The Grove Student Ministry exists to be a safe place for teenagers in a world that makes a little less sense every single day. We know that we live in a hectic world where there are a lot of voices shouting for our attention. There are so many images, temptations, and pressures that bombard our students, and so our goal as a student ministry is simple: lead students and their families to know Jesus and join His mission.
A ‘Grove’ is a collection of trees who have one primary purpose: grow deep roots so they can grow up strong. The Grove Student Ministry wants to be a place where we grow our roots into God’s Word and where we grow up strong for Jesus Christ. We do all of that in community with other people who want to do the same thing. This community is constantly pursuing authentic relationships with one another.
We believe pursuing authentic relationships and community in small groups is essential for teens in 2017. That is why our main focus has shifted away from the large group gathering and onto the small group gathering. We have small groups (that last between 1.5 to 2 hours) that meet throughout the week in homes around our community to discuss how life and scripture intersect. We encourage our students and leaders to “do life” together and let the Gospel show up in everyday conversation.
For more information about one of our Home Groups, you can contact our Student Ministry Director, Drew Head email@example.com.
If you are going to choose one student ministry event to get your student involved with, we would strongly encourage everyone to be involved in a home group!
In addition to our home groups, we will meet in a large group setting twice a month. We are calling this gathering “246.” Why is it called 246? It is called 246 because we will meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at 6pm. This time will give students an avenue to worship through song, invite their friends to hear a Gospel message, connect with other students from other home groups and hopefully connect more students into a home group.
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If you are a parent and would like to know more about the Student Ministries here at CFCC, you can contact our Student Ministry Director, Drew Head firstname.lastname@example.org.
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