Sunday School - Sundays from 9:30-10:30 AM in D207
Impact - Sundays from 6-7:30 PM in the Family Life Center
Impact is a time of fellowship and fun on Sunday evenings. We eat a simple dinner so bring $3 if you want to eat.
Refuge Mondays - Mondays from 3-6 PM at the Refuge (13150 Memorial)
The Refuge is open to 7th and 8th graders on Monday afternoons. You can play games and eat some delicious food. We have a bus that picks up at Memorial Middle School and Spring Forest Middle School.
Fat Tuesday - Tuesdays from 5:30-7 PM at the Refuge (13150 Memorial)
Each week we have a set menu item. $5 for food and a drink...the fun is free.
Prayers, Breakfast and Jesus - Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
Memorial Middle School - 7:30 AM at Einsten's Bagels (600 West Sam Houston Pkwy N #700)
Spring Forest Middle School - 7:30 AM at Chick-fil-a (753 N Dairy Ashford Rd)
Eat a delicious breakfast and hear a short devotional before school. We will get you to class on time!
August 5 - Typhoon Texas
August 20 - Promotion Sunday! Sunday School at 9:30 AM and Impact at 6 PM
September 16-17 - Spiritual Life Retreat
September 30 - First Pumpkin load at 10 AM
October 14 - Second Pumpkin load at 10 AM
October 22 - LAST Pumpkin load at 1 PM
7th and 8th graders have several opportunities to go on retreats throughout the year. We aim to have retreats that are full of fellowship and fun for our students. Below is a list of the retreats we have throughout the year:
- Spiritual Life Retreat (Fall semester)
- Guys' Group Enchanted Rock (late Fall or early Spring)
- Middle School Midwinter (Spring semester)
- 8th Grade Mystery Trip (Spring semester)
Permission Slips and Online Registrations
Typhoon Texas (August 5)
Middle School After-School Program (MAP)
Our Middle School After-School Program (MAP) offers 6th, 7th and 8th graders a great place to hang out after school. Some days are spent at the church and some are spent at the Refuge. There is always a delicious snack and something to do for your students after school. MAP is run by our 7.8 Ministry Coordinator, Lynell Kennedy. There are also a few High School students to be there to hang out or help with homework. Email Lynell with any questions.