The Student Ministry at Flewellyn Baptist Church exists to love God, serve others, share Christ with the world, build strong relationships, and train students to be committed followers of Jesus Christ.
He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” Psalm 91:1-2
Sunday mornings at 9:45 – In Sunday School, our goal is to present the Scripture with a holistic approach to spiritual development and help students KNOW God, OWN their faith, and to make their faith KNOWN. Students will study topics from spiritual development areas such as lordship, disciplines, character, discernment, relationships, and influence.
Wednesday nights at 6:30 – On Wednesday nights students meet in The Shelter to release their burdens, worship their Creator, and hear the truth. Interactives, engaging media, music, and relevant, yet challenging messages provide an atmosphere for students to learn more about how God’s Word applies to their lives right now.
What are you going to teach my student?
Our goal is to present the Scripture with a holistic approach to spiritual development and help students KNOW God, OWN their faith, and to make their faith KNOWN. We will present the truth about the real-life issues they are currently facing.
What is the age range for Flewellyn Student Ministry?
Flewellyn Student Ministry is for students in grades 7-12.
Do high school and middle students meet together?
Students in grades 7-12 meet together on Wednesday nights at Refuge. Sunday School is divided into a class for 7th & 8th graders and a class for 9th-12th graders.
What types of things do you do in addition to regular services and classes?
We do various activities throughout the year such as a ski trip, retreats, summer camp/mission trip, and local missions.
Why aren’t 6th graders part of the student ministry?
We believe in making the transition from Children’s Ministry to Student Ministry as smooth as possible. In our Pre-Teen Ministry, for 5th & 6th grade students, they have two years to bridge the gap.