We love our students and work hard to create environments where young people at all spiritual levels can safely ask questions and grow closer to Jesus Christ.
Through youth group, special events, and missions, middle and high school students form relationships with friends and adult mentors as they navigate the challenges of their teen years and mature into adults.
What to Know
Student Ministries meet on the WCC Main Campus on Sunday evenings from 6pm to 8pm.
To participate in Student Ministries activities, students and parents need to complete the welcome packet, which contains health information, parental consent, and a review of our code of conduct covenant.
Trained small group leaders partner with parents to mentor students throughout the year.
Use the text message alert options below to make sure you and your student stay connected with all Student Ministries provides.
Is there programming on Sunday mornings for middle and high school students?
Middle and high school students attend Sunday morning service in the auditorium with their families.
How do I register my student for upcoming events?
Find the link to register for each event on the events calendar on this page.
Is participation in a minimum number of activities mandatory for my student?
Your student is invited to participate in all our events. And we recommend people prayerfully make schedule decisions according to what is best for your family.
I’d like to volunteer with Student Ministries. How can I find opportunities?
There are several avenues to serve with Students Ministries. To see if you are a fit as a small group leader, check out the small group leader packet on this page. Contact Ryan Langeland to talk about other options.