HIGH SCHOOL

“Don’t let anyone look down on your because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love in faith and in purity.” – 1 Timothy 4:12

 

Welcome to our high school ministry, where youth in grades 9th – 12th grow in faith and our equipped to become thriving members of our church and the greater faith community. Take a moment to browse all that our ministry has for you and your loved ones.
 
**We are consistently being made aware of new resources that will help guide you as you parent your young people.  Here are some of our favorites, however; feel free to contact us if you are looking for help with a particular issue.**

Sunday School

From September through May, every Sunday at 10:30am at both the East Campus and the West Campus high school students have a Sunday School opportunity. Lessons are taught by volunteer ministry partners and cover a variety of topics that are meant to help connect students’ faith to their daily lives.

East Campus

High schoolers are invited to join us on Sundays to learn about the Word of God, fellowship with peers and to help in our church community. We will engage in a different activity each week;
 
Every 1st Sunday we encourage the High Schoolers to help out in Children’s Sunday School.
Every 2nd Sunday we will have a hang out time downstairs  in the Youth room.
Every 3rd Sunday High Schoolers host a Waffle Sunday in Fellowship Hall for the church, free will offerings from this go toward the mission trip and recharge costs for the youth that happen throughout the year.
Every 4th Sunday we are down in the Youth Room again, going through the “Not a Fan” teen edition Bible study by Kyle Idleman.
 
Contact Chris Andersen if you have any questions!

 

West Campus

1st Option: “Thinking Faith” (Chapel) – Join us on Sunday mornings for a journey to discover how rich, diverse and important contributions of Christianity still inspire and encourage us to engage our world with honesty, grace and truth. The class begins with the C.S. Lewis’ classic, “The Screwtape Letters” as a starting point. Anyone interested in making better sense of the Christian faith and tackling hard questions is welcome to attend.

2nd Option: Are you ready to start passing the faith on to the young people of our church? Then you should think about partnering with one of our children’s ministry Sunday School teachers and assist them in their classroom. Seniors are even eligible to help in the Middle School Sunday school rooms.   Talk to Steve Hemmer if you think assisting with Sunday School is the best option for you or if you have any other questions!

EpiCenter

But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you. And you will be my witnesses, telling people about me everywhere; in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” – Acts 1:8

EPICENTER is the LCM high school youth group meeting Wednesday evenings at both campuses from 7 to 8:30. 

It is a fun supportive community of young people that get together once a week to work together to understand God and his work in the world around us.
Come join our community!

Food

Every week we serve some sort of food. It may be something like pizza or wings, or may just be snacks and finger foods.

Fellowship

Each week we’ll split up into small groups to study God’s Word and learn about how to be a witness to those around you! This year we start a 3-year chronological overview of the Bible using LifeWay’s “Gospel Project” curriculum.

 

AfterShock

High-schoolers, we invite you to join us on the 2nd Sunday of every month for a time of fun and fellowship. We’ll be planning an activity offsite each month that may be as simple as frozen yogurt and board games, a trip to a nearby town for some outdoor adventuring or maybe even a mission/outreach project!