Bringing Students and god together in love

Our Goals:  

1. faiths are strengthened

2. lives are changed by the gospel

3. doubts are met with Biblical truth

4. lifelong friendships are created

5. the love of Christ is overflowing

Our heart for students comes from 1 Timothy 4:12:

"Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity."

WHAT TO EXPECT at youth night

Join us for an incredible night of worship, scripture, games, singing, friendship, and fun! 

Youth Night is for students in grades 6-12 and is typically held every Sunday night from 6p-8p at our U-City Campus. 

Upcoming Events below has all the details.

We can’t wait to see you there. 

  • At One Family Youth, we are all about having fun! This is a time to laugh, play games, eat, seek wisdom from our team members, take a break from the stresses of school, and sometimes even win prizes!

  • Youth Night would not be complete if we did not hear the good news of Jesus Christ. We will gather as a large group to hear an inspirational message from our Youth Leader followed by small group discussions in our Life Groups. Students are grouped by gender and age, and led in discussion by our amazing adult leaders.

  • What better way to end the night than singing praises to God! 

upcoming Events

OUR Team


    Youth Leader




    Director of Next Gen Ministry




    The men and women who invest in our students. 

    It takes many people investing in our students to accomplish our goals. We are incredibly grateful for a loving and committed group of volunteers that continue to invest in the lives of our young people.



    You can make a difference by using your gifts to serve others through the Dream Team! We strongly encourage students to try a volunteer serving team out today and we'd love to help you find your best fit! 



    Life Groups are intentionally built in to each Youth Night. We know the value of spending time together regularly to do life together. 




Jesus began to pursue his life's purpose when he was only twelve years old. After a trip to Jerusalem, Jesus' parents couldn't find him. They finally discovered him in the temple, listening to the rabbis, asking them questions, and even explaining important spiritual ideas to them. In other words, even at twelve years old, Jesus was already beginning to develop his gifts and abilities for his future mission.

Twelve years old is a pivotal age in the life of young people. It's the age when many young people begin to emerge from childhood and start the process of growing into adults. It's the age when young people leave elementary school and enter middle school. It's the age when many young people begin to form their identity and make extremely important choices that will impact their lives for years to come.

Unfortunately, our culture does not provide many meaningful rites of passage for young people during this important period in their lives. As a result, many young people seek affirmation and identity wherever they can find it. Many look to friends, social media, television and popular culture for clues about who or what they should become. While there are certainly some good and helpful voices in the culture, there are also many negative and unhelpful voices as well. Consequently, many young people struggle with anxiety, depression, confusion and uncertainty about who they are and why they exist.

At One Family Church, we are passionate about helping middle and high school youth become all that God designed them to be. We are passionate about helping young people discover, develop and deploy their God-given gifts, talents and abilities so that they can flourish in life. We believe that the scriptures can help them form a solid identity and a bright future, and we want to partner with young people to help them grow.

The scriptures teach us that as a young man, Jesus grew in four key areas. It says, he "grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man." We see this scripture as providing a template of the four key growth areas for young people:

  • Intellectually/Emotionally (wisdom): We love to help young people make wise choices, ask deep questions, and make emotionally mature decisions.

  • Physically (stature): Our bodies are the temple of God. We encourage young people to honor their bodies through physical exercise, good nutrition, and wise life choices.

  • Spiritually (favor with God): We encourage young people to love God with all of their heart, soul, mind and strength, and develop a deep meaningful relationship with Him.

  • Socially (favor with man): We encourage young people to love their neighbors as themselves, to develop loving friendships and to care passionately about issues of justice in our community.