What we are learning this month: Our series for both September and October is called “Life Has a Purpose.” September we will be focusing on the purpose in our relationships. September 13 we will focus on getting to know each other, Sept 20th we will focus on helping students understand that we are created in…

For May our teaching series is called “Crazy Love,” inspired by Francis Chan’s book. Does something deep inside your heart long to break free from the status quo? It’s crazy when you think about it, but God is calling you to a passionate love relationship with Himself. This month we will dive beyond religious complacency…

What we are learning: Tempted Temptation. We have all faced it. Even Jesus faced it. Facing temptation isn’t a sin, but how we respond to being tempted could be. Throughout this series we will look into what the Bible has to say on both preparing for and responding to temptation because we can trust that…

What we are learning: Him + Her Guys and girls can be vastly different. They do say that opposites attract. But how can we honor each other and God in our dating relationships? We are going to dive into some advice the Bible has for us on how to pursue true love, respecting each other,…

What we are learning: He Speaks God desires a personal relationship with us in which He speaks directly to us through His Spirit, but sometimes we might not be sure what He is saying. Through this series we will study the Bible to learn how to better understand and follow God’s voice. Starting a conversation:…

What we are learning: Eternity What happens after we die? There is a choice we make in our lives that determines our eternity. What about the end of the world? There is a lot we don’t know, but what we do know is revolutionary. This month we are going to be diving into God’s Word…

This November high school students will be in our “Who’s My Neighbor” series for Pulse and Small Groups. It can seem so easy today for people to judge, criticize, argue and become divided. But what if, as Christians, we lived differently? What if we truly saw everyone, even those across “social lines” as our neighbors?…