Our desire is to honor God by supporting the family

in the spiritual growth of their teenager.

 

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SCHOOL-YEAR  ::  SEPTEMBER - APRIL

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180 Student Ministry   

Sunday Nights    ::    6:00-8:00 pm

Students (7th – 12th) gather in the YMC for games, food, worship, teaching, and discussion

       “180” connotes a turnaround…a life change.  That is exactly what the Student Ministry Leadership Team prays and plans for this ministry.  It is our desire to see Sunday Nights as a time where students and their friends come together to begin or to continue experiencing the grace that God offers to us through Jesus Christ. 

        6:00 -7:00 pm – All students are together for a time to hangout, enjoy snacks, play games, and worship.

        7:00 -8:00 pm – Jr. High students are in small groups and Sr. High students are in large groups. Jr. High groups are gender-based, guys with guys and girls with girls, and led by our Jr. High youth leaders. They meet in the main church.

        Sr. High remains in the YMC for large group teaching and discussion.  Our teaching series is generally a month long and focuses on relevant topics. 

 

Student Life

Sunday Morning    ::    9:00 - 10:30 am

Jr. High (7th & 8th) students meet in the YMC. Students in these grades are a part of our Milestone 4 process.  A key component of Milestone 4 and, therefore, a special focus of this class is understanding our identity in Christ. 

For the 2013-2014 school year [Sept – April], we are utilizing the Fuel curriculum to help students walk through the major stories of the Old Testament.  

Sr. High (9th-12th)  students are encouraged to join their friends and leaders in the center front section of the worship service.  On your way in, don't forget to stop by the Coffee Connection.  

 

Home Groups

Sr. High Small Groups

Students (9th – 12th) meet in host homes for gender-based groups led by Sr. High youth leaders.

Home Groups are 8 weeks long and are offered in the Fall [Oct.-Nov.] and in the Winter [Feb.-Mar.].   The essence of Home Groups is to play together and pray together with God’s Word as the center of both.  In order to be in a group, students will need to sign-up at either a student ministry event or by  contacting the student ministry office. 

 

Annual Events

Student Life Camp:  Summer Camp experience

Mission Trip: Students served in Ukraine this past summer and in Philadelphia this past spring.  We are going back to Philly in the spring of 2014 and in the summer we will be heading to Chicago.  

Cedar Point:  In June 2013, over 100 students & chaperones attended!

Service Projects:  Students are provided with opportunities to serve in our local community.

Endless Summerfest:  Mudpit, Food Fight, A CRAZY FUN 200’ waterslide, water games, food & more make up the craziest way ever to celebrate the end of summer!

FALL RETREAT: FBC students  & their friends come together for a weekend at Camp Burton with exciting games, powerful worship and incredible teaching. Year after year numbers of students leave challenged and many have come to faith through this event.

FINALE 13 ::  ALL-NIGHT OUTREACH:  Back for 2013! This all night event in January will be an amazing adventure for Jr. & Sr. High students & their friends!

 

SUMMER SCHEDULE

May - August

180 a.m. on Sundays  ::  9:00-10:30 a.m.

meet in the YMC


For students in 7th-12th grade.  This past summer we focused on 'Experiencing GOD'S STORY of LIFE and HOPE'.  There is no bigger story than the one found in the Bible.  It is the one story that explains life and reality.  Students had the opportunity to view the Bible as one BIG STORY, where God is the Author, Jesus is the HERO, and we are the RESCUED community.  

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Sunday 9:00 AM
Jr. High (7th & 8th) students meet in the YMC. Students in these grades are a part of our Milestone 4 process.

For the 2013-2014 school year [Sept – April], we are utilizing the Fuel video curriculum to help students gain a broad understanding of the Old Testament.
YMC
Apr
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April 21
Monday 7:00 PM
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26
April 26
Saturday 7:00 PM
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First Assembly
Apr
27
April 27
Sunday 9:00 AM
Jr. High (7th & 8th) students meet in the YMC. Students in these grades are a part of our Milestone 4 process.

For the 2013-2014 school year [Sept – April], we are utilizing the Fuel video curriculum to help students gain a broad understanding of the Old Testament.
YMC
Apr
27
April 27
Sunday 6:00 PM
180 Student Ministry :: Sunday Evening :: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
A community of students (7th – 12th) gathering together for games, food, worship, teaching, and discussion.
180 connotes a turnaround…life change. That is exactly what we hope and pray for each student. It is our desire to see Sunday nights as a time where students and their friends gather together to begin or continue to experience the grace that God offers us through Jesus Christ.
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. – all students hanging out in our youth center for snacks, games, and worship.
7:00 – 8:00 p.m. – Jr. High in small groups and Sr. High in the youth center large group teaching and discussion
Jr. High go to the church for small groups. Groups are gender-based, guys with guys and girls with girls, and led by our Jr. high youth leaders.
Sr. High hang in the youth center large group teaching and discussion. Our teaching series are generally a month long and focus on relevant topics.
YMC/Gym/Kitchen