Ground Zero combines healthy relationships with creative programs to help high school students make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life, and positively impact their schools. Campus Life is a place for high school students to have fun, make friends and talk about what matters to other high school students. Campus Life provides a balanced approach - physical, mental, social and spiritual - to give teens the skills and hope they need to live in a turbulent world. Ground Zero is also a place where high school students are encouraged to dig deep into God’s Word and ask questions about their faith in a judge-free zone.
Ground Zero meets every Monday night from 7-9 pm, September through May. The last Wednesday of the month Ground Zero will have dinner and an early start time at 6:30 till 9:00pm. A typical Monday night starts off with a fun, interactive game, then we come together for a large group devotional from God’s Word before ending the night in small groups. A few times a month we take time for worship and staff testimonies. Small groups are divided by grade and gender. Small groups dig deeper into the lesson from that night and are a place to ask questions about life and God.
Special Note: There will be no GZ on Labor Day. GZ resumes for the fall on Monday, September 10, 7-9 pm.
Fall Topic: “Acts: Living Your Faith”
Campus Life has a dress code to assure no one will feel offended or uncomfortable during his or her participation, and that we honor God in everything we do.
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