Summit Preteen

COVID-19 Update

Summit Preteen is opening part of its ministry beginning in July. 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. Due to COVID-19, we are continuing to be cautious as we resume gathering together in person. For these reasons we will be meeting outside during the summer, weather permitting. 

In light of the current situation surrounding COVID-19, here are a few of the precautionary steps we are taking during our summer programming:

  1. As weather permits, we continue to meet outside.
  2. The snacks we provide for our students are all pre-packaged.
  3. We encourage parents and students to use their own discretion when it comes to participating in our gatherings, and we welcome any student to wear a mask if they so desire.
  4. There may be situations or certain interactions where we may ask for students to wear masks. If this is the case, we will attempt to clearly communicate this to you.


Preteen Facebook Group

Are you in the preteen Facebook group? This is a private group for preteens and parents to interact with each other, and get news and updates for this ministry.

How do you join? Get in touch with Nakita Walter on Facebook or FB Messenger and she'll get you connected. 


  • Wednesday Night Preteen Every Wednesday 6:30-8 PM

    Wednesday Night Preteen challenges 5th and 6th grade students to believe and live out the Gospel in their lives. This group setting encourages Preteens to connect and have fun while fostering deeper conversations. Preteens meet at Summit Church from 6:30-8PM each Wednesday starting September 2. For more details email us here

  • Sunday Morning Class Currently Postponed

    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.  


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.