At Faith Church Kingstowne Youth Group, we want to follow Jesus. We sometimes get that right, and we sometimes get that wrong. But at least we know forgiveness is available, and God’s grace is abundant.
We also follow Jesus together. We all have questions. We all have doubts. We all mess up. We are human. But we still want to follow Jesus.
If you are in 6th -12th grade, we invite you to follow Jesus with us. We don’t guarantee all the answers, and we can’t promise all your questions will be answered, but we would be honored if you joined us as we follow Jesus together.
We encourage all students to worship with their families in the sanctuary at 10:30 am | Main Campus
Sundays at 3:30-5 pm | Main Campus parking lot
Please bring a mask, bible, and a pen.
9:30 am- 10:15 am | Main Campus
3:30 pm- 5:00 pm | Main Campus
7:00 pm- 8:30 pm
7:00 pm- 8:00 pm | Main Campus
Ends October 3, 2021 | Main Campus
Follow Jesus and invite others to follow him with us. We do this by increasingly surrendering to the empowering presence of the Holy Spirit and the Lordship of Jesus Christ into every area of our lives so that we as a people are a witness to the kingdom of God.
Faith Church Kingstowne uses the Remind App to communicate with students and parents. Click the links below to sign up to receive important updates.
Middle and high school students gather to intentionally study the Bible and look at the Biblical perspective on relevant topics.
Regular events and outings provide students a chance to move closer to God and engage positively with their peers through games, adventures, and activities.
We hope to resume small groups in the spring of 2021
These trips and conferences are on temporary pause but we encourage everyone to love their neighbor in the best way possible during the global pandemic.
Raising a child or teenager in today’s society can present many challenges. We have compiled some helpful resources to assist you in navigating the ups and downs of parenting.Visit Resource Center
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