The passion of Woodburn Baptist Student Ministry is to teach, model, and provide opportunities for experiences that lead to a life of transformation and purpose. Our goal is
to see teens who are far from God brought into a growing relationship with
Christ and then be sent out on mission for Jesus. By the time a teenager graduates from high school they should have the tools and desire necessary for continuous growth in their relationship with God, be connected to others in the church who model what it is to
live for and love Christ, and go out into the world and make disciples. 

 

 
Crossings Camp
June 18-22, 2017
 

Parents Information

Thank you for your interest in your student attending Teen Camp June 18-22, 2017 at Crossings. Your students spot will be reserved upon receipt of the $75 non-refundable deposit, and you will receive an additional confirmation message as well. The total cost of camp is $290 for your first teenager and $145 for your 2nd and so on. If you have any questions please call (270) 202-1244. Please complete the parents information section and the student information section for every student attending.

Students Information

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Click here for a direct link to Secure Give to pay online OR you can write a check, place in an envelope, write “Teen Camp – (Student’s Name)” in the memo line, and place in the offering plate. 
 

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Youth Worship: This is our large group meeting time that is full of energy, fun, youth-led worship, and relevant messages designed tomeet youth where they are.

When: Wednesday Nights from 6:00-7:30 pm

Where: 1st Floor in the NEXT Center

Who: 7th-12th Grade
 
 
 
 
Small Groups: Our small groups have the goal of connecting teens together in a safe environment to foster friendships, teach Biblical principles, and find the encouragement and support to live out a Christ-like life. This is the heart of our youth ministry. Life-change happens best in the framework of a small group. 
 
*Parents need to fill out the Student Profile and Small Group Registration in order to connect their student with a small group.

Student Impact: This is an increasingly  important area of our student ministry. Students can lead in various ministries throughout the church. If a teen wants to serve as a small group leader for children, run sound, be a greeter, run lights in a service, etc. the desire can be filled. Students can also serve as leaders of their own ministry helping the student pastor with the operation of the student ministry, as well as, the direction of the ministry. If a student is interested in serving they need to talk to Matt or their small group leader. 

FAQ’s:
 
What is Youth Worship?
This is our Wednesday night large group worship experience for students in 7th-12th grade. This program includes worship, biblical teaching, small groups, and tons of fun. We also have three large annual events: DNow (March), Camp (June), Fall Retreat (September).
 
How are small groups formed?
We create groups based on gender and grade. Our desire is that students have friends in their small groups because the level of accountability and the depth of relationships increase when students see friends from their small groups on a daily or weekly basis. Each group is formed differently, and we will work with you to create the best experience possible.
 
How are students connected to a small group?
Each Wednesday night, first-time students are invited to attend Connect immediately following the speaker presentation in large group. Connect is a place where students can ask questions, learn more about Ignite, and take steps to get placed in a small group the next time they attend. 
Each Sunday morning at 9:45am, first-time students are invited to attend a small group of their friends or a small-group of their gender and grade division. Here they will be able to connect, learn more about what we do at Woodburn, and take steps to get placed in a small group the next time they attend.
 
How do students serve in the church? 
We call our student servant ministry Student Impact. This is the program that helps students find their opportunities to serve in JAM City Kids, JAM City Jr., or many other avenues on Sunday mornings. Whether it’s setting up, leading a small group, or helping run production, there are many ways to get involved. Students who want to serve should tell their small group leaders.