At Oak Hill, we recognize that the middle school and high school years are extremely formative in the life of most people. Teens are figuring out life: who they are and what they believe. They are figuring out how to relate to one another as well. If they don't learn how to find their identity in Jesus Christ and how to submit to the way he calls us to love others, they will find their identity in something far less valuable. We recognize that the family is the primary place where they should learn about God and his call on their lives, and we want to support each family in this important task by providing venues for them to reach toward God and other people. Keith Martin leads the "ReACh" Youth Group along with a great team of youth workers. Together, they work hard to make sure each student knows and understands the gospel and what it means for their life. The ReACh youth group meets every other week from 6-8pm for a time of fun relationship building, teaching from God's Word and discussion. They also meet every Sunday during our "School of Discipleship" hour at 11am for a time of teaching led by one of our youth staff.
Additionally, each month our students will be led by our Youth Staff to a fun event where they can get to know one another and begin to build meaningful relationships with their peers. This continues to be an important step toward building a regular place for our students to grow at Oak Hill.