Impact Student Ministry
Changed by God, Changing the World
IMPACT is middle and high school students 6th-12th grade who love Jesus and express His love to others. We are students who want to make a difference in our homes, schools, neighborhoods, and world as we love, live and lead like Christ.
We offer classes, programs, events and retreats for students and their friends. See below for all the details.
To see details for youth classes, programs and events on the church calendar, click the calendar image.
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The IMPACT Newsletter is intended to be a resource for students and parents to see weekly topics, verses and follow-up action items, youth events and ministry news. This newsletter is mailed to families homes each month. You may also read it here by clicking on the links below.
Middle School Sunday Bible Class is our Sunday morning class for 6-8th grade students at 9:00am. This summer, our Middle School Sunday Bible Class is mainly going through the book of Acts. A typical Sunday morning begins with student led worship followed by large group teaching and small group discussion groups. Contact [email protected] for more information about the Middle School Sunday Bible Class.
High School Sunday Bible Class is geared for 9-12th grade students and is offered at 9:00am on Sunday mornings. Students start the morning in the Youth Room for worship and then move to the Family Room across from the youth room. Contact [email protected] for more information about the High School Sunday Bible Class.
Wednesday Night IMPACT 6:30-8:00pm is for 6-12th graders. The evening begins with large group games and student led worship. Following this, middle school and high school students split into two groups for large group teaching and end the evening in small groups.
Camps & Retreats
We participate in the fall youth retreats at Trout Lake Camp. We generally have our own spring retreat renting Covenant Pines Camp. We encourage students to attend summer camps through Trout Lake. Also, several students choose to serve as volunteer or paid staff at Trout.