Sundays at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.


Designed to give students the lasting understanding that...

I am created to pursue a geniune relationship with God

I belong to Jesus and can define who I am by what He says

I exist every day to demostrate God's love to a broken world


We seek to fuel passion in the hearts of a teenager that will mobilize them to do what Jesus did when He stepped on this planet.

Affirm Identity

Creating a safe place to process their doubts so they can begin to reconstruct and own their own faith

Consistent Leaders

Your student will be connected with two consistent small group leaders for the year that truly care about your student and want to help you win as a parent

Sundays at 4:00 p.m.

412 Students provides topical series focused on the wonder of who God is, the discovery of who you are and how you relate to God, and the passion we should have for one another. Each series highlights one, two, or all three of these experiences in order to move students beyond information to a relational encounter with God through a large group/small group format.

The curriculum is designed to leave middle school and high school teens with the lasting understanding that:

  • I am created to pursue a geniune relationship with God
  • I belong to Jesus and can define who I am by what He says
  • I exist every day to demostrate God's love to a broken world

Small Groups

Middle School Boys (6th-8th)
Middle School Girls (6th-8th)
High School Boys (9th-12th)
High School Girls (9th-12th)

What We Are Teaching - All Access

All Access

Have you ever been to a concert? Maybe you had tickets for great seats. Maybe you were in the nosebleeds. Either way, you probably noticed that everyone had the same goal in mind, to get as close as possible. There’s just something about being near the band or near the artist that makes a great concert even more fun. But there’s a limit, right? No matter how good your tickets are, you can only get so close. There’s a velvet rope you can’t cross, a hall you can’t walk down, or a security guard you can’t stroll right past because those areas are reserved for certain people… special people—people with an all-access pass. Maybe you’ve felt the same way when it comes to God. Sure, you come to church and sing songs or listen, but there’s a limit to how close you can get. It’s almost like there’s a velvet rope around certain parts of our faith that tells us those parts are restricted to special people, to church-staff people, or to super-spiritual people. But what if that’s never what God intended? In this series we’ll explore what the Resurrection of Jesus really meant—for real people like us. And, we’ll discover that, because of Easter, we have an all-access pass to Him and to the life He has for us.

9 Apr 2017

Week 1

Jesus gives you all access to God.

There’s nothing better than an all-access pass. Whether it’s a backstage pass at a concert for your favorite band or a front row seat at the championship game for your favorite team, having all access makes a great experience even greater! Without an all-access pass there’s a limit to how close you can get—a hall you can’t walk down, a seat you can’t sit in, a rope you can’t cross. In other words, there’s something keeping you from truly getting up close and personal to the action. And at some point, most of us have probably felt the same way about God. Even though we show up at church, pray the prayers, and sing the songs, we feel like there’s something keeping us from getting as close to God as others seem to be. It’s as if we’re experiencing God from the cheap seats. But that’s not how God intended us to feel. In fact, God went out of His way to make sure that everyone could move past the barriers and get closer to Him. And as we’ll see this week, when we take hold of the all-access pass God’s offering us, there’s no longer anything holding us back from experiencing the greatest possible thing—a relationship with Him.

16 Apr 2017

Easter - NO 412

Easter - NO 412

23 Apr 2017

Week 3

God’s will for you is to be you and love others.

Have you ever heard someone talk about finding and following God’s will for your life? If you’ve spent much time around church at all, chances are you have! And when you did, you probably found yourself thinking one of two things: What in the world does that even mean? Or, How do I know what God’s will is? Finding and following God’s will seems like one of those things only super-committed Christians or really important church leaders have figured out. But the truth is that God has big things He hopes and wants for all of us, and you don’t have to be a Christian for 10 years or work at a church to figure out what those things are. Because of Jesus, we all not only have the ability to understand what God wants for our lives, but also the power to accomplish it. As we look one more time to the book of Hebrews this week, we’ll see that with Jesus’ help we can access God’s will for our lives and understand how He has uniquely equipped each one of us to live it out every day.