The Student Ministry at MC3 Church offers middle and high school students the opportunity to become Fully Devoted to Jesus in different settings each week. Our goal is to provide students with the means to worship our Savior, Jesus Christ, to grow in discipleship, and to serve our Father and community in ways that will honor the Lord as they develop a lasting foundation of faith. (Perfect)
If you have any questions or just need to talk to someone, contact Student Minister Will Tyler.
Middle School Programming
Weekly worship and teaching focus on relevant issues, and small group gatherings offer time to talk, pray together and develop close friendships. This fun, casual environment is an ideal place where middle school students can invite friends to join them.
High School Programming
We challenge high school students to own their faith and live it out every day with relevant teaching, passionate worship and small group discussion. Students ask questions and learn from each other in a safe, accepting environment, building close friendships.
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. – Large Group Gathering for 6th-12th Grades in the lobby at Parkview High School.
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. – Middle and High School students either attend the sanctuary worship service or serve in various areas of the MC3 Kids Ministry (those who have completed the necessary training)
Sunday at 4 p.m. during school year – The Livin Room is our Sunday night student service. This is a time when our students come together to fellowship and grow spiritually together. At 4 p.m., we start with dinner and rec time. Around 5, we have a message and break into C-Groups, our name for life groups. Each C-Group is age and gender specific.
Helping other people is what Christ did to create a personal relationship with those around Him. Our ministry of teenagers and leaders try to follow Jesus’ example of service. We offer many opportunities for middle and high school students to connect with people. Some of these events count towards fundraising for their summer church-sponsored trips. This helps the neighborhood, congregation, and especially their parents!