Student Ministry

As we partner with your family, we are praying for the upcoming generations to be growing as disciples and disciple-makers.  In our ministry environments, we coordinate our 3 environments (worship, discipleship, and mission) during our 3 standard meeting times (Sunday AM, Sunday PM, Wednesday PM).

Here is how these environments are designed by age and focus.

Middle School Students (6th-8th Grade)

discipleship-groupsThe purpose of Student Discipleship Groups is to help teenagers learn how to live out the truths of the gospel.

Sundays at 9:30AM

In age-specific, gender-separate groups, our teenagers are being discipled with the truths of the gospel.  By utilizing the Gospel Project curriculum, it unites them with the entire church body, and allows family discipleship to take place more naturally.

Ken and Janet Montjoy
Middle School Team Leaders
Jamie Strutton
Middle School Leader

High School Students (9-12th Grade)

discipleship-groupsThe purpose of Student Discipleship Groups is to help teenagers learn how to live out the truths of the gospel.

Sundays at 9:30AM

In age-specific, gender-separate groups, our teenagers are being discipled with the truths of the gospel.  By utilizing the Gospel Project curriculum, it unites them with the entire church body, and allows family discipleship to take place more naturally

 

David and Staci Nalley
High School Team Leaders
Cole and Kara Strickland
High School Leaders
Cole and Kara Strickland are part of the High School Ministry Leadership Team here at North Side. They met at Lander University where Cole graduated with a degree in Mass Communication & Theatre and Kara graduated with a degree in Exercise Science. They were married in May of 2016 and are both currently pursuing Masters degrees from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. They both enjoy most anything outdoors, hanging out with friends and family and visiting new places. They both have a heart for discipling students and speaking the truth of God’s Word in everyday situations.

 

 

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