At Oak Hill, we and we want to support each family in this important task by providing venues for them to reach toward God and other 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.
Student Ministry | Every other Sunday @ 4 pm
This time is for more relational discipleship. Throughout the school year, we try to have regular connection events that provide a fun place for our youth to build friendships with one another and with caring adults in our church. Call or email for details about the next great event!
Additionally, we encourage each of our Gospel Communities to intentionally incorporate the teenagers in their group into their discussions and activities to truly experience the "family of families" that is the church. This continues to be an important step toward building a regular place for our students to grow at Oak Hill.
Sunday 11AM | Intergenerational Discipleship
This class is designed to include all ages including everyone who attends Oak Hill Fellowship Church, as we pursue intentional discipleship, utilizing The New City Catechism Curriculum. We have this set up in two parts:
1. LARGE GROUP INTRODUCTION & ACTIVITIES -- A family (or pair of families) leads the first half hour for the entire large group to introduce the New City Catechism question, answer, and Scripture passage, helping us learn the core doctrines of the Christian faith.
2. SAME-AGE DISCUSSION GROUPS -- During the second half hour, participants will break up into same-age discussion groups to review the point made in the Large Group Time and to discuss personal application. This time is structured with a teacher facilitating small group questions moving students towards more personal application.
You can find plenty of New City Catechism Resources, including an app, on their website. These are just a few of the ways we seek to support and equip THE FAMILY as the primary disciple-makers of our students!