Our culture is one that’s all about Jesus.
In Rebelbase’s High School Ministry, we go deeper into what it means to be His followers. We’re ready to move beyond the basics — we want to help students answer the question, “What’s next?”
While we’re figuring that out together in Home Groups and Shift, we’ll have a lot of fun because Jesus isn’t boring. Everything about Him is incredibly exciting. And so is life in Rebelbase.
Spring 2019 Calendar
|February 3||Big Game Party|
|February 15 - 17||Forge Weekend|
|February 26||Jr. / Sr. College Station Road Trip|
|March 10 - 15||Dallas Mission Trip|
|March 11 - 14||Staycation|
|March 24||Student Missions Auction|
|April 14||High School Crawfish Boil|
|May 8||Last Shift Bible Study|
Summer 2019 Save the Dates
- Edge Camp | June 17 - 21
- UM Army | July 14 - 20
*Summer registrations will open March 1 at 8:00 a.m.
|Shift Bible Study||Wednesdays, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.|
|Crowded House||Sundays, 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.|
Shift Bible Study
At Shift, our Wednesday night Bible study, we want high school students to turn to Jesus.
There are no gimmicks, no frills. Just worship, the Word and community.
Shift starts at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays in the Loft Worship Center.
We get together with students in the middle of the week to hang out, worship and study the Bible. We go through chunks of scripture, and look for the truth that’s in it so we can shift into who God wants us to be.
We believe that true growth and spiritual formation happens in community, in tightly knit families where students feel like they belong and can connect with other Christians. High school students in Rebelbase find those things in Home Groups, our small group Bible studies.
Led by adults who love Jesus and want to share Him with your students, Home Groups meet each week in a different group members home because we want each group to be more than a group that meets once a week, but rather a group who welcomes one another into each others lives. Wherever your home group meets, students will find Jesus and grow in their faith in Home Groups.
Teen Sunday School: Where the Bible Meets Life
This new "traditional style" Sunday school class for teens is sponsored by Student Ministries. The class will be led by a team of parents and start with a curriculum called The Gospel Project. Teens will study the Bible together and find biblical wisdom and responses to real life and every day issues. Teens will learn to apply God’s Word to their lives in an intentional way. They will also experience prayer, fellowship, teachings, and small group discussion through an ongoing curriculum. Register now.
Registration is not required but we'd like to know if you are planning to attend and begin building the class roster. If you're interested in more information, please complete the information at the Registration link.