White Rock Students
White Rock Students exists to declare and demonstrate the glory and goodness of God in the lives of students. Our hope is that our student ministry would be an avenue for middle and high schoolers to grow in Jesus Christ by treasuring him, his word, and the community that exists through him. To this end, we meet together regularly in order to understand the Scriptures, pray together, and hang out. All of this reflects our one desire: to magnify God in and through the lives of our students.
If you have children in sixth grade and above, they’ve officially joined our student ministry. On Sunday mornings at 10:30am, your students will join you for worship in the sanctuary before going downstairs when dismissed. While downstairs, they will either go into the middle school room or the high school room. Students in 6th-8th grade will be in middle school, and 9th-12th are in high school. Students will be taught what is being taught in the service, but in a way that is relatable to them.
Middle School Discipleship
On Wednesday evenings, our students in 6th through 8th grade come together for games, a small lesson, and small group time. Everything we do is focused on teaching our students to love God and love others. For more information about middle school discipleship, please reach out to Hayden Stringer or Jenna Rejcek.
High School Discipleship
As our students get older, it becomes more important to teach them what it means to live out their faith. Pursuing the mission to love God and love others, we want to equip our students with the ability to dive into their faith and find meaningful Christian community.
Our high school groups are divided into gender and age groups and meet at various times during the week. They’re designed to grow in their faith and build good community. To sign up for groups or learn more about them, please email Hayden Stringer or Jenna Rejcek.