“Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith
We know the youth of today are tomorrow’s leaders! We help students develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ by providing them with the resources to grow in worship, learn from the Bible, and to share with and serve others in the community and world.
Through loving, insightful, and interactive teaching, we give students the skills, support groups and positive relationships they need to make wise decisions in their everyday lives.
High School Students meet during the second service right after the Praise and Worship time!
Middle and High School (grades 6-12) meet from 6:30 to 8:00 at Crossroad.
What do we do for fun? Things like Kings Island, Ichthus Festival, bowling, concerts, game nights, Indianapolis Indians games, Pacers games, bonfires, girls and guys nights out, paintball and more! Watch the calendar for upcoming dates.
Service projects and outreach
Our students love to serve others! Opportunities to help include:
- Nursery and/or children’s church
- Vacation Bible School
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
- See You At The Pole (Fall)
- Mission Trip (Summer)
Several decades ago, students were rarely asked about their thoughts or opinions. In many cases, they were told exactly what was to be known or understood about a topic or situation by someone else. We now believe this form of “spoon feeding” curbs independent thinking.
We believe that effective, heart-changing learning takes place when a student wrestles with important questions, examining his/her own belief systems in the light of Truth. They come to conclusions as they grapple with big ideas while discussing the meaning of God’s words in Scripture. What a joy it is to see that God’s Word is being retained and is transforming the hearts of our young men and women today!
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The Landing Zone
The Landing Zone (LZ) is a community of people who offer a safe place to land for teens, ages 13-19. We desire to extend an opportunity for hope and healing from hurts, habits, and hang-ups, plotting a course out of recovery to a fulfilling life.
Join us on Tuesday nights from 6:00 - 8:00 PM at 14 W. Broadway Street in Shelbyville. Have questions? Email Pat Norton.