Jr. High Grades: 6-8


The goal of our Jr. High program is to prepare our youth to live a Christ-like life, laying a foundation through God's Word, relationships, and serving the community.  We educate and encourage the youth by providing opportunities to study God’s Word, experience God’s love, and serve others. 


Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:00

September 6   - Confirmation Kick-off and Orientation for Students and Parents
September 13 - Confirmation Begins!

The foundation of our Jr. High program is Confirmation. We believe Confirmation should be an experience, one that is worth your time and the time of your child.  It should be something that your child looks forward to, engages them, and equips them to continue building their faith. The three-year program is devoted to the study of God’s Word and the basic doctrine of our church, along with opportunities for service and to experience God in ways that will help our youth on their faith journey.

Gather at 6:15 for dinner, followed by a great time together with Harold and your fellow junior highers.

For more registration information Youth Ministry Director, Harold Huddleston.



The Jr. High meets once a month for a time of fellowship and fun.  The activities of each gathering can range from a pool party to a movie day.  Each gathering is unique and the location of each one can be different as well. 


Faith Statement Banquet 

As part of confirmation, each year we have a Faith Statement Banquet for those youth that have completed Confirmation.  At this banquet, we come together to recognize and celebrate the time and work the youth has put into completing this stage of their faith walk. 


Mission Trips



We teamed up with Group Mission Trips and served in Austin this Summer. Through partner ministries and organizations, our team had the privilege to impact the Austin area by serving with homeless and veteran ministries, food banks, kids programs, and much more. Our students served alongside seasoned local ministries and nonprofits to make a lasting difference through meaningful community service, learning Christ-like empathy and compassion for others as they meet the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of disadvantaged children, youth, and adults.


For more information, email Harold Huddleston.