Sunday Morning Impact
Impact is a worship experience designed just for students in 6th - 12th grades, during each adult service time. It is full of crazy games, videos, a relevant message just for teens, and table discussion. Students will walk away every Sunday with the tools needed to honor God and make a difference on Monday - Saturday.
What We're Sharing Now
We were all designed to ask questions. As toddlers, we constantly asked, "Why?" But as we get older, asking too many questions is often discouraged — especially when those questions are about our faith. But in this 4-week series, we'll talk about how having questions (and even doubts) about God might not be as scary or as shameful as we thought, because you're not alone in your questions, God doesn't shame us for our questions, our questions don't always get answered, and Godly people can help us with our questions.
During the school year students come together with other students their own age in a small group environment led by our trained adult leaders. These groups foster community, friendships, accountability, and spiritual growth. Students are challenged to grow in their spiritual maturity and relationship with the Lord as they dig into scripture and discuss topics relevant to their stage of life.
At the beginning of each semester we have online sign-ups available. A few weeks after the new semester you can sign your student up by simply taking them to their small group locations and signing them up with the small group leader or staff member on site.
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Here at Parkway we value Missions, and our Student Ministry is proud to help lead the way. We truly believe missions begins right here in the local church with each student making a decision to serve others and show the love of Christ! Through trips, serving events, and our country of the month campaign we hope to broaden the perspective students have of the world around us as well as their own community. It’s exciting to see our student’s change the very community we live in, by being the hands and feet of Christ.