The purpose of Eagle Heights Church Student Ministry is to connect 7th – 12th grade students to God, Family and People. We want to connect students with each other in positive, God-honoring relationships, desiring for them to see Eagle Heights Church as their spiritual home and family. The foundation for this is that students connect with God through the gospel of Jesus Christ, that their hearts would be made alive in Him and they would live their lives to honor and glorify Him.
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we provide to help students follow Jesus.
We want to be a help to parents as they disciple their teens, providing resources and support to help them be the primary youth minister in their teen’s life. We also provide connection to the body of Christ for students who do not have Christian support at home.
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for upcoming Student Ministry events
(they are highlighted in red on the calendar)
Sundays: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday night is the small group element of our ministry. Our groups start at 5:00 p.m., led by adult leaders to discuss and apply the scriptures to everyday life. At 6:00 there is a large group worship service, then we have time to hang out and eat; we finish at 7:30.
Wednesdays: 6:30 p.m. (doors open at 5:30)
Wednesday night is our weekly service for students in 7th -12th grades. Doors open each Wednesday night at 5:30 p.m. when we have pizza (the first Wednesday of the month is “Waffle Wednesday”, when we serve up free homemade waffles!) At 6:30 we meet for a time of worship and a relevant message designed with youth in mind.
The Snack Shack is open Sunday and Wednesday nights, where we have snacks, candy and drinks available.
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Parents and Guardians: text “@EHCSParent” to 81010
High School Students: text “@EHCSHS” to 81010
Junior High Students: text “@EHCSJH” to 81010
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Matt Moseley is the Student Pastor