Teri McEachern
Family Pastor
[email protected]
763.428.5115

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 teens 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 teens and their friends. See below for all the details.

NRF Student Ministries – IMPACT

Sunday Morning IMPACT Classes

  • IMPACT 101 is our Sunday morning class for 6-12 grade students at 9:00 and 10:30. This year our kids and youth ministries are going through the major stories of the Bible in one year. A typical Sunday morning begins with student led worship followed by large group teaching and small group discussion groups.
  • IMPACT 201 is geared for 9-12 grade students and is only offered at 9:00 on Sunday mornings. Students start the morning in the Youth Room for worship and then move to the classroom in the hallway. Contact [email protected] for more information about IMPACT 201.

Wednesday Evening

  • Wednesday Night IMPACT 6:30-8:00 pm 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.
  • IMPACT 4:12 8:00-8:30 pm All interested 6-12th grade students are invited to be a part of IMPACT 4:12. This group meets weekly immediately following Wednesday evening IMPACT from 8:00 – 9:00 pm. Members of IMPACT 4:12 contribute to the planning of weekly programs and special events throughout the year and serving on the worship team, welcome team, set up team, and other aspects of the youth ministry.

Events

Many events and serving opportunities are planned throughout the year. For more information on specific events go to the church calendar in myNRF or email [email protected]

IMPACT Newsletter

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 here.

IMPACT Newsletter

The IMPACT Newsletter is designed to be a resource for students and parents to see weekly class topics, verses and follow-up action items, youth events and ministry news.

The IMPACT newsletter will be mailed to the students family and or you may also read it here by clicking on the links below.

September 2018

October 2018

November 2018

Youth Know Jesus

Love God

At IMPACT teens are given ample opportunity to Love God through learning about Him in scripture study, sermons, and retreats. Our curriculum addresses the typical needs of young people in the secular world with an emphasis on intentionally living Christ-like.

Love Each Other

NorthRidge Fellowship knows that real relationships with other Christians can propel a young person into a deeper, more righteous life path. So, at IMPACT we provide ample opportunity for youth to gather with each other, and with adults dedicated to their spiritual growth, to form a network of like-minded Christian friends. Make sure to join us in our fun games and food gatherings. Parents are invited to get involved as volunteers and prayer partners for the ministry.

Youth Serve Jesus

Make a Difference

IMPACT focuses the youth on the Great Commission, knowing that a disciple for Christ can Make a Difference in reaching others for Christ. So, we work closely with the NorthRidge Fellowship Make a Difference ministry to provide opportunities for youth to do missions work within the church, locally, state wide, nationally and globally. Young people are welcome to join the church at Feed Our Starving Children and CROSS food shelf to do the manual labor necessary to feed those in need globally and locally. In the summer we spend a day at Dayton Park Properties to help the residents there and to have a good time getting to know them as our neighbors and community. We have mini-short-term missions trip to Nett Lake to spread the work and assist in ministry among Native Americans in that area. Many youth like to join in on a fantastic short-term mission to Alaska to work with a church there on its ministry. Others join Dan Monson in his short-term missions in Honduras.

Remember, too, participating in church volunteer work, local opportunities and short-term missions are a GREAT addition to the college resume. Talk to us on how to get involved.