Welcome Middle School and High School Students!
We have a place for every student right here in our student ministries group. Our desire is that each middle school and high school student will become a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ, and we want to be a part of that journey.
Whether it’s Middle School CARAVAN on Monday nights, High School LOGOs on Wednesday nights, traveling to Molokai or inner-city Los Angeles on a mission trip, riding Go Karts at Boomers, wake-boarding in Lake Arrowhead, bouncing off the blob at Forest Home, or teaching a kid how to surf at Club H2O, students grow in friendship, community, and most importantly, grow in their personal relationship with Jesus.
If you are a student, we have a place for you!
“Mahalo” in Christ,
STUDENT MINISTRIES DURING THE WEEK
Sunday Morning, Youth Center
10 – 11AM, Sunday mornings, 6th – 12th grade students are invited to join us in the Youth Center for Sunday School, where we worship together, perform skits, explore God’s Word, meet in small groups and have fun together.
Enjoy donuts in the Youth Center “Cafe Area” at 10AM. We also take up an offering for our World Vision child.
Monday & Wednesday Evenings, Youth Center, (September – June)
Serving God’s World
Students at LPC care about God’s world and his people. These are just some of the places and people they have served in 2016:
“Project Christmas Blessing” at the Youth Shelter in Laguna Beach: Adundant gifts were brought to the Youth Shelter this season. The staff and kids at the shelter were overwhelmed with the amount of gifts. Together the group brought lots of dish liquid, shampoos and conditioners, laundry detergent, kleenex, volleyballs, toys, pajamas, flip flops, sweatshirts and gift cards to Target, Ralphs, Stater Brothers and movie theaters.
Miracle for Kids: Along with the Preschool and Children’s Ministry, the youth have helped raise over $2,350 for Nikolai and his family. They also provided a generous Christmas basket, laughter and prayers. Nikolai is a 5 year old boy diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in January 2014. Please pray for his continuing treatment plan.
World Vision: The youth brought in over $600 in August for the three World Vision children that our student ministry supports.