Middle & High School Groups

Sunday's at 10:30 - Lower Level Youth Room

Students in grades 6-12 meet downstairs during the 2nd service. They start with some relax, hangout time - ping-pong, pool, basketball or just take a minute to eat a donut with friends… We then spend some time in Bible study, usually walking through a book of the Bible led by Nick Wiles, followed by boys and girls small group discussion. Students can enter through the family entrance and then be directed to the youth group room.

Midweek Youth Group

Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00 p.m. - Gym 

Students in grades 6-12 meet downstairs in the gym every Wednesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Each week begins with some free hangout time - basketball, football, volleyball, or just take a seat and a few deep breaths at the end of a long school day. After games, we have a time of worship and prayer. Pastor Nathan usually leads our Bible study time after which we break into small groups - boys and girls groups divided by grace - to discuss the message and find personal applications for our lives.

Upcoming Events

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 13 - Small Group Activity Night - This will be up to each small group leader, what they do with the time. We’ll still be at church, at 6:30 as usual, but then the students will be dismissed to their small groups. Each leader is planning something special for their unique group for the night, and I’m just looking forward to what they come up with.

FRIDAY, MARCH 15 - Calvary Youth Coffee and Praise Night!  6-8 PM AT THE CHARGING STATION COFFEE HOUSE
The coffee house closes to the public at 6pm. We’ll have food, drinks, and games downstairs and live music upstairs. Also, parents, we’ve had a couple donors step in, so the entire event - including drinks and eats - are free to students!

Mission & Vision

Mission —> We believe students can know God and make him known.
They don’t have to wait to “grow up” to be used by God.

Therefore, the youth ministry at Calvary is aimed at partnering with parents to equip and empower them to do that - to teach them how and then give them opportunities to do it.

Vision —> A generation of students who know God - who take responsibility for and prioritize their own Bible study and prayer habits, who are committed to glorifying him with their lives.

Further, students who are actively involved in church - the community of believers of all ages; students who are trained and allowed to lead, “to set the believers an example.”

Finally, students prepared to make God known whether by sharing their personal faith story - what we call their “testimony” - when the opportunity presents itself or by living out such a powerful example of Christ-likeness that others would be drawn to him.

Contact Us

Have any Questions?  Contact Pastor Nathan Below!