IBC STUDENTS

A place where students can learn who they are and find their purpose

In IBC Students, we recognize that the teenage years are both some of the best years in life and some of the most challenging. They come with lots of questions and revelations along with tons of highs and just as many lows.

We’re here to walk next to our students to help them discover who God has made them to be and what their role is both in the world and in the local church.

We do this primarily through Bible Study Communities on Sunday mornings and weekly gatherings on Wednesday nights. You can find more about everything we do below.

Sundays

We offer Bible Study Communities on Sunday mornings for middle and high school students to connect with others, be discipled, and get sent into their world equipped with the Gospel.

Middle School
9:15am + 10:50am
Building D Room 213

High School School
9:15am
Building C 2nd Floor Fellowship Hall

10:50am
Building D Room 213

Sunday Nights + Midweek Programs

Sunday mornings are our time to gather together as a church and worship as a church family.

Sunday and Wednesday nights are a supplement to your spiritual journey.

If you're looking for more than the Sunday morning service, we've got programs designed for all stages of life.

Wednesdays

 

Our Wednesday night gatherings are the front door for everything we do. Students will experience church for their generation through music, games, and teaching.

Middle School
6:00 – 8:00pm
Building D Room 213

High School
6:00 – 8:00pm
Building C 2nd Floor Fellowship Hall

AWANA

During the club year, students will have the opportunity to play fast paced games, memorize scripture, and hear from different special guests each week.

Students are assigned to a club based on their current age/grade:

  • Trek: 7th – 8th grade
  • Journey: 9th – 12th grade

Registration fees for the year per child are:

Trek through Journey: $45

When: Sundays 5:00–7:00PM
Where: D Building

Challengers

Through hands-on activities that encourage spiritual growth, games and sports, and mentoring relationships with leaders, Challengers members become a faith-based brotherhood.

Challengers helps students grow spiritually, recognizing the varying developmental stages in each grade. The Challengers material is designed to help young men have missions experiences that lay foundation for coming to faith in Christ as Savior and make missions an important part of their daily lives.

When: Wednesdays 6:50–8:00PM
Where: D Building

Upcoming Students Events

february

28feb6:00 pmGOC Middle School and High School Dinner

28feb6:00 pmGOC College and Young Adults Dinner

june

29junAll Day03julHigh School Summer Camp

29junAll Day03julMiddle School Summer Camp

july

29junAll Day03julHigh School Summer Camp

29junAll Day03julMiddle School Summer Camp

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