high school 

What do you think of when you hear “teenager”? There are lots of stereotypes—some positive, some negative. When we think of teenagers we see people who love to celebrate life, value friendship and loyalty, aren’t afraid to ask the hard questions, and are ready and excited to change the world. We’re “all in” with that! 
Sundays at 9:00 a.m. in the Student Ministries Room
Fusion is our Sunday morning class for high school students (grades 9–12). This class focuses on “fusing” God’s Word with the student’s life. In Fusion we are teaching more than the content of the Bible, we are teaching the relevance and impact of the Biblical message to students' lives. Don’t be fooled by the word “teaching”. We know students don’t need or want more classroom time, especially on Sunday mornings. We work hard to communicate a clear message while also staying engaging and interactive—basically, we have a great time together AND we walk away stronger in our faith and a relationship with God.
Sundays from 6:00–8:00 p.m. in the Student Ministries Room
Ignite is for those students who want to go deeper into their faith and work at applying God’s truths to their lives. The Bible tells us that when we trust Jesus with our lives, we become a new person, and at Ignite we try to unpack what that means for each of our lives.
We usually form small groups (Iron Groups) of around 3-10 students who meet with an adult leader. Those leaders are there with the specific intent to point students in the right direction. While we do take this time seriously, we also have fun. We almost always have cool activities, good food, times of music worship (that means singing), and great times of building strong friendships with other high school students.
If you want to explore the Christian faith in a deeper, more personal way and get to know some other Christians who can help you, this is a great place to check out. We aren’t perfect, but we do our best to show you how much God cares about you by trying to be the friendliest place in Berrien County for high school students.