Student Ministries

The student ministries at College Place exist to CONNECT students to a real and personal relationship with God through SIGNIFICANT RELATIONSHIPS with others.
Students are highly relational. If you offered a student an opportunity to be a part of something incredible, no matter how great it is, more times than not you would be asked, “Who else is going?” Students, like many adults, define their world by those who participate in it with them.
Our student ministry focuses our efforts to reach and disciple students through the lens of relationships – for us, all of our efforts come down to involvement in small groups. Each program and effort points students to participation in a small group and beyond that to serving Christ by putting others’ needs before their own (Philippians 2:1-8).
When does the Student Ministry meet?MYF (Methodist Youth Fellowship) is our primary program. Relationships are ultimately how a student defines his or her world. We choose to leverage these relationships to teach, train and equip students in their walk with Christ. Each Sunday night from 5-7, our Middle School students meet and from 6:30-8, our high school students meet.
What happens on Sunday mornings?For Junior High (grades 6-8)
On a typical Sunday morning, you can expect to find junior high students in room 13 during the 10 a.m. Sunday School hour. During this time students are challenged with a relevant Biblical message from God’s Word that has one specific application point.
For High School (grades 9-12)
On a typical Sunday morning, you can expect to find high school students in the Fieldhouse during the 10 a.m. Sunday School hour. During this time, students have the opportunity to relax and hang out with some friends in our youth center. Following that relaxing time, students are challenged with a relevant Biblical message from God’s Word that has one specific application point.