Sunday School is an evangelism and discipleship ministry of the student ministry. Sunday School is a great way to link up with other students and dive further into God’s Word. Middle School students (6th-8th grade) have grade-based, gender-divided classes. High School students (9th-12th grade) have grade-based, coed classes during the 9:00 am hour and gender-divided classes during the 10:30 am hour. Sunday School is a non-threatening environment that gives students the chance to dive deeper into faith and friendships. Each group is led by 2-3 caring adults that create an inviting atmosphere of Bible-teaching, community, and connection.
Small Groups are more intentional, relationship-focused groups available for middle school students. Each group is grade-based and gender-divided. Each small group is led by at least 2 devoted adults, typically young adults. Middle school small groups meet for about 15 minutes each week following the middle school preaching time and occasionally throughout the week. Small group leaders will move up with their group as they get older, unlike Sunday School teachers.
D Groups are more intentional, in-depth small groups for high schoolers who are truly committed to growing in their relationship with the Lord. D Groups tend to have a higher level of accountability and intentionality than Sunday School. These groups are smaller than Sunday School classes and are setup to multiply when a threshold mark is reached. Each D Group is grade-based and gender-divided. Each D Group is led by at least 2 devoted adults, typically young adults who move up with their group as they get older, unlike Sunday School teachers. D Groups meet throughout the week at varied times and locations depending on the schedules of its members. D Groups are “closed” groups for the majority of the year, but we offer two “open enrollment” periods at the beginning of the Fall and Winter/Spring semesters.