High School Ministry
Mobilizing high school students' God-given potential to deeply love Christ and their neighbors.
We believe this happens most effectively through Christ-centered relationships with peers and adult leaders, biblical teaching, and discussion time. Ultimately, we want to support parents as the main spiritual influence in their kids' lives.
Parents, you are the most influential person in your child's life! In order to partner with you, here are some resources to help you navigate some of the complexities of parenting a teenager.
My small group meetings on Sunday nights have really impacted my relationship with God. HSM has also allowed me to grow closer to God through prayer and worship. Prayer and worship are very powerful and have both allowed me to learn more about my connection with God on a deeper level.Seth LorsHigh School Student
High School Ministry is a place where I can have fun and be vulnerable all in one. My leaders have poured so much wisdom and guidance into me that helps my everyday life and is shaping my future self. I am so thankful for the opportunity HSM has given students like me to find life long friends and amazing role models!Anna GilbreathHigh School Student
As parents of a high schooler, it has been comforting to have HSM as a resource for our family. The community is a soft spot for our son to land when he has struggles and is a place for him to be encouraged and challenged as he walks out his own faith. The impact of other adults and teens consistently pouring truth into his life is something that we are eternally grateful for!Jena RaridonHigh School Parent
High School Ministry is a place where my teen can deepen her faith and make it her own. She is able to reset and recalibrate after a challenging week of high school. It is a place where she can receive grounded teaching, have meaningful conversations in small groups, and grow authentic friendships. As parents, we are grateful for the partnership we have in HSM, supporting our intent to raise our kids to love God and to love others.Marc WelgeHigh School Parent