AXIOS

If you attend middle or high school (7th – 12th grade), Axios Student Ministry is for you!

We are all about creating a safe, fun, Biblically-centered, and culturally-relevant place for students to fall in love with Jesus. EVERYONE is welcome and we can’t wait to meet you!

Our mission as a Student Ministry is to lead middle and high school students to become fully devoted disciples of Christ.

Our vision as a Student Ministry is to create a safe place for students to discover their identity in Christ, find belonging in His church, and realize their purpose to change the world.


What’s Happening in Axios each week?


Student Service

Sundays | 9:15-10:30 am | Student Center

No Sunday Student Services in July
Instead join us for "At The Movies" during the month of July as Josh Daffern illustrates Biblical truths from popular blockbuster movies.

Join us on Sundays for a safe, fun, and encouraging time of hanging out with friends, ice breaker games, worship, Biblically-centered and culturally-relevant teaching, and community groups.

Community Groups
Wednesdays | 
6:45 – 8:15 pm | Student Center
Spring Groups end May 8 | Summer Events start June 19

Join us on Wednesdays for a fun time of hanging out with friends, playing crazy games, and digging deeper into Sunday's message in community groups. We value community and doing life together, because we know everyone needs a place to belong.

Summer Home Groups

Home groups are small groups for students in grades 8-12 (current grade, not next year's grade) where students can hang out with friends, eat some food, & encourage one another as they go through a Bible Study together. 

Summer Home Groups will start the week of June 23 & finish on the week of July 21. 

For more info and to sign up use with the link below.

Home Groups Sign Up

 


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Contact Us:
Jason Harrop, Director of Student Ministries
Suzie Roulette, Student Ministry Assistant
Marissa Ritter, Student Ministry Intern