At Revolution, students and their families matter. As Revolution has grown, so has our population of Middle School and High School students.
Rev uP is here!
Rev uP is open to students in 6th through 12th grade. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:00 just off the worship service entrance. We know that the teenage years can be the most trying for students and parents alike. We seek to provide a place for students to learn about Jesus and His love and to grow up living godly lives.
We believe that following God happens in community and through relationships and we strive to build the kind of relationships with our students that Jesus had with His disciples. Students involved in Rev Up will experience worship, teaching, and character building activities. They will be given opportunities to serve, lead, and minister both inside and outside the church.
Student ministry can have a life long impact. We look forward to watching this ministry develop at Revolution over the next few months.
To find out more contact , Rev Up Coordinator
If you are interested in getting involved, then click HERE for more info.
Revive is our high school ministry here at Revolution Church. Our goal is to help high school students become who God has called them to be. We meet on Sunday nights (in the home of one of our student families) and seek to encourage each other and equip students to live on mission in their home, school, and wherever else God may lead them. Our hope is to create a family atmosphere where students can come together and walk through life side-by-side all while learning what it means to follow Jesus and live a life that glorifies Him.
On Sunday mornings, our high schoolers serve in different ministries at Revolution and are a part of the larger worship services. One of our goals as a church is for high schoolers to see Revolution as their church and play a role in it. Statistics show, students are more likely to continue following Jesus when they go off to college if they felt part of the larger church in high school and not just their student ministry.
For more information and directions to Sunday night, please contact Mike DeAlto.