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Our weekly programing includes Sunday School, Sunday Night Summit (SNS) and Wednesday Night Live (WNL),  Keep reading to find out more...

Core Values

Christ-centered:  We live our lives guided by Christ.

Accepting:  We are a welcoming, respectful, and inclusive community of faith.

Relationships:  We foster an atmosphere that promotes love, patience and kindness among the church family and the world at large.

Engaging:  Through the use of curriculum, mission, and activities we challenge youth to actively explore their faith.

Sunday School

From Sept. to May at 9:30 the youth gather in room 117 with a Hospitality Bar (hot chocolate, coffee, sweets, etc.) for fellowship, welcome and announcements from our Director of Youth Ministries, Linzi Anderson. At 9:45 they disperse into 3 classrooms:

Confirmation (6th and older) Room 209, Big God Big Questions Curriculum

If you are new to our church, we welcome older students to join the class. Each student is paired with an adult covenant partner. 


Middle School (6th/7th/8th) Rooms 119, Feasting on the Word Curriculum


High School (9th/10th/11th/12th) Room 120, Feasting on the Word Curriculum


During the summer months the middle and high school youth meet together for one class.


Sunday Night Summit

Sunday Night Summit (SNS) begins at 5:30pm in Wilson Hall where our Youth and Adult Participants share a meal together.  After dinner we will have a large group gathering before dispersing into age specific groups. SNS ends at 7pm (usually in the youth wing).

The cost per meal is $6 for youth and adults. Meal Packages can be purchased for $40 for Fall semester and $60 for Spring semester or $100 per year. SNS meets Sept. through May.


Wednesday Night Live (WNL), is our midweek program for our whole church community. The meal begins at 6:00 pm. You are invited to join the table for fellowship and stay for programs. To find out more about WNL check out our "Adult and Churchwide" ministries tab. 

During the summer months our youth group meets at different restaurants around Franklin/Cool Springs for dinner.  Keep an eye on the weekly youth e-mail for the summer calendar with dates and locations.

Trips, Retreats and More!

Throughout the year our youth have a number of opportunities to go away, build relationships, make memories, serve communities and see God in new ways. As these events approach more information will be given about each of these opportunities in the Youth News. Some of these exciting opportunities include:

Fall and Spring Retreats at NaCoMe

Mission/Service-Learning Trips each summer

Youth Conferences (Montreat/Triennium)