Middle School

Middle School Peeps encompasses any and all things that are related to our Middle School program, and on Sunday Nights our middle school students are encouraged to meet at the church from 5 – 7pm for a fun night of food, fellowship and spiritual development.

RSM At Night

On Wednesday night for Peeps, we offer them this: RSM At Night. “What is RSM At Night?” you ask? RSM At Night begins at 6pm in the big room with a time of fellowship, worship, and a devotional thought. Then, our middle school students will move into Girls and Guys Bible Study.

High School

Sunday Nights

In-Home Small Groups – Various times and locations. In a day and age where so many people are seen because of social media, high school students need a place to not only be seen, but known, and not only known but loved. They need a place to come and ask hard questions, and a place to come and grow. They don’t need just another program, they need a community. Our goal is to make a program as big as RSM feel smaller and more intimate. For more information on small groups email brittanys@riverchaseumc.org

 

RSM At Night

RSM At Night is every Wednesday night for our High School students. It is a night of taking some time to pause, reflect on God and to be encouraged in their relationship with Christ. It begins at 6pm in the big room with a time of fellowship, worship, and a devotional thought. Then, at 6:45, we divide into girls and guys bible study. This will be a time for deeper discussions and studying what it means to follow Jesus in our current culture. 

 Girls Bible Study:

Girls Bible study is led by Brittany Spain and Rebecca Horn. During girls bible study we strive to create an environment where girls can be themselves and discover what it means for them to have a personal relationship with Jesus. We discuss a variety of topics and are open to answering any questions they may have. 

 Guys Bible Study:

High School guys have questions. Those questions may be about faith, the Bible, relationships, school, or life after high school. The church must be a place where students can find the answers to the questions they actually have. Our High School Guy’s Bible Study exists to provide that place where questions can be asked and answered in a fun, laid-back environment. Examples of topics we have discussed so far this year include: How do I balance my faith with everything else I have going on in life? and What is going on in the Book of Job?

20 ’til

On Sunday mornings we offer a fun and engaging experience for our students. We start at 9:40 in the Student Center together for worship. After that, we divide up into groups based on grade. Our 6th graders go to confirmation class. Our 7th& 8th graders have dynamic lessons using Orange Curriculum. Our High Schoolers have two options: they can volunteer with our children’s ministry, have an in-depth study of a book in the Bible. This semester it is Romans!