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Sundays at 11:15 a.m., in-person or on Zoom. Sundays feature games, large-group teaching, and reflection on what we're learning.


Sundays at 11:15 a.m.

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On Sundays, we meet for worship and large-group teaching with small-group discussion.

All students start in the Student Auditorium (big room at the end of the north hallway in the main building) for a game and announcements. Then, we split into Middle School (grades 6-8) and High School (grades 9-12) groups for teaching tailored to each age group. Students are dismissed at the end of the worship service.


What We're Talking About

Our favorite Christmas memories might involve snowball fights, presents, or time with people we love. The end of the year is a great chance for us to reflect on everything that’s happened and everyone around us. When we really think about it, there’s so much we can be thankful for each and every year — even if things didn’t work exactly how we planned. God has given us so much, and the birth of Jesus is a great way to focus on all of the gifts we’ve received this year.


Retelling these classic Christmas stories will teach us about gratitude and thankfulness during this series. As students hear about the prophecies and stories of Jesus’ birth, they’ll be reminded to be thankful for what God has done, be thankful for God’s promises, and be thankful even when it’s not easy.

We will not have Student Service on December 24 or 31.

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