WE HOPE TO TRAIN AND EQUIP MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO PRIORITIZE THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS.
The strategy for Skyline is to come alongside parents and help continue to shape and disciple middle and high school students in such a way that they will love Jesus with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength, then go and make an impact in their world through their everyday lives.
Students join our student ministry staff after the worship portion of the main service on the second Sunday of each month for a short time of teaching and community building.
Gender-specific Bible studies, led by our staff and other volunteers, happen on the first and third Sunday evenings in homes around the city. These groups are made up of Skyline students and their friends.
Middle and high school students join the adults each week in the regular worship service. We believe that it is important for teenagers to worship with their parents as they sing, pray, listen to the sermon, and receive the Lord’s supper.
Wednesday nights are a special time for the church to come together for worship and prayer. Although Wednesdays are open each week to everyone, we encourage our middle and high school students to make the last Wednesday of every month a time to gather as a group. Through these nights, students will be able to worship, pray, and be ministered to by others. This will help fuel their passion for Jesus and give them experiences to call their own.