Each week we gather together for discipleship as Broadstreet Youth.

The four main areas we gather for are YouthGroup, Sunday School,

N*Light*N Youth Choir, and our Thursday morning High School Bible Study.


Weekly Schedule

Sunday Mornings

9:30 am: Sunday School (Youth Room - Second Floor)

Wednesday Evenings

6:15-7:15 pm: N*Light*N Youth Choir (Choir Room - Second Floor)

7:15-8:15 pm: YouthGroup (Youth Room -Second Floor)

Thursday Mornings

6:45 am: High School Small Group (Chick-fil-A)


Youth Space Renovation

We are excited our ministry is growing and changing and invite you to partner with us in offering assistance via donations for our new youth space, or pick something from our Amazon wishlist to help us out.

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Sunday School

Every Sunday morning, middle and high school students meet in the youth room at 9:30 for Sunday School. We are going through a wonderful curriculum called the Gospel Project. The Gospel Project goes chronologically through the Bible, and effectively shows how all of the Bible points to Jesus and the gospel. Join us as we learn how the gospel of Jesus can radically transform our hearts and change our lives.

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From 7:15-8:15 on Wednesday nights, middle and high school students meet in the youth room for YouthGroup. Students have a time of fellowship, playing games, and eating food, followed by a time of teaching. This is an important opportunity for students to engage in intentional discipleship.

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The youth choir is for grades 6-12. They meet every wednesday from 6:15-7:15pm in the choir room THey meet only during the school year. For more inofrmation, contact Jan Murphy (

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Every Thursday morning, high school students meet at Chick-fil-A at 6:45am for small group where we will be reading scripture and praying together. This is a great time to engage in intentional conversation and gain deeper understanding of our faith. We hope students who take part in this study grow in their understanding of what living a life for Christ looks like in everyday life.


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Angie Everley