Students 6th-12th Grades are invited to our Compel Youth Ministry. By experiencing the power of God’s Presence, developing healthy relationships with God’s people, and connecting to the purpose that God has for your life, you will graduate from our ministry prepared to take on your next phase of life with a greater sense of confidence, clarity and identity.
We are passionate about our students regularly coming together with other followers of Jesus to seek God’s Presence.
During the 11AM service at our SH and OB Campuses, and the 10AM service at our Hernando and Dream Center Campuses, we offer a special weekend service experience for our 6th-8th grade students. About 20 minutes before service starts, we create a space at each of our campuses for them to come and hang out before service, and then take them into the auditorium to worship with their church family. During the message portion of our service, we pull them into their own environment where one of our youth pastors gives them a “translated” version of the weekend message.
We believe that in order for students to become who they were created to become, it is vital for them to connect in meaningful relationships with God’s people.
Every Wednesday night at every LF Campus, students are invited to be a part of our brand new ministry called Compel Groups. They will join with the rest of their church family for worship and a short recap of the weekend message and then break out into age and gender-specific small groups for connection and discussion.
We believe that every student was created
with a God-given purpose to serve others.
A major element of being a part of Connect Groups is regular opportunities to reach out to our community by meeting a felt need. Groups are active based on semesters.
Every Christ-follower has been given a gift in order to serve the Church and help it grow. We don’t believe that gift comes with an age restriction. We can help you find your gift and your place at Discover.
Jesus gave us a biblical responsibility to use what we have to serve those that are poor, broken, and weak in hopes that one day they would be able to do the same. Find out how you can start to do that here.