FBC Student Ministry is devoted to helping students in Grades 7-12 grow in a relationship with Jesus Christ and to become fully devoted followers of Christ.
Vision Statement – Working hand in hand with families to reach and teach students to provide them the greatest opportunity to become fully devoted followers of Christ.
Location – The FBC Student Ministry is located on the 3rd floor of the Children & Youth Building.
FBC STUDENT MINISTRY PRIORITIES:
- To teach the Truth of God's Word and to glorify God in everything
- High view of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit
- High view of Scripture - inerrancy and sufficiency
- Biblical manhood and womanhood and family - partnering with parents
- Gospel-centered evangelism and missions ministry
- Be God-centered, doctrinally sound, Spirit-led, and parent driven
- Encouraging, God-centered relationships with others (family, friends, and church)
- Worship in Spirit and in Truth
- Christlikeness and lifechange
OUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE:
Student Life Groups - Each Sunday morning at 9:40 am, our students meet together for Life Groups and are led by dedicated church members who have a passion for teenagers. They meet in a large group for fellowship and announcements and then break out into small groups divided by grade and gender.
Anthem Student Choir – Led by our Minister of Music, the FBC Student Choir meets during the school year at 5:30 on Wednesday evenings. They learn a variety of music/drama and will lead the church in worship on many occasions throughout the year.
Student Discipleship - On Sundays at 4:45 pm, our students meet for Discipleship. Led by our Minister to Students, this is a time of digging deeper into the Scriptures to develop a stronger relationship with Christ.
Student Worship - Every Wednesday at 6:00 pm, our students worship together. This time is led by our Minister to Students as well as our students themselves. It is a great time to focus on God and learn more about Him through music and Bible study.
STUDENT EVENTS AND ACTIVITES:
SNAC (sunday night after church) Fellowships – With different locations and different themes, these fellowship opportunities promise lots of fun and excitement. AFLAC occurs on Sunday evenings following worship on several nights per year. See the calendar for dates.
Christmas Party in December - In December, there is a time of fun and fellowship to celebrate the Christmas Season and the Birth of our Savior. These are usually held on Wednesday evenings.
Mission Trips – During Spring Break, our FBC students often get opportunities to minister to others through missions activities. Look for details throughout the year.
D-Now Weekend – Designed as a great time for intense Discipleship Training for students, D-Now is a weekend filled with learning, worship, activity, fun, and food. D-Now takes place in January of each year.
Senior Activities – In May, FBC always plans a number of special activities designed specifically for those graduating from high school.
Centrifuge Camp – Each year, our students participate in Centrifuge. Student Life is a Biblically-Based, High Energy camp for those who cave completed grades 7-12.