Happening This Month


High School Small Group: Escape C’Ville

For our second High School small group of the year, we are going to Escape C'Ville, an escape room experience. This will be a fun opportunity for team building and fellowship. We will meet at the Church at 1:45. To RSVP, follow the link below.

Cost: $20


Atlanta Info Session

Interested in joining us this summer for our immersion experience in Atlanta GA? Our first info session is February 10. We will meet in the Loft at noon, after the 11am service. We will talk a little bit about what we will be doing, where we will be staying, and how much the trip will cost. Interested students should plan to be there. 


Pancake Breakfast

To help offset the cost of our summer programming, the youth are hosting a pancake breakfast before the church’s final listening session. We need volunteers to help cook, serve, and clean. 


Worship Night

Chris Wondree and Afton Pleasants will be our musical guests for the evening. Students will participate in prayer modules and learn about different prayer techniques.


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Major Events & Trips

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Disciple Now

DNow is a weekend long experience where students participate in local service opportunities, worship together, study scripture, and enjoy each other’s company. It’s like a mini-retreat here in Waynesboro! To make the weekend even more fun, students stay in host homes overnight. Our theme this year is “Break the Box.” During our worship and small group time students will consider the “boxes,” or constraints, that we typically put around God, ourselves, and others. Students will be encouraged to “break” those boxes by freeing God from the constraints that the world typically puts around God, by freeing ourselves from societal expectations, and by embracing the complexity of God’s creation.

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Atlanta Immersion Trip

This June our high school students will embark on a week long urban immersion experience in Atlanta, GA. Our students will get a first hand glimpse of the challenges that a major urban city like Atlanta faces. Students will be challenged to think about what role faith has played and will play in encountering issues such as poverty, racism, and immigration.



This July our youth will travel to Furman University to attend Passport Camps. Students will worship, play games, and work with local organizations to be the hands and feet of Christ in and around Greenville, South Carolina. Mark your calendars for July 1-6. 


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