Students



Students





Our mission is to inspire middle school and high school students to become fully devoted followers of Christ. Through weekly programs, trips, and initiatives, including The Student Union, we want students to come to know Christ, be a vibrant part of the church, and be trained and mobilized for ministry in each of their spheres of influence. If you’re new to Alliance Bible Church, we’d like to invite you to connect with our Student Ministry on Sunday morning during both 9 AM & 10:45 AM Worship Services or on Thursday evenings during the school year from 6:30 – 8:00 PM in Heckman Hall.

Sundays

On Sunday mornings, running concurrently with both services, students will be studying and discussing the same Old Testament passage of Scripture that is being preached on in the main service. We encourage students to attend the main service with their family and then engage in the Sunday morning student discussion. It is a great way to dive deeper into God’s Word.

Start Times: 9AM and 10:45AM in Heckman Hall

 

Youth Group

On Thursday evenings, our students will gather for a great time of Bible study and fellowship with each other. The students will be challenged by the Word of God to live faithfully in every aspect of their lives. Our evenings will consist of large group teaching, small group discussion, authentic worship, snacks and games.

Start Date: September 13th

Start Time: 6:30PM in Heckman Hall (runs until 8PM)

 

Registration

Please register your student (and confirm that we have the correct information) for one or both of these events by clicking the button below:


NEW! Parent’s Connection

On Thursday nights, Brent and Michelle Jesko will be hosting a conversation style class in Room 202 for parents of teenagers. This group will meet every other week, and the topics will vary. Stay tuned for more details.

 

The Student Union

The Student Union (TSU) is our space for students to hang out in downtown Cedarburg, located next to the Cedarburg Cultural Center. With regular youth-friendly events (i.e. art gallery nights, open mic nights, etc.), a coffee shop, and lots of tables to study, talk, or play games, TSU is the place to be. It is open 3-8, Tuesday through Friday. You can check it out at http://www.thestudentu.org/

(For those families who also have younger children attending AWANA on Wednesday nights, TSU is a great place for your middle or high school students to hang out while the rest of the family attends evening activities at Alliance.)