CREW Student Ministries
C.R.E.W ministries has a dual purpose. To define who we are each week, and to define who we want to be. Each week we want to be one Crew, working toward the common goal of building the kingdom here on earth (Acts 9:31 ESV). We are also working towards who we want to be when we leave the building, Christians, Ready, Enabled, and Willing to do what God has called us to do. This is the C.R.E.W. and we’d love for you to be a part! ~ Pastor Zac
Each Sunday evening is built for community. We open our doors at 6:00 for each student to come hang out and get together with their friends. With a full gym along with game rooms and snacks, we have plenty of entertaining options until we start group games at 6:30.
Once 6:30 hits, all of our students gather for games like scatterball, balloon basketball, poison dart frog, 4 on a couch, and many, many more. This is a time for all of us to grow closer together and create that fun, energetic community.
At 7:00 we typically move into our youth room to start our worship time. This includes the latest worship songs, engaging and intentional messages, prayer, and small groups as we close out the night. Service officially ends at 8:00 but we love the conversations and fun that happens after, as well.
We hope that you’ll join us and become part of our CREW!
Sunday Mornings are designed to dive deeper into God’s word. As we move from Genesis to Revelation, we are providing a space for students to interact and ask the tough questions about the Bible. A place where discussions are open as students get to explore what God has to say to them and they discover the truth for themselves.
Club 56 is made for our 5th and 6th graders! We want everyone to feel welcome to our youth group and that includes those that are moving up in the next year! Every few months we will have different events to bring this group of students together for games, food, and even excursions inside the city! You won’t want to miss out on Club 56!
We have an excellent quiz team that competes once a month throughout the school year. Their practices are on Sundays (See Teresa Sherman for more details). Through competition, students are finding the motivation to study the Bible on a regular basis.