Student Programs

connect_circle_studentsMiddle and High School students discover the transforming power of Jesus through friendships, fun events, community service opportunities, small and large groups, as well as mission trips.


4th Sunday of each month
Blast! is a fun, welcoming atmosphere to invite friends for the first time. Both Middle School and High School Students play games, hear a relevant talk about Jesus, and worship God together.


1st – 3rd Sundays of each month
Middle School: 4:30–6:30pm
High School: 5:30–7:30pm
Hang out with friends, play games, fill up on snacks, worship together and hear from one of the leaders on how to live out God’s truth in real life. Small group discussion after provides a great opportunity to ask questions and check in with each other.


Discipleship groups for students who want to get serious about their faith and through studying Scripture and prayer.

11:00 AM Bible Study

Separate middle (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12) classes meet to discuss the same topic covered in the Sunday services. Students are invited to join their families in the main sanctuary for the 9:00am service and then at 11:00am for follow up discussion.


Summer Camp at Berea

July 28th-August 3rd, 2019
Berea is a refuge where students can build a faith that matters. Make no mistake – your kids will laugh abundantly, scream joyfully, and experience more “pure fun” than they can imagine. Spurred on by friends and the mentoring voices of our carefully selected counselors and speakers, your children will thrive!

This isn’t one more event for your crowded schedule – it is the faith-building, character-forming, life-changing adventure our kids and teens need to equip them for a lifetime and the year ahead.

More info available on Berea’s Website

workcampNE Mission Trip

July 14-20th, 2019
Join us for a life-changing week that will help you discover genuine faith while serving our New England neighbors.

Middle and high school students demonstrate the love of Christ by completing free home repairs for New England families in need. Projects can include painting, re-roofing or building, and providing valuable home maintenance for the residents that they cannot do themselves. Fun evening events includes games, videos, worship, and a brief discussion led by gifted speaker who will challenge students to examine their relationship with God.

Registration is closed, but please be in prayer for a great trip!