Youth Ministries

A safe place to find support and community and experience life-giving relationships—with God and one another.

Become the person
that God created you to be.

At Hope we want to see students become everything they were created for. We believe that when young people encounter Christ’s movement toward them, they will have the security to live a life of selfless giving.

Come to Young Life Weeknights

Middle School (6th – 8th grade)
Thursdays — 6:30 – 8:00 pm
A high energy night with friends, games, and a message. Contact Cesar Castillejos.

High School (9th – 12th grade)
Mondays — 6:30 – 8:15 pm
A fun night with friends, games, music, and a gospel message.  Contact Darby Voeks.

Young Life meets September – May.

Grow with Small Groups and Breakfast Club

Middle School Small Groups (6 – 8th grade)
Wednesdays — 6:30 – 7:45 pm
This group focuses on issues relatable to middle school students, and how they can experience God and grow in their faith. Contact Mia Franklin.

High School Small Groups (grades 9-12)
Wednesdays — 6:30 – 7:45 pm
High school small groups meet at Hope Church. Grades (9-12) will split into guys’ and girls’ groups for Bible study and discussion and then end with a group game all together. Contact Mia Franklin.

Leadership Opportunities (grades 11-12)

11th + 12th graders are invited to provide leadership for Breakfast Club on Sundays and engage in leadership training as a student leader team.

Breakfast Club (6th – 12th grade)

Sundays — 10:00 – 10:50 am
A time for all youth to gather for breakfast, worship, a message, and discussion time. Contact Mia Franklin

Small groups and Breakfast Club meet September – May.

Student Ministries Calendar

Student Ministries Calendar

Hope Shores Bible Camp

We offer summer youth camps for our students who have completed grades 2-12.  Camp days will be filled with fun and laughter, good food and great friendships. Campers will learn about faith in God through counselors, meaningful talks, activities, and worship.

Learn About Hope Shores

We desire to create a space that’s safe enough for our youth to be messy.