Youth Group Schedule
Our student ministries meet weekly on Sundays. Middle schoolers can join us at 4:00 PM and high schoolers at 6:00 PM. Throughout the year, we'll have fun with Bible study, Appetizers and Episodes, Dinner and a Movie nights and mission opportunities. Access our spring 2020 schedule here. If you'd like to learn more or get involved, contact Associate Pastor, Chris Aytes, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday School for Youth
Our middle school Sunday school class meets Ron Boerner in the Basement Lounge.
High schoolers are encouraged to embrace their status as adult members and attend Renelle Aytes' class in the Overflow Room.
High School Mission Trip
Every summer, our high schoolers goto Memphis, Tennessee. With the help of Street Reach, they plan and provide a Vacation Bible School-style camp for inner city kids. Throughout the week, they participate in other service projects at nursing homes, laundromats and more. Keep your eyes out for details closer to summer 2020 and feel free to contact Pastor Chris with questions.
Meet Your Youth Leaders
Husband and wife duo, Chris and Renelle Aytes, have been a huge blessing to our youth program! Together they have two sweet children, Joshua and Elijah.
Chris joined our team in 2014 and Renelle then joined us in 2015. Over the years, both of their roles have grown and evolved. Learn more about their roles on our staff page.
Middle School Mission Trip
Every summer, our middle schoolers have the opportunity to serve in a semi-local location. In the past, we've traveled to Omaha and Kansas City. Keep your eyes out for details closer to summer 2020 and feel free to contact Pastor Chris with questions.
Cultivating Intergenerational Church Life
Moving forward we will be looking for opportunities
to connect our youth to older generations. This will give our youth a sense of what being a part of the church is really like and provide our adults opportunities to share their experience and wisdom with younger generations. In doing so, we hope you will find fellowship within your peer group as well
as with other generations in our church family.