Relationship • Activate • Discipleship
Rooted Youth Ministry is a safe place where students build relationships, boldly activate their faith, and disciple others.
Rooted is the Youth Ministry for 6th-12th grade students here at Abiding Savior.
The Gathering (6th-12th grade) meets on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30pm, and is a great opportunity for students to study God’s Word and build relationships with their peers and leaders. At The Gathering, we sing together, learn together, discuss together, pray together, play together and of course, eat snacks.
Stay up to date with what we are studying and what activities we will be doing.
Confirmation (for anyone… but most start in 6th grade). A one year program to learn what it is we believe at Abiding Savior, and why. We meet on Wednesday Evenings from 5:30-6:30, and, over the course of the year, students will read through the New Testament, and study the 10 Commandments, The Apostles Creed, The Lord’s Prayer, Baptism, and the Lord’s Supper. For more information about Confirmation, head over to Confirmation Central.
Equipping (designed for High Schoolers and Adults) to continue to study and grow as a believer. These classes are offered on Sunday mornings, and cover a wide range of topics, including exegetical study, apologetics, christian living, and more. To see what classes are offered, head over to the Equipping Classes page.
If you’d like to come and visit any of these opportunities for youth, we’d love to have you! Fill out the form at the bottom of the page, and the Youth Director will get back to you with specific information, like dates and times.
Over the course of the year, there are dozens of events available to our youth to help them connect with their peers as well as other adults and children from our congregation, and to grow in faith and love. Some of the events we have include: service projects, retreats, lock-ins, game days, camps, campfires, snowboarding, and many others.
For the safety of our students, we do not have details for Youth Events posted on this webpage for public view. If you are looking for Event info, please contact the Youth Director (you can use the form below).
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