What is ExodusStudents about?
We want to make disciples. Our goal with ExodusStudents is to make disciples of Jesus who are able to then make disciples also. Life is too short and Jesus is too important for this not to be the primary focus of ExodusStudents.
We want our students to be the Church. Rather than students seeing Exodus as something their parents are doing, we want students to understand that the time is now. And the Church is you. Our hope is that students would see Exodus as their church, that they would serve and participate in the church as a vital part of God’s mission here.
We want to have lots of fun. God is not opposed to fun and neither are we. Our goal is for students to enjoy being together and develop life long friendships that push them toward Jesus.
Who leads ExodusStudents?
Tyler Griffin is giving leadership to this program for middle and high school students. If you have a student in this age group in your home, contact Tyler for more information at [email protected]
What does ExodusStudents look like?
ExodusStudents are in grades 6 through 12. We meet weekly on Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 8:15 at the Exodus worship space at 101 South Main Street in Belmont, NC. In our meetings, we seek to accomplish the three goals for ExodusStudents as noted above. We study the sermon series and enjoy a time of fellowship and prayer. In addition to our weekly meeting, we periodically get together for special activities and seek missions opportunities.