Sunday Night

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Sunday evenings is a time for students to have a fun and safe place to hang out, get to know other believers their age, and to grow in their faith. The night kicks off with a time of hang out either in our gym, playing some crazy game, or in our youth room equipped with a pool table, ping pong, video games, and more. After a time of hang out and snacks the students gather in our living room style space to study God’s word and learn to apply it to their lives.

Middle School, 6th-8th Grade 4pm-6pm

High School, 9th-12th Grade 6pm-8pm

Warren Willis Summer Camp

We’ll be posting the summer dates for 2017 as soon as it is scheduled. Check out last year’s information to get an idea about the summer camp:

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Warren Willis Summer Overnight Camp dates: July 25-29, 2016

RISING 4th graders to 12th graders are invited to attend. 

We will be taking the church buses up to this beautiful camp! The cost per child for the week is $450. We will be doing fundraising events at the church that will contribute to decreasing the cost of each child’s tuition.

 

We had a GREAT time at Warren Willis Summer Camp in June 2015. We took 18 students total in elementary, middle and high school. Here are just some of the photos of our campers having fun!

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Melissa Walls                                                    Megan Hargrave
Director of Children’s Ministry                        Director of Student Ministry
561-395-1244 ext. 143                                     561-395-1244 ext. 141

 

Sunday Mornings

We invite and encourage our students to attend one of our 5 worship services on either our East or West Campus. If you and your family choose to worship at the 9:30 contemporary service on our East campus the students sit together in the front right section of that service. We believe that not only is in important for students to have a time to gather together with other students their age (Sunday evening youth and mid-week groups) but to be a part of the bigger body of Christ in worship services. This way not only are they interacting with various generations with in the church, they are becoming for familiar and comfortable with church services so when they graduate they will continue to attend church more.