High School Ministry

Overview

The goals of high school ministry are two-fold:

  1. To support and strengthen the faith life of each student by helping them deepen their understanding of both their faith and their identity as baptized children of God through studying and wrestling with the doctrines and practices of the Christian faith as found in God's word and equipping them to better defend and practice it.

  2. To support and strengthen students as they serve as integrated members of Calvary.

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High School Sunday School

During our Sunday morning education hour, high school students meet in the youth room for an in-depth study of God's word as they move verse by verse through various books of the Bible.

High School students are currently studying the Gospel of John.

High School Youth Nights

Throughout the year, high school students are invited to come together once a month to build relationships with each other, have fun, and learn from God's word. This year high school students will spend time studying Jesus' parables and the power stories have in our lives. 

 
High School Mission Trip

Every summer we take our high school students (and 8th graders going into high school the following fall) to another part of the country to serve those in need through Group Mission Trips.

 

Group Mission Trips offers youth home repair mission trips known as Group Workcamps. At Group Workcamps, hundreds of teenagers from youth groups across the country repair and transform homes while deepening their faith and building new relationships with their peers and youth leaders.

 

Their home repair mission trips are mid-sized gatherings with up to 400 teenage participants that focus specifically on residential home repair. The types of home repair projects range from painting to building decks and wheelchair ramps, and other general home repairs, but the service projects often are secondary to the spiritual growth that happens when teenagers step out of their own worlds and serve those in need. Beyond the physical transformation that happens in communities, teenagers bring the hope and light of Jesus to the residents they serve.

 

During a home repair mission trip, participants generally stay at a local school that is full of fun and energy throughout the week as they engage in indoor and outdoor games, share meals together, and participate in worship and teaching in morning and evening programs.

This summer we're heading to Gilbert, SC from June 18th - June 27th, 2021