Providing students with the opportunity to explore God, faith, and friendships.
At FCC, we believe community is the best way to discover faith and connect with something bigger than ourselves. So, we intentionally design interactive teaching, engaging large groups, small group experiences, and faith deepening service opportunities for our 6th-12th grade students.
On Sunday mornings, you'll find 6th-12th grade students in the basement.
JR. HIGH MINISTRY (JHM) - 6th-8th grade
JHM at FCC pulls together 6th-8th grade students from all over the area to explore God and ask questions. We incorporate interactive large group teaching, friendship forming small groups, and fun to help jr. highers know God and experience Jesus.
On Sunday Mornings: 6th-8th grade students meet during 9:00 and 10:30 service.
HIGH SCHOOL MINISTRY (HSM) - 9th-12th grade
HSM at FCC is ministry by high schoolers for high schoolers. Whether a freshmen or a senior, high schoolers from the area find friendship and faith development at FCC.
On Sunday Mornings: 9th-12th grade students meet during 9:00 service.
During 10:30 service, our 9th-12th graders are encouraged to serve in FCC Kids.
On most Sunday Nights, you'll find 6th-12th grade students in the gym.
Throughout the school year, 6th-12th grade students from all over the area get together at 5:30 p.m. for dinner, large group teaching, small groups, and lots of fun! Our high schoolers are involved in designing every aspect of what we do from growing faith through worship, to serving, and outreach.
Other opportunities for students to get connected at FCC include:
If you knew your time on Earth was coming to an end, what would you want to say to the people in your life? 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 famous last words, we’ll discover what Jesus really wanted His followers—both then and now—to know
Scott Hunt joined the FCC team in 2016 as the student minister. He is married to Hannah and has four crazy kids. Scott likes just about everything from coaching basketball to renovation projects.