STUDENTS AT MHCC
Studies have shown that during the teen years our children are trying to figure out who they are and where they belong. As they try to answer these questions, you very often see change – often drastic change – in their styles, friends, behavior and attitudes. As they undergo these changes, my goal and hope for our student ministry is to help them to work through and discover the answers to these questions.
We focus on helping students own their faith, understand how it relates to real life, and learn how to actually live it. We do this through student-led worship, dynamic teaching, large group activities and consistent small group interaction.
We focus on helping students to develop knowledge and understanding of Scripture as a whole while working through a seven-year plan covering the major themes of the Bible.
DON’T MISS THIS!
There are two events – Lake Champion Retreat and 30-Hour Famine – that shouldn’t be missed. Not only do they have a strong impact on students’ faith, they often move them from feeling disconnected to a place of belonging within the group. Shared experiences develop relationships, and the more meaningful the experience, the more meaningful the relationship. See below for more information.
Dynamic teaching and awesome worship
Activities and tournaments
Profound impact and life-change
Global hunger awareness
Personal reflection and prayer
Dollars raised for kids without food
Local service projects