Summit Preteen has moved ministry online in order to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. We're doing our best to share resources, and make connection points online so that our preteen students can still learn, grow, and encourage each other during this time.
Small Group Kicks of on Zoom Wednesday, April 1, at 6PM (register here)
Challenge going on NOW!
To kick off the Preteen small group, you can participate in the Preteen challenge that is going on now. For this scavenger-hunt style challenge, take a picture of each item on the list below (you must be in the picture) and have your parents send me those pictures to Nakita on Facebook Messenger. Nakita will keep track of all the points and two winners will be announced on Zoom Live. You MUST be present on Zoom to win! Videos for bonus points must be submitted via FB as well. All photos and bonus point videos must be submitted by 4 PM on Wednesday, April 1. Good luck!
Saturday, April 4, from 6-8PM
Nakita created an invite-only game on a private server (meaning no strangers allowed). This gives preteens a time of encouragement and fun! Minecraft is a cross-play platform, which means students can play together on various gaming systems. Parents are welcome to join. Text Nakita for details 574-993-0750.
Saturday, April 4, from 6-8PM. Nakita created an invite-only game on a private server (meaning no strangers allowed). This gives preteens a time of encouragement and fun! Minecraft is a cross-play platform, which means students can play together on various gaming systems. Parents are welcome to join. Text Nakita for details 574-993-0750.
Preteen Class meets Sunday Mornings during first service (9AM) throughout the school year in Meeting Room B with Mike and Lydia Baker. This class will help preteens work through truths about God, the Christian faith, and what they are dealing with right now - issues like bullying, emotions, and family relationships.
This happens through a three-step process:
By bridging the foundation of the Christian faith to real life, we help preteens move from concrete learning to abstract thinking and application.
We help preteens develop Christ-centered relationships that will help them grow in their faith and live out God-created community.
SERVE THE WORLD:
Jesus was a servant and calls us to be the same. We put others' needs ahead of our own by giving time and resources to each other, our community, and beyond.