Middle School

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Due to the current county regulations and allowances for churches, we will begin meeting again for Middle School Youth Group (YG) for 6th-8th grades on Sunday mornings from 10am-11am in the youth room. We'll play a game, have a teaching time, and some discussion questions. 

**We will be following social distancing guidelines in order to make this happen. Students don't have to, but may wear a mask if they choose to.

If you would like more info, contact Chris Gilmore at chris@northeastchristian.org.


Upcoming Events: (TBD)

CIY MIX-(TENTATIVE) July 19-22 @ Camp Christian. Cost: $50 + $30 (Glenwood Caverns)

Activity/Event Financial Assistance Request Form


Upcoming Series:

Popular-Small.jpg A Series about Influence (May 24, May 31 & June 7)

Week 1 (May 24): Jesus can use whatever you have to do big things. (John 6:11-13, John 6:8-14)    

Week 2 (May 31): Doing big things start with small steps. (Acts 2:42-47)

Week 3 (June 7): Jesus doesn't allow our mistakes to be the end of our story. (Luke 22:56-57, John 21:15)

Parent Cue


Big Picture-Small.jpg A Series on Joseph (June 14, 21, 28, July 5, & 12)

Week 1 (June 14): When you can't see the bigger picture, remember the impact you have on your family. (Genesis 37:3-4; 5-7)

Week 2 (June 21): When you can't see the bigger picture, remember God is with you. (Genesis 37:18, 23-24; 39:2a)

Week 3 (June 28): When you can't see the bigger picture, do the next right thing. (Genesis 39:6b-10)

Week 4 (July 5): When you can't see the bigger picture, trust that God is working for your good. (Genesis 40:5-8a, 20-23; 41:39-40)

Week 5 (June 12): When you can't see the bigger picture, choose to forgive. (Genesis 45:1-5, 10-11)

Parent Cue


PARENTS: We desire for discipleship to take place with parents as the primary spiritual influence in a student's life. We have provided you with "Parent Cue" links to have a better understanding of what we are talking about during Middle School YG, and hope you are able to use these for continuing discussion with your students.