210 Student Ministry is broken down in three age groups children (1st grade and below), kids (2nd through 6th grade) and teens (7th through 12th grade).
On Wednesday nights during the school year at 6:30pm, we have bible classes for all age groups. Catered specifically for grades K thru twelve, our youth ministry provides the foundation for students to build a relationship with Jesus Christ and discover that God is present in all aspects of their life. Students will experience worship through multi-media, small groups, and a message that speaks to a student’s spiritual and emotional needs. With the world teaching so many different versions of “truth”, our goal is to build a firm Biblical foundation in the lives of our students.
Throughout the year 210 Student Ministries has multiple outings and gatherings separate from the normal weekly schedule of bible study. These outings provide an opportunity for students to get to know one another, build relationships and love on our surrounding area. These outings include things like traveling to a park to hangout, being hosted by a church member for a cookout, among other things.
Music is an important part our worship. 210 Student Ministries makes an effort to provide an avenue for students to learn how they can use their talents for God. Currently, we have a youth band called E2W (East to West). This youth band is a great way for young musicians to learn how they can be a part of leading worship for years to come. This opportunity covers singing, playing instruments and working in the sound booth.
During the summer the youth have two separate camps. Teen Camp is for sixth graders moving into high school and Kids Camp is for grade school (2nd through 6th grade). The youth travel to Budd Creek Camp located in Heber Springs, AR for both camps. Each camp is age specific and allows the kids time to slow down and get away from the fast pace of the world. We always need adult chaperones to stay with the kids and teens throughout the week.
210 Student Ministry takes an annual mission trip to serve alongside an interstate missionary. These trips are geared toward working and serving the community and new church. Trips in the past have consisted of canvasing neighborhoods, prepping for other groups coming later in the year, hanging sheetrock in a new facility, building a fence around a church property, and community outreach projects. These trips are a great asset for training young men and women how to be servants within the church. Each trip is a privilege and is an option for any student involved and in good standing with 210 Student Ministry.