At Faith, we seek to connect students in grades 6 – 12 to the extraordinary life found in Jesus, by showing them what it means to be disciples of Jesus who makes disciples wherever they live, work, and play.
All students in grades 6 -12 are invited to join us for food and water fun! Bring towels, appropriate swimwear, and, of course, some friends to soak!
Wondering what Splash Attack is like? Check out this video to see all of the fun we had in 2018!
STUDENT MISSION TRIP
Middle School Mission Trip
Camp Wartburg Dates: June 19 - 22 Leader: Wayne and Donna Auer Cost: $200 per student Any student who has just finished 5th - 8th grade
What will we do? Service projects at Camp like painting, gardening, cleaning, or whatever else is needed at the time. Swimming, climbing wall, zip line, prayer walk, water games, and Bible studies.
Questions? Please contact
the Landing Every other Sunday from 6:30 - 8 pm, 6th - 12th graders can join us in the Hangar for the Landing. While together, we will play games, hang out with friends, worship our God and hear a message that is relevant to the lives of students today. Come check it out and bring a friend!
The Rooted Experience: Student Edition is a step along the discipleship pathway that parallels the adult experience. In addition to three readings per week, students will have a weekly challenge, and a way to encourage conversations about faith at home.
Faith seeks to build and strengthen all student's Gospel knowledge and to help with their spiritual maturity. This includes preparing them to partake in the sacrament of Holy Communion. Class availability and schedule between campuses may vary.
Faith Columbia Students is for 6th - 12th grade students at Faith Columbia! Students gather twice a month to play games, share snacks and conversation, learn about Jesus, and live life together. Invite your friends! For more information contact
OAKVILLE Student Life Groups
Student Life Groups are small groups of students living out the Gospel together. These groups are led by dedicated adults who care about them and want to see them connected to the extraordinary life found in Jesus, becoming students that get the life, experience it, and give it away. Students in these groups meet regularly throughout the year to grow in faith, grow as disciples, and grow as friends. Student Life Groups are formed by age and gender and meet at various times throughout the week.