Our student ministries is dedicated to provide safe and supportive opportunities in which youth can come together to explore and develop their relationship in Jesus Christ through interactive Biblical teaching, exciting activities and life changing service opportunities.
Mission Trip Lunch
Sunday, October 22, 11:15 am -1:00 pm - Fellowship Hall
This past summer 26 students and leaders traveled up to northern Arizona to Navajo Nation to serve God and the community. Join us on October 22 as we share our experiences, life lessons, stories and authentic Navajo tacos with you. See and hear first-hand how God worked in the lives of students and their leaders during this amazing week. We will be receiving a free will offering to help defer the cost of dinner.
Interested in knowing about our 2018 mission trip, join us to be the first to find out where Pinnacle will be going next Summer. For more information, to RSVP for lunch (not needed but helpful) or to volunteer to help please email Frank by Wednesday, October 18.
Glow in the Dark Mini Golf, 6th-12th grade
Sunday, October 22, 3:00 - 6:30 pm
Cost is $25 ($15 for mini golf and $10 for dinner)
Meet at the church
Jr. and Sr. High Students: join us for an afternoon of fun and fellowship. After golf, we will grab dinner before heading back to the church. Students should wear as much neon/fluorescent colors as they can. Friends are always welcome. Please RSVP to Frank by Wednesday, October 18.
Church School is a place for those students who are spiritually thirsty to come and thirst no more. Like the Samaritan woman who encounters Jesus at the well and is forever changed.
Sunday Night Experience
Our Sunday Night Experience is a time where students can come together to share their talents whether musically, through study, or missions as we learn to live into our calling to be a light in the world.
Engage is a mid-week program designed to reach students where they are spiritually, while as a community we figure out how to better engage the world in which we live.
Confirmation Class is designed to help 8th-12th graders who have not made a public profession of faith in Christ as Lord and Savior, explore the many questions that come with taking this leap of faith.
Jr. High Winter Retreat
Each year, our Junior Highers get away for a weekend to spend time connecting to God and to one another. It is great time for fun, games and adventures.
The purpose of the Boy Scouts is to develop leadership skills through service projects, learning and proficiency badges, and various outdoor activities.