The teenage years are vital in training young people to be disciples of Jesus. Statistically, 60 percent of students leave the church after high school. This means that traditionally the church hasn’t done a good job of communicating the gospel to teens and creating a legacy of disciples that is multi-generational. Calvary Student Ministries is focused on helping parents equip young people between the ages of 12 and 18 to be disciples of Jesus by clearly communicating the gospel, creating an environment of worship, and connecting teens to community in the church.
The end-goal of Student Ministry is to create theologically sound Jesus lovers who go on to become vital members of the church in the college years and beyond. For more information on Calvary Student Ministries, contact the church office. Info about our primary curriculum, The Gospel Project, can be found here: www.GospelProject.com.
For more information, please contact Tim Nielsen (firstname.lastname@example.org).