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High School

Central Student Ministries strive to move young people to spiritual maturity to become effective ministers of Jesus Christ.

Our theme verse is I Timothy 4:12 which says

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

Our desire is that by the time each teen graduates from high school they are able to actively share and defend their faith.

HSM Sunday Nights

Every Sunday night our 9th-12th grade students come together from 6-8PM for a time of engaging worship, relevant teaching, hanging out with friends, and small group time. This small group time is a key component of our weekly ministry as it allows students to connect deeply with other students to deepen their faith in Jesus, develops accountability, and allows for our students to share issues that they may be struggling with.

Sunday Mornings

Our high school class meets during the 9:30AM worship service. We meet in room 202. Our goal for the class is for students to be able to build relationships with each other and discover God’s truth for their lives. This is also a great time to be able to share how God has blessed us throughout the week, and pray for one another.

We are excited that you are thinking about visiting us. Our group is composed of students from many school systems including Woodlan, Leo, Hicksville, Eastside, Harlan Christian, Blackhawk Christian, Lakewood Park Christian, Northside, Homestead, Snider, Northrop, Carroll, New Haven, and EAU. This provides a wonderful opportunity for our students to create friendships with students outside of their everyday group of friends at their own school.

If you have any questions please contact Johnathan Baldwin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Current Series: Who Needs Christmas

We talk about the world's need for Chrismas - The First Christmas, that is. Ask your high schooler if they're dealing with any situations that feel hopeless (maybe a friendship, a class, or a sport). Remind them that when God's involved, there's always hope that things could get better - the birth of a Savior is a great example of that.