Grades 6-12, 6:30Pm-8:00pm
Wednesdays in the Middle Building

Our goal is to help students become Real in their faith, Rooted in Scripture, and Reaching out to their community.

Students will hear relevant messages that hit them where they are at in life and meet other students who live in the same world. On Wednesday Nights, our discussion times bring an exciting and challenging environment for students to come and learn about their relationships with God and each other. 

We believe in a higher purpose and we want to put you in touch with your God-given potential...it's why we exist.

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What is the purpose of (RE)GEN?
Our desire is to create a fun and safe atmosphere where students can come and be themselves and experience the Hope and Holiness of Jesus Christ. We want all students to come as they are, but to know that we love them too much to let them stay there.
Our Youth Vision is Real, Rooted, and Reaching. Helping students become Real in their faith, Rooted in Scripture, and Reaching out to their community.
Real: That each student’s faith and relationship with Jesus Christ would be their own (Romans 10:9). We want students to believe in Jesus, not because their parents, siblings, or friends believe, but because they have had a life-changing experience with God.
Rooted: That each student would have a strong foundation in God’s Word and in the Church. That each would be blessed by meeting regularly for the purposes of discipleship and fellowship (2 Timothy 3:16-17, 1 Corinthians 2:13).
Reaching: That each student would reach out in their sphere of influence, show the love of Jesus and make disciples of Jesus as His ambassadors (2 Corinthians 5:20 – 21, Matthew 28:19 – 20, John 3:16, John 14:12).
What do we do at (RE)GEN?
Wednesdays from 6:30pm to 8:00pm: These are our fun, activity-based meetings where we teach students about Jesus and have fun in the progress. Our lessons are designed not to just teach random Biblical facts, but to teach them "how" to think with a Biblical lens and to see their lives and the world the way that God does.



The theme of this year’s camp was Movement: Love in Action.

Camp was five days and four nights. Students had times of worship, devotion, service projects and activities ranging from paintball, archery, sports and swimming. In their free time they played gaga ball with other students from other churches or chess. In the mornings they had worship and a short devotion and in the evenings they had worship and a lesson by the speaker Josiah.

Each night focused on being a part of God's movement, a movement that began through the leading of the Holy Spirit in the lives of early Christians. It highlighted the Holy Spirit's involvement, how God uses our gifts and talents to continue the movement and to show love towards others (Love in Action). Their encouragement was to continue showing love in action to their friends, families, and community as they continue on in the Movement of God. (Theologians used would refer to it as Missio Dei: Mission of God).