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Note to Parents:

Our strategy is to walk alongside parents to help them disciple their student(s). We do this by equipping students to know, love, and follow Christ. Part of how we do this is to create a community where students think deeply about Christ, glorify God in all things, and by taking the Gospel to the nations.

Gatherings

There is no formal "check-in" for the student ministry. On Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings, students will go to our student space to spend time in community, bible study, and prayer.

Connect

Each month there are numerous opportunities for students to connect with others outside of weekly scheduled gatherings. See the events section below to explore how your student(s)

can connect with us.

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Sundays: 9:00am | Wednesdays: 5:30-7:30pm

Curriculum

The Book of Habakkuk — Wednesdays and Sundays
There is a section of the Old Testament from Isaiah to Malachi that are known as the Major and Minor prophets. Each book tells us of a different person whom God used to tell specific group of people to repent from their sin and turn to God. The Book of Habakkuk is known as one of the minor prophets of these Old Testament prophets. Among his experiences, Habakkuk was grown troubled over God's apparent tolerance of injustice. We follow a conversation between God and the prophet Habakkuk over the question of injustice, idolatry, and the rising threat of Babylon. In this conversation, we hear Habakkuk's complaints over this injustice and God's responses. This dialogue leads us to see God's righteousness and justice in the midst of our apparent observations of what we see.

 

For us today, the appearance of injustice is a common. We hear and read about events of apparent injustice. This is something that many of us have in common. Even more for students, how can they make sense of those who seem neglected, ignored, or mistreated. The book of Habakkuk gives us help in seeing the apparent injustice and inspires us to hope, trust, and rejoice in God's faithfulness to His promises.

Sermon Series — Spring

Habakkuk 1:1-4, April 24th

Habakkuk 1:5-11, May 1st

Habakkuk 1:12-17, May 8th

Habakkuk 2:1-8, May 15th

Habakkuk 2:9-14, May 22nd

Habakkuk 2:15-20, May 29th

Sermon Series — Summer

Habakkuk 3:1-19, June 5th

Guest Speaker, June 12th

Psalms 119, June 19th

St. Louis Mission Trip, June 26th

Psalms 119:1-8, July 17th

Psalms 119:9-16, July 24th

Psalms 119:17-24, July 31

Psalms 119:25-32, August 7th

Psalms 119:33-40, August 14th

Sermon Series — Fall

School Kick-Off 2024, August 21st

Psalms 119:81-88, August 28th

Psalms 119:89-96, September 4th

Psalms 119:97-104, September 11th

Psalms 119:105-112, September 18th

Psalms 119:113-120, September 25th

Psalms 119:121-128, October 2nd

Psalms 119:129-136, October 9th

Costume Bowling, October 16th

Psalms 119:137-144, October 23rd

Psalms 119:145-152, October 30th

Friendsgiving, November 6th

Thanksgiving Break, November 13th

Sermon Series — Winter

Psalms 119:153-160, November 20th

Psalms 119:161-168, November 27th

Psalms 119:169-176, December 4th

Christmas Break, December 11th

New Years Break, December 18th, 25th

New Years Hangout, December 31st

Student Events.

  • May 31, 2024, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
    Join us for a family night at the Birmingham Baron's baseball game on May 31 at 7:00pm as they play the Rocket City Trash Pandas.
  • Jun 22, 2024, 7:00 AM – Jun 29, 2024, 7:00 PM
    For the summer of 2024 student mission trip, we take I-65 North to "the Gateway to the West," St. Louis, Missouri. In partnership with Send Relief, we will work in the city helping urban communities struggling with poverty and education disparity.
  • May 19, 2024, 9:00 PM – May 20, 2024, 12:00 PM
    Every year on Graduate Sunday we celebrate, recognize, and commission our graduating seniors. We think it is important and valuable for the church to help students as they make large life changes.
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