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CHOSEN - High School Ministry is for 9th-12th graders. We meet every Wednesday night during the school year (except holidays) from 7:30-8:45 p.m. Introducing a new night and new format for Student Ministry at Bethlehem! This group meets following Middle School up in Nees Hall. Our once church, converted into a multipurpose Student Ministry Space!
RAD - Middle School Midweek Our Weekly Gathering for 6th - 8th graders meets every Wednesday in our central Commons from 6:15-7:30 p.m. Our focus is on direct Bible teaching based on the tenants of the Lutheran Faith with an emphasis on small group discussion! It's a fun faith building experience!
Introducing a new night and new format for Student Ministry at Bethlehem!
New Night | New Locations
Beginning January 14, 2015 we launched a new mentor-based Student Ministry Night at Bethlehem each Wednesday night beginning with Middle School at 6:15pm in the New Commons. High School will follow at 7:30pm in the newly updated Nees Hall. Both Middle and High School Students meet weekly during the school year!
Our goal is to move ministry forward to capture the head and the heart. We want students to know, believe, and put their faith into action. We will partner Young Adults with High School students, and High School students with Middle School students while Mature Christians invest in the overall teaching and spiritual training.
Six core values form the foundation for this new ministry:
Acceptance | Christ at the Center | Community | Discipleship | Dynamic | Relationships|
Purpose and Goals Summary
- Cultivate faith in the lives of Middle School and High School students to "Build faith that sticks now and lasts beyond High School”
- Everyone at Bethlehem can invest in some way in the lives of our students.
- Our Goal is that every student is Mentored and in turn, Mentoring, to create knowledge and go deeper to impact the heart. ~ We want students to believe and live out the truth of the Gospel ~
- Ultimately students will become leaders pouring into the lives of other students.
> > >Discipleship Pathway – "You are guided up the mountain as you become a Sherpa to lead others.”