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We know that parents hold more influence in a student’s life than anyone else (even if your student doesn’t always like to admit it). That’s why it’s critical that we partner with parents in everything we do.

Curent and Upcoming Series Info

What We’re Talking About in Middle School


A series about wisdom and faith.


A conversation about how Jesus addressed our anxiety and worry.


A series about God’s design for sexual integrity


A 5-week Easter series about important things Jesus said.

APRIL 16-23

A 2-week series about our identity in Christ.


A conversation about suicide and the power of real hope.

What We’re Talking About in High School


Have you ever searched YouTube for advice on how to do…anything? If you have, you know exactly how helpful a pro tip can be. In this series, we’ll look to one of the wisest people ever to live for pro tips about life. In the end, students will learn how to develop the wisdom it takes to be better at life now and in the future.


Anxiety is one of the top struggles students are facing. But what, if anything, does God do to help? In this one-week standalone talk, students will learn the differences between helpful and unhelpful anxiety and be encouraged to take steps through the difficult feelings that so many of us face. The goal is to raise the bar on conversations about anxiety so that students discover that hope is available even while life gets overwhelming.


As a parent, you know that there is no shortage of opinions or ideas about what’s right, what’s wrong, and what’s actually best when it comes to the topic of sex. But, what if there’s more to it than we commonly think? What if sex is meant to be seen as good and powerful, because it’s actually God’s idea? In this four week series we’ll discuss God’s design for sex and then talk about the way technology, confession, and boundaries intersect with the idea of living with “sexual integrity” during your kid’s high school years.


If you knew your time on Earth was coming to an end, what would you want to say to the people in your life before you go? For Jesus, the days leading up to His death were filled with meaningful conversations with the people around Him. In this series, as we look at some of His last words, your teenager will discover what Jesus really wanted His followers—both then and now—to know.

APRIL 16-23

You’ve watched your teenager go through changes. You have pictures of them from different phases as they explore “who am I really?”. This 2 week series emphasizes that our core identity is rooted in the idea that we’re all unique and created in the image of God. As long as we know our inherent value and guiding values, we will never lose sight of who we are nor Whose we are.


Discussing some topics with your teenager can feel really complicated. One of those is suicidal thoughts. This week, we’ll elevate the conversation about suicide, by looking at an option we all have when facing dark and difficult thoughts: choosing hope today and life tomorrow.

Frequently Asked Parent Questions

What does Student Ministries at LifePoint do?

We are a community built to create connection for students in grades 6th-12th through large group events, small groups, and services with teaching and worship with the purpose of guiding student age kids to find and follow Jesus.

What are large group events?

Large group events are the Insta-grammable, fun experiences that create space for community and a place to invite people to church in an approachable way.

What are small groups and how do they work?

Small groups in student ministries are groups of 6-10 students that meet throughout the week that are led by vetted adults who are committed to investing in the spiritual and relational health of students using curriculum and resources supplied by LifePoint to invest in our students in a deeper way.

How can my student join a small group?

Visit our Group List to get your student enrolled and the leader of that group will connect with you about times and locations within 3-4 days. If you have not received contact please email and you will be connected with your student’s leader.

When are services and what should my student expect?
Student services happen in the Underground (basement) at LifePoint. Service for Middle School occurs at 9:30 am on Sunday morning; Service for High School occurs at 11:00 am. Our services generally are structured with some community time, a time for worship, and teaching scriptural principles from the Bible.

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Can’t-Miss Events

In every season, we have fun, crazy events where your students can bring a friend or get to know someone better!