Ground Zero

High School Ministry


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. 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.

For more information about Ground Zero, please visit our Facebook page, check our calendar for upcoming events, give us a call at 920-457-2381 or email us at 


Fall kick-off Bonfire Monday, August 27th, 6-9 pm (combined high school & middle school event). Plenty of pizza, fun & friends.

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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LIVING PROOF SIMULCAST: Join Beth Moore and thousands of women worldwide as she shares truth to guide your own journey of faith.  (details)

Enjoy great music and great food at the King's Delegates Benefit Concert and Brat Fry. (details)

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