The teen years mark a key transitional stage in life. Moving from childhood to adulthood is an upheaval! But God uses times of change to bring great growth. That's where the Youth Ministry Staff & Volunteers come alongside parents - helping young men and women know God intimately, read His Word accurately, share and defend their faith, serve others and develop deep relationships.
Each Sunday we have Sunday School for those in 7th-12th grade.
Both Middle School (7th-8th grade) & High School (9th-12th) classrooms are located downstairs.
We’ll leave Sunday after church and head out to Twin Bears Camp located at Mile 30 on Chena Hot Springs Road. It will be a chance for Middle School Students to get away from the day-to-day distractions of everyday life and do some fun activities together as a group.
In between games, hiking Angel Rocks, swimming at Chena Hot Spring, fighting off mosquitos, eating amazing food and spending time around the campfire there will be sessions challenging them to grow in their love and faith in Jesus Christ. We will return to Bethel at noon on Wednesday.
The deadline to register is Wednesday, July 3.
Our goal is to connect with and love the students, have tons of fun and learn about Jesus in a way that makes sense. Middle School is a time of enormous change and transition for students, and our goal is to be there with them through those changes.
Our Small Group, THRIVE on Sunday nights give students the chance to connect deeper with the leaders and other students, while having a time to play games,
then is followed by a teaching time and small group discussions.
Our goal is to have fun and learn about Jesus. And yes, you can do both of those things at the same time. High School is a time where students are establishing their identities. Our desire is to help them establish their identities in Jesus.
During our High School Small Group, TALK BACK, students are split into groups by grade and gender for encouragement, accountability and discussion. This is the students best chance to “Talk Back” to us and let us know what’s happening in their lives, and is a great opportunity to connect with other students.
The cold weather cut off for cancelling activities is -30 degrees Fahrenheit.
Click here for the official temperature using the Fairbanks Airport location.
2:15pm for events starting at 4pm, and two hours prior for all other scheduled activities.
You can also check for cancellations on our Facebook page.
Mark Holmes - Youth Pastor