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Welcome to North Students

The heartbeat of this ministry is to connect students to Christ and community. We're all about intentional relationships, and believe that we all have an important story to tell that fits into God's story. God wants our stories to be connected so we can go through every season of life together!
North Students is for any student in 6th-12th grade. We meet on Sunday mornings at 9:00am and Wednesday nights from 6:00-8:00pm.
Sundays: 9:00am
A typical Sunday has us meeting in the Sport Court. We eat breakfast together, catch up on the week and hear a message that is then talked about in round table discussions. 
WEDNESDAY NIGHTS (6:00-8:00pm):
Wednesday nights we meet in a couple of different areas. All that matters is that when you come in through the main doors, we have student leaders ready to take students where they need to go and hang with them for the night! Wednesdays involve games, giveaways, worship, an awesome message and life groups. 
What is a life group? Life groups are made up of students and a leader who are consistently kept together throughout the school year. The goal is to build a close-knit community that goes beyond the church walls on a Wednesday night. The groups exist to wrestle with questions together, encourage each other, help each other, pray together and grow closer to Jesus. 
Events:
We have events throughout the year which will be communicated by posts, emails, and texts. The heartbeat of these events is the same for the overall ministry. We want to connect students to Christ and community!
OUR STUDY AND FOCUS THIS YEAR:
"The Kingdom"
Jesus teaches us to pray "Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven." What exactly is God's kingdom? Who taught about it? Where is it? How do we be a part of it and what does it mean if I'm part of God's kingdom? What is God's will? Does He have a will for everyone? Does He have a specific will for me? How do I step into God's will?
We will look to the teachings of Jesus in the Gospels to discover what the answers to these questions are. The great thing about how Jesus teaches us to pray is that we are able to constantly ask ourselves "Whose kingdom am I building? Whose kingdom am I living for? Is this God's will for my life, or Am I seeking my own will?"
We desire to be a community that goes deeper and expands wider to lift higher the Kingdom of God!
Come check out North Students!

 

For more information contact:
Brent Fehl
Pastor of Students and Young Adults
bfehl@northbible.com