Youth Ministries

We’re students becoming disciples of Jesus to share the Good News in our community. We meet Friday nights at 7:30pm, Sundays at 9:15am, and enjoy retreats and outings throughout the year. Come join us!


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What do you do next?

What do you say? How do you know that things will workout? Will you lose a friend? This Friday we’re continuing our series on how Jesus can take over our community. We will be talking about how to have crucial conversations with those we are in conflict with so that both sides can win. See you Friday!

What’s your conflict style?

Hey everyone! This Friday we’ll be continuing our series on how Jesus can take over our community. We have a great youth group community! Does that mean we always see eye-to-eye? This week we’re going to discover together how our different conflict styles interact, and how we can strengthen our group together. See you Friday!

Welcome Night this Friday!

Hey everyone! Each year we do a back to school welcome night full of messy games. This Friday will be all about boba! Everyone’s favorite chewy, goey milk tea will be our tasty central theme! Bring some friends, bring clothes that can get messy, and bring your game face. 

Community: Seeing the Good.

Hey everyone! We are continuing through our series on community. Last week we talked about how we can let Jesus take over our community through the way we love those who feel left out. This week we’re going to discover how we can care for one another though good and true encouragement. When life gets hard, it’s easy to only see what’s wrong. Jesus came to give us hope. That hope lives in our community.

Hey everyone! Forest Home is 5 days away! Here’s a reminder of all the info you’ll need to remember. Junior high will be the Yellow team. This means you will want to bring yellow things to wear. The brighter the better.  High school will be the Blue team. Also, high school will have a special dinner that is black and white themed. So pack lots of blue things, and one black and white outfit. We will be leaving Journey this Sunday at 1:15pm. Please arrive before 1pm. Lunch will be provided at 12pm if your students would like to eat with the group beforehand. We will be arriving back at Journey on Friday August 3 around 12:30pm. Here’s what’s suggested to pack: – Clothes for 5 days. – Extra clothes anyway. – Swimming clothes. – Toiletries and towel. – Sleeping bag and pillow. – Sunscreen. – Shoes and sandals. – Bible and pen. – Flashlight. – Water bottle. See you Friday! – Elliott

God uses all of us.

Hey everyone! This week we will continue hearing from members of our Youth Ministry Team about what it means for Jesus to take over their lives. Each Friday I’ll be interviewing a different YMT member about who they are, what they were like as a teenager, and the ways God has been teaching and growing them. It’s going to be exciting

Summer YMT Sharing

Hey everyone! This summer we’ll be hearing from members of our Youth Ministry Team about what it means for Jesus to take over their lives. Each Friday I’ll be interviewing a different YMT member about who they are, what they were like as a teenager, and the ways God has been teaching and growing them. It’s going to be exciting! See you Friday! – Elliott

Chili Night this Friday

This Friday we’re eating chili! Bring your secret family recipe, invent a new one, or prepare a side dish. Bring a friend too! Journey’s kitchen will be open this Friday at 3pm if you’d like to cook on campus. The eating starts at 6:30!

Grad Night This Friday!

Our 2018 Graduate Celebration Dinner will be this Friday at 6pm at Journey. Invite your family! We’ll be having tacos and boba, and spending time celebrating our graduates. Cost will be $10 per person. Graduating 8th graders and seniors are free! We will be finishing around 8pm.

Will we continue to trust God?

In our current Exodus series we’ve traveled with God’s people from slavery, to freedom, to the desert wilderness, all the while doubting the goodness of God’s plan. This week we will takes steps with them towards the promised land. Can we continue to trust God as He asks us to take steps of faith? Can we learn from our past experiences in order to let God take over our lives?