MCC Student Ministry exists to connect teenagers to teenagers, teenagers to mentors, and, most importantly, teenagers to God
Want to know more about our ministry? We put together a "Parent Handbook" that includes everything you need to know about MCC Student Ministries. It includes an outline of our ministry, our goals, our game plan, and other important information. Click the button below to see this handbook.
Weekly Youth Meetings
Wednesday from 7:15-8:30 pm
What to expect?
A purposeful time for students to play games like 9-square, carpet ball, cornhole, foosball, ping pong, or more with each other. Or just take a seat on some of our comfy couches and connect with students and leaders.
7:30-7:45 Game Time:
Every week we have a game right before our lesson. Sometimes the game is just fun and silly to help students realize this is an accepting place. Other times it's to challenge students outside of their comfort zones. And other times the games are directly related to the lesson.
Each week we teach relevant, age-appropriate and to the point Bible-centered lessons revolving around the 4 key spiritual habits of Spending time with others, spending time with God, using your gifts, and sharing your story.
7:55-8:30 Relational Time:
We believe that one of the most important parts of youth ministry is the relationships. We know some teens will connect with others best by playing a game while other teenagers will connect better in a small group environment. Depending on the message and the group the second half of youth group may look like a small group getting together, or an organized game, or free time for the teenagers to build relationships on their own terms. No matter what this time looks like the goal will always be to build relationships between teenager to teenage, teenager to a leader, and ultimately teenager to God.
The MCC Student Ministry desires to come alongside of the parents in order to encourage them in their parenting journey by providing:
Monthly Email: Once a month we will send an email will upcoming events, an outline of our teaching series, helpful articles/videos, and feedback questions.
Surveys: Throughout the year we will be sending you a survey to fill out that will give us helpful feedback so we can best serve you and your family.
Counseling:Listening, interpreting behavior, providing resources, Biblical Counsel and family crisis support.
Discussion Groups: A night for parents to get together and share their wins, struggles, wisdom, and ask questions with other parents.
Family Game Nights: A fun night for the whole family to come together with other families and just have fun playing games.