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Jr. & Sr. High School

MBBC Student Ministry

Partnering with families to raise up a generation to be all God is calling them to become.

We seek to equip students to “own” their faith, and grow to be mature believers transformed by the Gospel so they may be disciple-makers who serve the cause of the Kingdom above all else. Discipleship happens by intentional time together. We help students grow as disciples through special events & activities, but especially through these weekly opportunities:

Sunday Morning Bible Study - Sundays, 9:15-10:15 am

We gather in the student ministry area (2A) for large group teaching time, then we break into smaller groups for discussion. SMBS helps us understand God's BIG story and our place in it.

The Brook - Sundays, 6:00-7:30 p.m.

During the school year, this weekly gathering provides a relaxed, fun atmosphere for worship, teaching, and fellowship aimed to meet students where they are.

Student Growth Groups - Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00 pm

During the school year these weekly small groups are designed to help us dive deeper into relational discipleship. We do this by reading & memorizing scripture and being in community with one another. All MBBC Growth Groups are divided by gender. Our groups for Junior High & Senior High students are Wednesday evenings in the student ministry area (2A). [High School students also have the option to join adults in intergenerational Men's or Women's Growth Groups which meet other times during the week, if they prefer.] For more about why we've chosen the Student Growth Group Model, read the thoughts of our Minister to Students, Ben Winder, here..

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