Student Ministry (6-12 Grade)

The Oakwood Student Ministry exists to reach middle school and high school students with the truth of the Gospel, to connect them with other Christ-followers, to help them grow in their relationship with God, and to challenge these students to love others and glorify God with their lives. Every event, activity, conference and trip works together to accomplish this purpose as a student ministry.

Rob Rees, Interim Director of Student Ministries

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9:00 am Sunday School

Class resumes Sun. Sept. 8

Sunday School for 6-12th grade students is a combination of bible-based teaching and God-centered worship. This is the place where your relationship with God can grow deeper. We want to be a group that cares for each other and shares our lives together.

10:30 am Family Worship

Students are encouraged to worship with their parents.


6:30 pm Student ministry

Wednesday nights for 6-12th grade students is a place where you’ll be welcomed with open arms, regardless of your background or belief. We play a lot of crazy games, while becoming a community together through groups, the worship of God and the teaching of His Word.

Current Series - Elisha, A Tale of Ridiculous Faith

Can you imagine what could happen if we gave control of our life to God? It’s scary, but the benefits are world-altering. The story of Elisha challenges us to answer God’s calling and take the risks that are necessary to do His will. It’s time we start taking risks and making decisions the world doesn’t understand.

7-31-19: “Get Your Call On" - 1 Kings 19:19-21

8-6-19: "Digging Ditches" - 2 Kings 3:1-27

8-21-19: "Ridiculous Provision" - 2 Kings 4:1-7

8-28-19: Break

9-4-19: Group resumes



(Grades 6-8)

The Jesus Crew: Jesus began his ministry by calling a fishing "crew" to join Him (Matthew 4:18-20). In the same spirit, we desire to serve on Jesus' crew by becoming fishers of men.



(Grades 9-12)

The Fellowship: As servants of the King we meet in fellowship and unity to promote His name in each others lives and to the whole world. (John 17:20-23).