We believe that youth are a vital to Trinity. Our teenagers (6th-12th grade) are not isolated from the rest of the church; rather we go to them, meet them where they are and connect them in ways that oozes love. We want to provide a safe place for them to grow in the gospel and make meaningful relationships with adults. Our aim is for them to know God's Word and understand how the gospel brings shalom to every area of life through a relationship with Jesus Christ.
What is a typical time at Youth Group Like?
The students' time together begins with skits and games, followed by teaching, breakout groups, and prayer. The youth group meets from 6:30-8 on Wednesday nights at Trinity House, and 9am on Sundays in the South Hall of the Owasso Sixth Grade Center.
Are Jr. High and High School Students Together?
All of our students begin the time together, then break out into separate groups.
Are There Special Events or Camps?
Yes! O ur leaders and volunteers work hard to provide lots of fun events for our students including everything from pool parties to road trips out-of-town... each summer we go to Reformed Youth Ministries Camp in Colorado. We believe fun is a major part of helping youth connect to one another and form meaningful ties.
Who Leads Student Ministries?
We have a great group of adult leaders who lead the youth under our elders. Nathan Duke, Hannah Scott, Kendal Eschbach, and Stephanie Ruttman dedicate an enormous amount of time to our youth. Pastor Scott oversees all youth activities.
How Do I Volunteer with Student Ministries?
Volunteers are always welcomed and encouraged to participate in Student Ministries! We do require that all volunteers be members of the church and have thorough background checks with Ministry Safe. To learn more about volunteering with Student Ministries, contact Pastor Scott.