Tri-Village Student Ministry (6th-12th grades) exists to INVITE and ACCEPT youth into a community of faith to WORSHIP God and SERVE others so that they may DISCOVER God's purpose for their lives. The Student Ministry website is www.tvstudentministry.org.
Ways to Participate
SUNDAY SCHOOL | Sundays (9:50am)
On Sunday mornings, we meet to dig deeper into God's Word. There is a class for 6th grade only (Room 208), a class for 7th & 8th graders (Room 202), and a High School class for 9th-12th graders (Room 201). All are designed to bring students into a closer relationship with God and one another.
ELEVATE (6th-8th Grade) | Sundays (5:30-7pm)
Elevate is Tri-Village's Sunday night Middle School program fro 6th-8th graders. it is a chance to hang out, play some games, and connect with one another. it also includes a time to learn and discuss as we invite students to take their faith to the next level. It is throughout the school year on Sundays, 5:30-7pm.
GRAVITY (9th-12th Grade) | Sundays (7-8:30pm)
Gravity happens on Sunday nights from 7-8:30pm. It is a time for High School students to hangout, eat, and connect with God and other students through our small groups. It is open to 9th thru 12th grades. Gravity meets throughout the school year.
Summer camp, lockouts, retreats, mission trips, and service projects are just a few special events throughout the year. Stay up-to-date using one of the methods listed under the “Keeping Up…” section below.
Here are some ways to stay up-to-date with what is happening in the student ministry:
> Text Alerts: Students and parents can sign-up to receive texts
reminding individuals about upcoming events. Text “follow
trivillagesm” to 40404 to receive text alerts.
>Talk to your students if he or she is involved already. Many
times announcements will be made in a class or at an event.
There are a variety of volunteer opportunities available. If you have a heart for 6th-12th grade students and feel called to serve, we are always in need of people who are passionate about impacting the lives of students.