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Our Student Ministry exists for five purposes: Evangelism, Worship, Discipleship, Fellowship, and Ministry. It's through these purposes that we are able to encounter Jesus for the first time or take the next step in growing deeper in their faith. Whether you are a student, a parent of a student, or someone who wants to help out with students we definitely have a place for you in our ministry.



Youth Fusion-Wednesday Night Bible Study

One of the most important parts of our Wednesday Night Bible study is small groups. In the small groups, the students answer questions based on the lesson for that night. It is during the discussions that one can see how the students are growing in their faith and their relationship with Jesus. It is great to see how God is working in the lives of the students.  

The Youth Cafe'

Serves Pizza, Hamburgers, Corn Dogs, Soda's, Tator Tots, Chips, Ice Cream and more.  Three dollars will provide you with more than enough money to get what you want. Note Cafe is closed during the Summer. 

While the cafe' is open students can play basketball, ping pong, four square, throw the football, play video games in the youth hut or just hang out.

After the Cafe' closes the Bible study begins which normally includes an activity and then small groups to help students discuss what was just taught.


What is youth ministry without fun? Throughout the year we have different events that happen outside of Wednesday night and Sunday morning.  These events include bowling, Putt-Putt, Lock-Ins, Game Nights, Round Rock Express Games, Schlitterbahn, Pool Days, Breakfast Tacos on Easter, Summer Camps, Mission Trips.

Youth Council

The youth council is made up of sponsors and students who meet together to seek God for the direction he is leading the youth ministry.  It is in these meetings that we plan and put on the various events that the youth ministry does.

Junior High Gathering

This fall event sees students from all over the Southwest Texas Synod gather to worship, pray, be taught, have fun and grow closer to Jesus. 

Summer Camp

Students in grades 6-8 have the option of attending a week long summer camp.  Though these dates change what doesn't is the ropes course, horse riding, swimming, hanging out and just plain fun.  This week will challenge each student as they grow deeper in their faith with Jesus.

Mission trip

For those students who have completed the 7th grade, they can attend the mission trip to Mission Arlington.  At Mission Arlington students are able to help the poor and less privileged as they experience and realize they can have a direct impact on a person's life right here in Texas.

Sunday School

Christian Education is from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. in Room 16.  We learn and have discussions from the Student Life Bible Study Curriculum. Our class seeks to provide relevant teaching on the issues that students face through sound biblical teaching.