Loving Students to Life

At, gsYouth our passion is Loving Students to Life. We focus on real life change in the lives of students in 6th-12th grade by teaching about the radical love of Christ. Our Middle School & High School Ministry is all about seeing students owning their faith and joining God on His mission. From the brand new believer to the student who was raised in church and has an intimate relationship with the Father, we believe that the truest way to grow is through practical discipleship, teaching, and community. We would love for you to join us as we seek God together! Will you join us?


Middle School

(6th – 8th grade)

Our Middle School Students meet every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. next/near our Coffee Shop outside the Auditorium. From there, they will go into the service together and worship with the entire church. Before the message, they will exit and split up into Community Groups by grade and meet for the remainder of the service. Also on Sunday Mornings, our students all sit together in the Student Section (first rows of the middle section) of the Auditorium during the 10:45 a.m. service. Wednesday nights we have The Gathering from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in The Venue. This is a time of corporate worship, teaching, and community building. Feel free to “LIKE” our gsYouth Facebook page!

High School

(9th – 12th grade)

High School Meets several times throughout the week. On Sunday Mornings, the 10:45 a.m. service, our students all sit together in the Student Section (first row of middle section) of the Auditorium. Sunday Nights at 6:00 p.m. our Community Groups meet in Host Homes for a more intimate time of discipleship and fellowship. Wednesday nights we have The Gathering from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in The Venue. This is a time of corporate worship, teaching, and community building. Feel free to “LIKE” our gsYouth Facebook page!


Summer Mission Trips 2019

DAYTON, OHIO | JULY 7 – 13, 2019

Middle & High School Students – Cost is $650
This year we are partnering with Leadertreks to head to Dayton, Ohio.  While in Dayton we will be running a VBS for refugee children as well as doing a work project for refugee families or Christ the King church. This trip will challenge, grow, and impact you like never before!  You are eligible for this trip if you are in Middle school or High school.


High School Students – Cost is $800
Join LeaderTreks on the edge of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation as we come alongside local ministries in their effort to serve their community.  With the rugged landscape of the American west as your backdrop, you will have the opportunity to address real, physical needs of both the Native American and local ranching community.  Every effort your team makes to address these physical needs is a chance to impact spiritual needs and share the love of Christ.  Your team will also be able to jump into and facilitate unique relational ministry events through these local churches.

Stories / quotes from last year’s mission trips (2018):

Katie Martin // Impact Kzoo

I like to think of my self as really sociable, but I’m not always comfortable to talk to strangers in an unfamiliar setting. Impact really helped me to reach out to everyone around me, no matter where we were. I’m really glad that God helped to to do that, because I’ve been able to have amazing experiences with people that I didn’t know I could have.

On the very last prayer walk, I was amazed to see how many people got baptized, and I was so glad that God used our team to help make a difference in other peoples lives. God has helped me through the whole entire trip, like when I was asked to pray in front of a big group of people, half of them I didn’t know. He gave me the courage to say yes, even though I was really scared! After I finished, a lady came up to me and asked how I had the courage to pray in front of all those people. If I hadn’t said yes, I would have missed out on an awesome conversation about a lady who wanted the courage to stand up for what she believed.

Before Impact, I was shy about truly worshipping. I would feel awkward if I put up my hands, like people were going to judge me. God taught me that I should worship anyway that I wanted, not caring about what others are doing. When we had worship at Impact, I learned that fully praising God is awesome, and surrounded by people that want to do the same, was even better. Since then, I have been raising my hands every time we sing.

Thank you so much for allowing me to go on this trip, it was truly life changing. Having you as my prayer walk leader was amazing, you introduced me to so many people and you really kept me encouraged, especially when things got tough. I am really looking forward to coming next year!

Andrew Hibma // Impact Kzoo & Pawley’s Island, SC

One way this trip stretched me was in my trust in God for my physical safety. This was especially stretched when I was told by my prayer walk team to visit the E.R. with some of the team to pray for people waiting for the doctors. I was very challenged and forced to trust God in that situation because I was not sure what kind of people we would run into. Surprisingly, EVERYONE wanted prayer and water! It was such a blessing to see God use us to bring light and hope to those people! There was even one man that came to tears while we were praying over him! One thing God taught me that week was to never under estimate what He can do in every situation!

Marlaina Arledge // Pawley’s Island, SC

This trip really stretched my leadership skills, not only in growth, but in how to submit to others. On the worksite there were people placed as my leader for a certain project and it was very hard not to step up and take charge.

I think that there were two big God moments on the trip. One was personal and one everybody on the trip could see. My personal one was having a day with no anxiety. I had been praying for a day without it and came to realize during team time at the end of the day that that day had been a day with no anxiety. The one everybody could see was when Nolan and Koby came Wednesday evening. I don’t remember who said it, but somebody said, “our family is back together again.” And it was so true. Bonnie’s passing had been such a hard thing for all of us. We had to go without them and they had to stay and mourn without us. We left a piece of our family and they had to stay without their family.

The one thing that the Lord taught me was that we are a family. And family relies on each other, they build each other up. They spend time with each other and they care for one another. If one member is hurting, the other members step up and care for the hurting member. Family is such an important aspect of gsYTH that I can’t imagine my life without this family and I can’t imagine our lives without each other.

Upcoming gsYouth Events


Celebration Sunday

10:45 am — 1:30 pm
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Family Meal Wednesday

6:00 pm — 8:00 pm
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The Gathering (Fall Kick-off)

7:00 pm — 8:30 pm
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