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Youth Ministry

Join us on Sundays at 8:30am or 10:00am

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Youth Ministry

Join us on Sundays at 8:30am or 10:00am

Learn More

Youth Ministry

Join us on Sundays at 8:30am or 10:00am

Learn More

Seabreeze Youth Ministry (SYM) exists for junior high and high school students to come together in an environment that helps them develop relationships with both their leaders and peers. It is a fun and safe place where students can ask questions and learn about how the Bible applies to their daily lives allowing them to build a foundation for their faith and grow in their walks with God.

What should I expect on Sunday mornings?

On Sunday mornings, students can choose to attend either the 8:30am or 10:00am service. Once you arrive on the Seabreeze campus, head to the Big Room. This is just to the right of the Kid's Kiosk/check-in. You'll be greeted and invited into the Youth worship service. Services start with a game followed by worship and a message. Each service lasts about an hour - the same as the adult main service. Afterwards, they are welcome to stick around and socialize with other students and leaders.

There is no check in required so students can navigate to the youth services themselves, but parents are more than welcome to check out the room and meet the leaders. If you have any questions, you can talk to one of the adult leaders and they will be happy to help.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What Sunday services are offered for Junior High and High School students?

We offer a combined Junior High and High School service during the first and second services times at 8:30am and 10:00am.

Where do I go when I arrive on Sunday?

Once on campus, students can go to the southwest corner to the Youth & Kids Building. We have refreshments before and after services. It’s a great opportunity for students and the Youth leaders to get to know each other.

How do you ensure the safety of a Junior High/High School student?

Every adult that volunteers with students have passed a background check. Since Junior High and High School years are foundational for the future of students’ lives, our Youth leaders are men and women who have a track record of integrity.

What will my Junior High/High School student be learning?

Our Sunday morning youth services are biblically based and relevant to a Junior High and High School student's stage of life.

Can I take my Junior High/High School student into the main service with me?

If you feel it is best for them to be in the main service, they are more than welcome to join you. We do offer age specific programming free of charge so that both you and your children can learn about God in a way that makes the most sense for you.

Do you have any other events or programs outside of Sundays?

On Wednesday nights during the school year, we offer Junior High and High School Growth Groups. During Growth Groups, students are divided into age and gender specific discussion groups to help them grow in their walks with God and form friendships with other students their own age. 

We also offer various events throughout the year including socials, serving opportunities, and camps that are designed to encourage building friendships and helping students encounter God in a new way.

What should I expect on Wednesdays?

Who: Junior High and High School students (6th-12th grade)
When: Wednesdays from 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Where: Seabreeze Campus – Warehouse (south side of Youth & Kids Building)

Throughout the school year, on Wednesday nights, junior high and high school students come on campus to be a part of Growth Groups. It starts in the Warehouse (which is on the south side of the Youth & Kids Building) at 7:00pm, but students can arrive as early as 6:30pm to hang out. Everything wraps up by 8:30pm.

The night starts with a game followed by a debrief of Sunday’s message. Then the youth split into gender and age-specific groups to discuss Sunday's message further. These groups provide students with a safe place to ask questions, build relationships with leaders and peers, and wrestle with how to apply what God says in the Bible to their lives.

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