High School Hope Group, 11:00 A.M.
Small group Bible study that allows students to learn what God’s word says about very specific life situations that most teens experience. Classes are separated by grade and gender to best nurture discussions specific to students.
Who? When? Where?
9th/10th Guys Hope Group || 11:00 a.m., FLC 209
9th/10th Girls Hope Group || 11:00 a.m., FLC 212
11th/12th Guys Hope Group || 11:00 am, FLC 208
11th/12th Girls Hope Group || 11:00 a.m. FLC 209
First Wednesdays, 6:15 P.M.
This is a gathering of 6th-12th grade students on the first Wednesday of each month, and is similar but different from New Hope Students Midweek. This specific gathering is meant to be more relaxed, making it easier for our students to invite their unchurched friends to experience the community they love. At First Wednesdays, students will have the opportunity to meet their leaders, experience worship and teaching, and most importantly – experience something a little outrageous and fun.
New Hope Students Midweek, 6:15 P.M.
Student-led, high-energy worship and Bible study that confronts real-life questions and situations. Prepare to be challenged to live your life and make decisions that are obedient to God’s word. Meets in Family Life Center (FLC). Come early for pizza and chill time before we start.
Students break for the weekend to experience deeper Bible study, worship, a guest speaker, special activities, and home group leaders who know how to teach and have fun at the same time.
Students respond to the call to “go and make disciples” by using the unique gifts God has blessed them with in both the local community and global missions. The Student Ministry sets aside training time so that students are fully equipped to love, serve and share Jesus.
Students learn about the relevance of God’s word in their lives, and strengthen community with each other through many activities at camp.
Student Takeover Sunday
Once a year our students take over Sunday morning, leading in all areas of our worship service – choir and band, directing media in sound and video, to acting in drama skits, and serving as ushers and greeters. Rehearsals for Student Takeover Sunday begin 5 weeks prior to event date. Any student 6th-12th grade can participate.