Rooted is designed for Middle School Students and meets weekly during the school year.
6:30 – 8PM, Mondays, Youth Center
ROOTED is a high energy evening with games, worship, and a discussion led by one of our college or high school volunteers. G.A.G. (Games & Grub) nights are held on the 1st Monday of each month; dinner is provided. The year is full of events, but listed below are some of the “Best of Rooted” activities.
ThreeSixTeens – Afterschool Group
3 – 6pm, Wednesdays, Youth Center
All youth in the community are invited to enjoy ThreeSixTeens, an afternoon of games, snacks, friendship and homework help in a Christ-centered atmosphere. A fun, supportive, and supervised environment. The weekly drop-in format accommodates all interested 6th-12th graders.
Best Of ROOTED
Urban Plunge Mission Trip
Urban Plunge is our middle school mission trip to inner-city Los Angeles. The trip, which occurs on a weekend in December, is hosted by the Center for Student Missions. The trip includes a tour of Los Angeles, a meal at an ethnic restaurant, and the opportunity to work on several service projects, such as serving food at a homeless shelter, playing bingo with residents of a retirement home, or leading a vacation Bible school at an inner-city church. The trip is a great opportunity to learn about poverty, serve others, and enjoy fellowship with one another.
Forest Home Christian Camp
July 28 – August 2, 2019
Our Rooted and Logos groups travel to Forest Home for one week every summer to grow in their relationships with God, fellowship with one another, participate in fun camp activities with a wonderful staff, and enjoy time in the mountains.
Students participate in a variety of fun activities and deepen their relationship with God through worship, speakers, simulations, and small group activities. They share meals together, participate in friendly competitions, and enjoy free time in the afternoon where they can enjoy the lake or pool, hike, play miniature golf, try out the climbing wall or zip line, fish, get creative at the craft cabin, or just hang out with friends at the snack bar. Middle school students stay at Creekside and high school students stay at Lakeview, and each age group participates in separate programs. During free time, students from Creekside, Lakeview, and the family camp may participate in all the activities Forest Home offers while spending time together. For more information, go to Forest Home’s website.
For information about Forest Home Camps, please email Middle School Director, Abby Garcia.