Student Ministry is where youth grades 6 – 12 grow in their faith by serving God, worshiping together, and forming lasting relationships.
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STUMIN WORSHIP | YEAR END CELEBRATION
Celebrate good times, come on. It’s the end of the year, and we want to celebrate all that God has done in and through our student community. We will worship, celebrate the ways God has worked in us through an open mic time, send off our seniors, and honor the leaders that invested so much time, energy, and passion into this ministry. Let’s go all in, all together for one last student community HYPE before summer starts!
THINGS TO KNOW:
Camp Wapo in Amery, WI is currently accepting applications for weekend and weeklong summer counseling and specialty positions. Apply Here! Interviews begin in January and they hope to have the staff filled by early March.
Seeds Staff (training + 4 weekends)
Training: June 13-16
Weekends: June 23-25, July 14-16, July 28-30 and August 4-6.
Seeds staff work with our youngest campers (2nd-3rd Graders) from Friday-Sunday. Seeds staff receive $115 for training and each weekend they work, with the option of working additional weekends with our family camp program. Arrival on Fridays is 1:00 pm and departure on Sundays is around 2:00 pm. We are looking for Juniors in High School through college age.
Weeklong Staff (2 weeks of training + 10 weeks of camp)
Training: May 29 – June 9
Weeks: June 11 – August 19
Weeklong staff work with our upper elementary, junior high and senior high youth from Sunday to Friday each week. Weeklong staff receive $230 each week they work. Staff have Friday evenings to Sundays at noon off, with the option to take one week off over the 10-week summer. We are looking for young adults at least one year out of high school.
Student Ministry is our core experience for 6th – 12th grade students. Each Wednesday during the school year, students will have an opportunity for small group discussion with their peers, led by a caring adult who is passionate about partnering with students in their spiritual journeys. There are two shifts for small groups, dependent on what the group decides.
Freestyle is designed for students to have their own spaces for games, fun, and conversation. Games and activities are provided with adult supervision. If your small group meets at the 1st shift, you can decide as a group if you want to end your group early to take part in freestyle. Freestyle leads into the Student Worship service in the Sanctuary at 7:00 pm.
The main feature is our Student Worship service in the Worship Center Sanctuary featuring dynamic worship experiences, high impact teaching, and opportunities for God to be showcased in our everyday lives.
The middle school choir provides ongoing support for our student ministry as we seek to engage students in opportunities to be involved in music and in missional experiences. While POP ROCKS! will sing for worship services, the primary goal is to send them out to sing and serve all over the Twin Cities and beyond.
POP ROCKS! is an awesome, positive and inspiring ministry where we celebrate what students can accomplish with dedication and effective leadership. Please join us on Wednesday evenings in the Worship Center Room 130 (lower level under the Sanctuary) from 5:30 ‐ 6:15 pm.
Students with at least one year experience with Student Ministry are invited to get connected up‐front and behind‐the‐scenes leading the media, music, Freestyle, skits, and prayer support for Student Ministry! Cost is $25 and covers materials and a t‐shirt for the year.
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Prince of Peace has dedicated one day each year in the life of your child to celebrate baptism. Keeping the Promise Family Experiences (KTP) are designed to remind us of the important promises you made during your child’s baptism.
In Affirmation of Baptism (offered in the fall and spring), students commit to taking the lead in their own life of discipleship. We approach each of the participants as if they are characters in a subplot of God’s great story.
Then, applying the principles of what makes a truly great story, help them clarify and bring meaning to the life they commit to during Affirmation of Baptism. Along the way we’ll learn about who God is, who we are, the story we’re a part of, and the life we’ve been called to.
Two sessions are offered, one in the spring and one in the fall. Each session consists of 10 classes on Sunday mornings. Each session culminates in a celebration with the entire Prince of Peace community during weekend worship.
Student Ministry Director
Saturday Worship: 5:30 pm
Sunday Worship: 8:30, 9:45, 11:00 am
Wednesday Family Worship: 5:00, 6:00 pm(Sept-April)
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