Middle School Youth Night

Wednesdays 6:00pm-7:30pm

Red Hill Lutheran Church offers a Middle School Youth Night for all students in 6th through 8th Grade, from 6:00pm-7:30pm.  Using a combination of large group and small group conversations and activities, we intentionally strive to create an engaging environment where students reach and serve our local community, equip their hearts, minds, and souls, and release them into the world to share God’s love. 

Upcoming Events

  • Junior High Camp at Forest Home is THE place for your incoming 6th, 7th, and 8th grade campers to get away from the academic and social pressures and instead focus on their identity in Christ and place in God’s family of believers.  During a week of camp running Sunday through Friday, students will discover who God has made them be through teaching from God’s Word, small group discussions, and high-energy worship.

    Of course, no summer camp is complete without the fun!  Creative games and interactive team challenges ensure there is never a dull moment at Forest Home.  Campers have the freedom to explore the many recreation options at Forest Home all week long.  (And with a Blob, Zip Line, kayaks, Sky Trail, Olympic-sized pool, GaGa pit, archery, laser tag, and lake, we mean MANY recreation options!)  Campers will enjoy living in a community, making new friends, and creating memories that will give them confidence as they navigate the changes and challenges that middle school so often brings.

  • IMPORTANT: Medical Release Form required for registration for ALL 2022-2023 events. 

  • What we are Teaching this Month



    When Jesus was on earth, he wasn’t exactly known for telling people what they wanted to hear. Jesus’ message was unlike any message people had ever heard before. He didn’t give shallow motivational speeches or feel-good sermons. He didn’t recycle the same messages other religious leaders were teaching. He flipped people’s ideas about God, the world, and themselves completely upside down — usually in uncomfortable ways. And that’s always how God’s words have worked! In this four-week series, we’ll compare Jesus’ words in the Gospels with the words of the Old Testament prophets to see how God’s words have always challenged our understanding of what’s wrong or right, good or bad, and just or unjust. We’ll talk about how, both then and now, God flips our assumptions about who God values, our definition of righteousness, our understanding of what’s good enough, and our definition of justice. 

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  • Confirmation Class

    Red Hill Lutheran Church Youth and Family Ministry  is offering a opprituninty for 7th and 8th grade students to join our  2 year Confirmation program that will provide them with a structured space to dive into God's word and promises with Pastor Seth and Phil Gaylor. We will go through Luther’s Small Catechism as it guides us through God’s Word and Sacraments and get a great over view of the Old and New Testement.

    This class meets once a month on Sundays and is only an hour and a half long with lunch provided. The first class starts February 5th, and will end with the Rite of Confirmation June 4th for all the 8th grade students.

  • Serve In Middle School

    Serving is one of the best ways to get connected and to make the church community feel more like a family. Commitment varies depending on your gifts and schedule. Click above, fill out the form and we will follow up with you to explore where you can serve!

  • family resource library

    Our Youth and Family Ministry (YFM) Team is devoted to the whole family throughout all the phases. We take a personal approach to ministry spanning a family's ages and stages. Each area partners dedicated staff, invested and trained small group leaders, and loving, supportive parents to leverage relationships for the sake of deep faith in the lives of our children and students. Our community purposefully seeks to walk with families as they raise godly and incredible kids. Our specific ministry areas share timely encouragement and program information.

    We have a wonderful Family Resource Library with books from newborn to college age on topics including "what to expect" at each age, as well as a variety of other topics. These resources are available on the patio every week.

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Contact Director of Student Ministry, Phil Gaylor, at pgaylor@redhillchurch.org

for more information about Middle School Ministry.

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