Sundays at Berea Student Ministry

Join us on Sundays at Berea Student Ministry
9:00 a.m. – Bible Study
6:00 p.m. – D-Groups

Wednesdays at The Crosswalk

Join us on Wednesdays at The Crosswalk (Student Ministry Building).

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Worship starts at 6:30 p.m.
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This is going to be one awesome weekend full of high intensity worship sessions, powerful times in the Word and in small groups, crazy fun around town, and a few surprises along the way.  Students will be staying in trusted church members’ homes with small group leaders.  We’ll have worship sessions at the church, and there will be some epic activities going on all weekend long.  The first 10 students to register online will receive VIP access.  Register online HERE or at the church beginning January 15.  Sign up to pray for the weekend HERE.

If you’re ready to take your walk with Jesus to the next level and to step up as an influencer at your school, at church, and in the community, this week is just for you.  We’re headed to Myrtle Beach for an epic 5 days of worship, discipleship, leadership development, and fun in the sun.  Open to 6-12th graders.  Limited slots available.

Cost:  $250 ($100 Deposit due March 29; $150 Balance due June 7)

Register online HERE.

Check out our promo video HERE.

The total cost for the trip is $399. A $100 deposit is due by April 5. The Student Ministry and the Music Ministry will also be putting on a dinner theater as a fundraiser for student missions. Every participant should make plans to attend; all those who participate in that fundraiser will have a share of the proceeds applied to the cost of their trip. Typically, enough funds are raised for students to receive $100 off their trip.

Here is the schedule for payments and mandatory training:

March 1: Dinner Theater from 4:00-8:00 p.m.

April 5: $100 Deposit and Application Due

April 26: Training from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Crosswalk (meal served)

May 10: $100 Payment and Character References Due

May 31: Training from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Crosswalk (meal served)

June 14: Remaining Balance*, Service Hours, and Gospel Conversations Due

July 8: Training from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the Crosswalk (meal served)

*All payments are non-refundable. The balance may be reduced due to proceeds from various fundraising efforts.

Download Application HERE.

Pay Deposit online HERE.


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We believe every teenager is on a journey. We want to come alongside you and equip you for that journey by leading you down a pathway.

Step 1: Wednesday Nights @ 6:30

Something incredible and powerful happens when teenagers gather together to worship Jesus.  High energy and action-packed, Wednesday nights provide a place for us to connect with Christ and one another.  They are also an awesome time to check out our student ministry or to invite someone to church for the first time. Live band, food, games, giveaways, and time in God’s Word—come see for yourself why we like to say, “Wednesday night is the best night of the week.”

Step 2: Sunday Morning Bible Study @ 9:00

Following Jesus was never meant to be a solo activity; we were wired to grow as disciples in the context of community.  We need each other, and that’s what Sunday Mornings are all about.  We meet in our grades to study God’s Word and to do life together, going deeper in the Word and in relationships.  Stick around afterward and join us for Morning Worship.

Step 3: Sunday Night D-Groups @ 6:00

God didn’t design us to stay still.  He is always calling us into deeper relationship with Him and with one another. We believe that happens as we begin to study God’s Word for ourselves and open up with one another about where we are on our journey.  Sunday nights are for students who are ready to take their relationship with Jesus to the next level.  We read five chapters from the Bible during the week and then gather together on Sunday nights in gender-specific discipleship groups (D-Groups) to share a meal and to discuss what God has been doing in our lives through His Word.

Step 4: Go on Mission

We believe God wants to use you in some pretty special ways, and we’re not talking about 5 or 10 years from now.  We’re talking right here and right now.  That’s why we’re serious about training and equipping you to serve others and tell them about Jesus at school, in your neighborhood, and around the world. Each year, we also invite students who have shown signs of growth as a disciple to represent our church and King Jesus on a mission trip to an area where the gospel is not as prevalent.  While we will definitely have fun, the primary purpose of a mission trip is not leisure or tourism. In other words, this is not a vacation, and it’s not about a destination. Instead, a mission trip allows us learn to sacrifice our own comfort and preferences in order to make much of Jesus, serve others, and share the good news of the coming kingdom.  If you’re ready to take this step, see one of our student ministry staff about applying today.