Faith Student Ministries (FSM) seeks to equip students to be authentic Christians through proclaiming the Gospel message, building a community of believers, and serving the church in the world.

When your student comes to the Faith Student Ministry (FSM) they can expect to hear the Gospel and God’s word clearly in a way that they can understand and can apply to their lives. This is the basis of everything that our Student Ministry does. You can also expect an atmosphere that is welcoming to all students regardless of their background. We seek to love God and love others in all that we do.

Sunday Morning Teaching

Student Ministry Pastor Justin Kinsley teaches every Sunday to the entire youth group (6th-12th grade). We meet at 9:30 AM for Sunday School in the FSM upstairs space.

Wednesday Night Bible Study

During the school year on Wednesday nights, our students gather for a lesson, worship, and small groups. Each small group consists of several adult leaders and students from the same age and gender. Worship starts at 6:30pm and small groups start at 7:15pm.

Summer Book Studies

Middle school and high school students can participate in book studies during the summer in the youth space on Tuesday (HS) and Wednesday (MS) mornings from 9:00-10:30.  Different books are chosen each summer and discussed weekly with the goals of spiritual growth and fellowship.  To learn more about these studies, contact the student ministry staff.

Special Events

The Student Ministry also hosts annual summer camps, a fall retreat, a spring break trip, and many other various activities throughout the year. These events are all tailored to teach your student God’s word, help them grow in their faith, and give them the opportunity to make meaningful Christian relationships.


If you would like to become a volunteer in the Student Ministry please contact Justin Kinsley for more information. We are always looking for individuals who have a heart for students and want to see them grow in their relationship with their Savior. Our hope is to partner students with mature believers as a source of guidance and spiritual support throughout their lives.