Wednesdays 6:00 - 8:00 pm
7th-12th Grade

Helping students know, love, and
obey Jesus by:

Large Group
Small Group

Wednesdays at 6pm

Our gatherings are designed for students to find a place to belong, grow in their relationship with God through teaching and worship, and invest in each other through connection groups. This time is structured to be engaging, fun, and biblically sound and to help set the tone for what it looks like to participate in a local church when they graduate.

Card image

First Time?

Pre-Register to help check-in go smooth.

Register Now
Card image

What do we teach?

Learn about our seven simple truths.

Learn More

Stay Involved

Parents are the primary disciple-makers of their children. Here are some helpful resources for you to get involved with your child's discipleship journey.

Card image


Prompt meaningful conversations with your child.

Check It Out
Card image


Receive helfpul dates and resources for your student.

Join Email List

Our Youth

Teach kids to know, love, and obey Jesus.

See Opportunities

Upcoming Events

17 JUL

Wednesday Night Youth

06:00 PM | 509 3rd St. SE
18 JUL

Youth Lost Island Trip

10:00 AM | Lost Island WaterPark, Waterloo, IA
30 JUL

Youth Volleyball

02:00 PM | Guthridge Park


Students join connection groups for discussion and build relationships, followed by worship and teaching. The evenings are fun, engaging, and prepare them for active church participation.
Small groups where students can ask questions, build relationships, and grow in faith. Led by adult leaders, these groups provide support and a sense of belonging.
Students are encouraged to serve in various church activities and events, using their gifts to contribute and grow as active members of the Church.

Youth Staff

Our youth staff is committed to creating an environment where your teenagers can grow in faith. Meet the passionate team who make it all possible.

See Who We Are

Josie Anderson

Ian Crosby

Bo Davis

Moses Each

Danaca Ferdon

Jenna Kent

Taylor Richardson

Other Environments