & 11:00am

Sunday morning small groups are a perfect time for High School and Middle School students to join in group fellowship and conversation as we discuss a number of different topics.

Sunday Morning Curriculum

You don’t need to be reminded of the issues teenagers deal with as they try to live out their faith in a world that’s often opposed to their core beliefs. Navigating these issues can be rough. Teenagers get so many mixed messages; the world says one thing, their friends may say another. And we hope they know enough about their faith to know how to make sense of it all. We hope . . .

The Jesus Studies cut through the confusion, teaching your students a Christ-centered look at the major issues they deal with in their lives.

These are no watered-down, topical Bible studies. This is Jesus weighing in on the very issues your students are confronted with on a daily basis. It’s your students learning to see life through the person of Christ.


The Jesus Studies is a 52 - week curriculum that will cover a variety of topics:

  1. Jesus and Culture
  2. Jesus and Forgiveness
  3. Jesus and Identity
  4. Jesus and Loving Others
  5. Jesus and Mean People
  6. Jesus and Relationships
  7. Jesus and Stress
  8. Jesus and Stuff
  9. Jesus and Tough Times
  10. Jesus and Your Faith
  11. Jesus and Your Future
  12. Jesus and Your Image
  13. Jesus and Your Influence

Current Series

Let’s face it: It can be hard for teenagers to live as Christ-followers in their day-to-day life. And a lot of this has to do with other people’s perceptions of what it means to be a Christian. The world has so much to say about who Christ-followers are, most of it misguided. How can teenagers accurately portray who they are in Christ? According to Jesus, one of the most effective ways can be summed up in one phrase: loving others.

Jesus and Loving Others will help you teach your students that loving others is second only to loving God; that it takes a heart after Christ’s to love those who don’t like us; that Jesus desires for His people to actively show love to the poor and needy; and that as Christ-followers, their very identity is to be defined by their love for others.