Students at Family of Christ 

In student ministry, we strive to lead students to become passionate followers of Christ. By partnering with parents and trained leaders, our mission is to teach and inspire the next generation to be founded in their faith and confident in their Creator. Through regular Bible study and small group gatherings, we encourage students to walk boldly towards Christ, apply His truth to their lives, and to develop strong, life-changing relationships with the God of the universe. If you don't find the information you need below, please click the contact button.


Wednesday Nights 6:15-7:45 PM

6th - 8th grades take part in our Middle School discipleship group (Confirmation) where they learn the basics of the faith.  Focusing on God's Word and our relationship with Christ are at the foundation of this group.  We teach key things Jesus taught: who is God (Creed), how He created us to love (10 commandments), how to pray (Lord's Prayer), how God meets us in our brokenness (baptism/Lord's Supper/confession and absolution).


Wednesday Nights 6:15-7:45 PM

High School programs are designed to help teens take ownership of their faith.  We talk about real life issues that teens face and how to navigate them as a believer.  Students can enjoy lots of hang out time and fellowship, dig into important issues and questions in a safe environment, and participate in mission trips and national youth events.  We support each other and grow together in a Christian environment.


We believe the best place to nurture and grow faith is in the home with parents. Our hope is to see families grow in their calling to be in the Word together daily, and we want to help resource Family of Christ families to live that out.


Studies show that for many students, while the parents are the greatest influences in a child's life, faith mentors are in the top 3 when it comes to helping shape the trajectory of a young life.  It might seem small to you, but 2 hours a week can help 4-5 students grow in faith and inspire hope in their social structures.