Our weekly gathering, Breakpoint, is designed for both middle and high school students where they can come to a safe place to experience a time of fellowship, fun, music, high-energy games, teaching, as well as the opportunity to interact through small group discussion. 

Wednesdays 7-9pm

Winter/Spring semester:

January 10 - June 6

No Breakpoint:

January 31

upcoming series

Here is what we are teaching...

  • Hello, my name is

    January 10-24. Examine Biblically.  Who are you, really? The answer may be simpler than you think. In this series, we’ll discover that when we look to God for the answer, we can live confidently knowing our identity is found in Him.

  • More than friends

    February 7-21. Connect Relationally. All relationships can be tricky, but none seem trickier in high school than the romantic ones. When a relationship moves from “friends” to “more than friends” status, things can get complicated in a hurry. In this series, as we look at what God’s says about how we treat others and how we allow them to treat us, we’ll see that being more than friends doesn’t have to be as complicated as it seems.

  • Know God

    February 28-March 21. Grow Spiritually. There’s no formula for knowing everything about God, but there are a few things you can do to get to know Him better. In this series, we’ll take a look at a few unique ways all of us can get to know God better.

  • Back to life

    March 28-April 4. Easter.  When life gets hard and things don’t turn out the way we hoped, it’s easy to believe that God is distant and that our story is over. But Easter reminds us that just the opposite is true. Through Easter we’ll discover that Jesus is a God who isn’t distant and hasn’t abandoned us. In fact, He’s always working to bring our stories back to life.

  • Haters

    April 11-25. Connect Relationally. We all have a tendency to judge and hate on others, but we often make those calls without all the facts. In other words, we can’t see the big picture. If we could, it’d probably be a lot easier to move from hating to understanding. Maybe that’s why the Bible makes it clear that when it comes to judgment, that call is God’s to make.