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LIFT Middle School

Wednesday nights at 7pm in Building C

LIFT is designed completely around our 6th-8th grade students. We hang out, play crazy games, have a time of practical teaching, and grow together through Life Groups.

The first hour of LIFT is designed for the entire group to be together. During the second half we break into Life Groups, by grade and gender, with the purpose of developing deep friendships and community. These groups are led by qualified leaders who guide students in discussions and accountability in their walk with Jesus.

     

Amplify High School

Wednesday nights at 7pm in Theater 81

Amplify is a weekly experience designed for our 9th-12th students to go beyond just existing and surviving in school or at home, but to really thrive and be a part of a movement—a movement that is greater than anything they've ever known. We worship, listen to practical teaching, study scripture, share testimonies, and apply what we're learning. We also break off into Life Groups that are designed to build community between students and provide solid examples of what life with Christ looks like. It's in these groups where accountability and discipleship happens.

     

What's Happening

Current LIFT/Amplify Series: #Fail

All around us we see “Epic Fail” type moments in our everyday lives whether it happens to other people in our life, or when we ourselves experience failure. These kind of moments lead us to ask questions like, “How in the world did that happen?”, “How did I end up here?” or when it really hurts, “Where is God in the middle of all this?” In the #FAIL series, we’ll ask these questions and see how with Jesus, our failures aren’t final and they don’t have to define us and how we can heal and recover our identity in Christ after an epic fail.

Get in touch with us

If you're interested in investing in our students by volunteering with us, contact Stephanie. To learn more about our ministry, use any of our social media outlets to get in touch with us or feel free to contact Malloy. You can also sign up for our middle school texting service and receive updates from our staff about upcoming events and alerts.

LIFT Middle School

Sunday nights at 6pm in the Auditorium
LIFT will not be meeting on February 15 because of Winter Retreat

LIFT is designed completely around our 6th-8th grade students. We hang out, play crazy games, have a time of practical teaching, and grow together through Life Groups.

The first hour of LIFT is designed for the entire group to be together. During the second half we break into Life Groups, by grade and gender, with the purpose of developing deep friendships and community. These groups are led by qualified leaders who guide students in discussions and accountability in their walk with Jesus.

Amplify High School

Wednesday nights at 7pm in the Auditorium

Amplify is a weekly experience designed for our 9th-12th students to go beyond just existing and surviving in school or at home, but to really thrive and be a part of a movement—a movement that is greater than anything they've ever known. We worship, listen to practical teaching, study scripture, share testimonies, and apply what we're learning. We also break off into Life Groups that are designed to build community between students and provide solid examples of what life with Christ looks like. It's in these groups where accountability and discipleship happens.

   

What's Happening

Current LIFT/Amplify Series: #Fail

All around us we see “Epic Fail” type moments in our everyday lives whether it happens to other people in our life, or when we ourselves experience failure. These kind of moments lead us to ask questions like, “How in the world did that happen?”, “How did I end up here?” or when it really hurts, “Where is God in the middle of all this?” In the #FAIL series, we’ll ask these questions and see how with Jesus, our failures aren’t final and they don’t have to define us and how we can heal and recover our identity in Christ after an epic fail.

Get in touch with us

If you're interested in investing in our students by volunteering with us, contact Stephanie. To learn more about our ministry, use any of our social media outlets to get in touch with us or feel free to contact Malloy. You can also sign up for our middle school texting service and receive updates from our staff about upcoming events and alerts.

LIFT Middle School

Sunday nights at 6pm in the Parkside Theater
LIFT will not be meeting on February 15 because of Winter Retreat

LIFT is designed completely around our 6th-8th grade students. We hang out, play crazy games, have a time of practical teaching, and grow together through Life Groups.

The first hour of LIFT is designed for the entire group to be together. During the second half we break into Life Groups, by grade and gender, with the purpose of developing deep friendships and community. These groups are led by qualified leaders who guide students in discussions and accountability in their walk with Jesus.

 

Amplify High School

Wednesday nights at 7pm in the Parkside Theater

Amplify is a weekly experience designed for our 9th-12th students to go beyond just existing and surviving in school or at home, but to really thrive and be a part of a movement—a movement that is greater than anything they've ever known. We worship, listen to practical teaching, study scripture, share testimonies, and apply what we're learning. We also break off into Life Groups that are designed to build community between students and provide solid examples of what life with Christ looks like. It's in these groups where accountability and discipleship happens.

   

What's Happening

Current LIFT/Amplify Series: #Fail

All around us we see “Epic Fail” type moments in our everyday lives whether it happens to other people in our life, or when we ourselves experience failure. These kind of moments lead us to ask questions like, “How in the world did that happen?”, “How did I end up here?” or when it really hurts, “Where is God in the middle of all this?” In the #FAIL series, we’ll ask these questions and see how with Jesus, our failures aren’t final and they don’t have to define us and how we can heal and recover our identity in Christ after an epic fail.

Get in touch with us

If you're interested in learning more about our ministry or investing in our students by volunteering with us, use any of our social media outlets to get in touch with us or feel free to contact Stephanie. You can also sign up for our middle school texting service and receive updates from our staff about upcoming events and alerts.