At Sanctuary Junior High we believe that our young people should be loving life. It should be a fun, challenging, eye-opening adventure. Students are just beginning to build their identity, and we want to see them find it in Christ. On Wednesday nights from 6:30 – 7:45pm we will help each student grow in their understanding of God and the Bible. Our nights our focused on moving Jr High students into a real, tangible relationship with God. We want them to understand that He is alive in their lives, not just a character from a book.
For more info contact Pastor Mitch firstname.lastname@example.org
Theme for 2020: Family Matters – Our vision for the Jr High students of Sanctuary this year is that they have a group where they know they belong. Building strong relationships with each other and supportive leaders, we are praying for an unprecedented environment that encourages each student to dig in and believe that together we can watch our world change. At Sanctuary we start at home, this year we want all our students to carry the motto that at Sanctuary, Family Matters.
Sanctuary Youth Sr. High (Gr. 9-12)
Best Night Of The Week
We are the Peace Makers; We are Sanctuary. Sanctuary Youth is a Thursday environment designed for high school students. If you’re curious about faith and eager to discover how a relationship with Jesus could change your life, your school, and our city…this is the night for you.
It includes a live band, practical teaching and guided group discussion. InsideOut small groups are led by adults committed to equipping students to successfully navigate high school and develop a faith of their own.
Sanctuary meets on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7) in the Youth room located on the second floor of Bethel Pentecostal Church.
For more info contact Pastor Mitch at email@example.com
Theme for 2020: Family Matters – With Christian Clubs running strong in high schools across our city. We are asking our students to own their faith this year, but not on their own. This year our goal is that each student would have a deep meaningful relationship with God and a place that they can call home. Encouragement, unconditional love and trust in one another are the three core characteristics that our high school students have decided will define us this year. God has adopted us all and so we truly believe that Family Matters.