OUR DISCIPLESHIP OPPORTUNITIES & PROGRAMS:
NAVIGATORS AKA "NAVS" (STUDENTS GRADES 6-9)
Navigators or "NAVS" (as our students call it), brings a whole different approach to the average "youth group night." NAVS is a very intentional discipleship program that develops students to grow deeper in their Faith. As students develop through NAVS and become juniors and seniors in high school, they can then turn around and invest in younger students coming up through. In order to get good at anything you have to practice it, the same is true with discipleship. NAVS is a safe environment for students to grow in their Faith and practice discipleship. Leaders will guide students in understanding how to apply biblical principles to their own lives to help navigate their own journey of becoming more like JESUS.
NAVS MEETS EVERY WED FROM 6:30-8:30PM
LOCATION- GRACE CAMPUS. 163 W FREDERICK ST. MILLERSVILLE, PA
UNDERGROUND (STUDENTS GRADES 7-12)
Want to know what it means to go deeper in your Faith? Go "underground" with us on Sunday Mornings as we explore what it truly means to be followers of Jesus. Students will be challenged to look deeper at their own Faith journey as our leaders help them wrestle with the major issues they face everyday. When you go underground you discover what it is you truly believe about Jesus. It is from there that you live out your identity in the real world. Our focus is on helping young men and women become more like Christ in all aspects of their lives.
UNDERGROUND MEETS TWICE A MONTH ON SUNDAYS
FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH- MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH- HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
LOCATION- HOPE CAMPUS. 242 BeNDER RD, WASHINGTON BORO
RISE (STUDENTS GRADES 9-12)
RISE is an intensive discipleship program for high school students that puts major emphasis on leadership development. RISE is all about equipping young men and women to be leaders in the real world. Students will be actively taught and mentored as they explore what it means to lead for Christ in a world that often seems to be going in the other direction. We like to meet in different places, hear from different people and try new things each week. Students also get the opportunity to take hands-on and REAL leadership roles in different projects and activities.
RISE MEETS MONDAYS FROM 7-9PM
LOCATION- HOPE CAMPUS (242 BENDER RD, MILLERSVILLE)
DNA GROUPS (STUDENTS GRADES 6-12)
What is a “DNA Group?” A DNA Group is something that most students already have and may not even realize it. It is that group of people and friends they are always hanging out with. What happens when the life schedules of most of the students in these groups don’t work with the timing of gatherings and programs we have put in place? The formation or realization of DNA Groups allow students to identify the opportunities for discipleship that are right in front of them. Rather than make Church an “added thing” to their busy schedule, what would it look like to integrate discipleship into everyday life with the people that surround you? DNA Groups pick the days and times that work for them to meet. It could be at the Church with our leaders, going on a hike or walking down the road to Sheetz. No matter what we are doing these are opportunities to talk about Jesus and grow closer to HIM.
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THE PROCESS FUTSAL ACADEMY (AGES 8-16)
"Futsal" is fast paced indoor soccer that allows players to develop their skills and stay sharp during the cold winter months. A Futsal ball is a special type of soccer ball that doesn't bounce, which allows for fast paced and controlled play. This isn't just an "average" camp or program. This is a 2 month (January-Feb) academy run by experienced coaches and teachers of the game. Players will receive individual attention, high caliber training and experience the fun of competition in small sided play. Each player is guaranteed at least 1000 touches on a ball per session. This academy has a greater purpose than to just teach players.
The money raised from the academy goes to our scholarship fund which allows students to go to summer camps and programs that they would otherwise be unable to attend.