We're all about
becoming a community of students whose hearts are fully committed to God.
We believe choices are important, and the choices your students are making right now are ones that will change the way they live, grow, view the world, who they become in the future and how they interact with the world around them right now. That's why we get so pumped about partnering with you to connect them to the God who created them, loves them and has a purpose for them right now. We are confident that God will do great things in and through these students if they will simply say yes.
sunday nights | 5:30-7:30
AWAKEN is the best way to start your week!
All 6-12 grade students are invited to come hang out with us and play corn hole,
ping pong, nine square, dodgeball, grab a drink at the cafe with friends, and more!
We end each night with singing and splitting off from HSM for an inspiring +
challenging message straight from God's
Word! We have lots of great adults who invest in students at AWAKEN and
they've all passed an application and background check process!
OPEN BIBLE | 9:00am-10:20am
Location - The Alley
There's plenty of time to hang out with friends, play a game
of air hockey, or grab a snack before we dive into the Word
of God together. Bring your Bible if you have one! If not, we
got you covered!
MAIN SERVICE | 10:40am-12:00pm
Location - Celebration Center
Sit with your family, a friend, or a big group as we worship
together and hear an intentional Sermon straight from God's
This is what it's all about.
Wednesday nights | 6:30-8:00
We believe that Life is better together and that we are meant to be connected to others in close community, so we want to connect our students to authentic relationships that lead to spiritual transformation. We believe that life-change happens best in the context of relationships and consistent community where we are authentically known (James 5:16, Romans 15:7), loved (Romans 12:9-10), cared for (Philippians 2:4), pursued (Romans 12:9-10), encouraged (1 Thessalonians 5:14, Hebrews 3:13) and challenged to be consistently connected to Christ (John 15:15).