Estudents is a fun, safe and engaging environment where students 6th grade – 12th grade can grow in their relationship with God and experience transformation on their level.
We invite your family and your student to join us in our Sunday Services and then jump into Estudents on Wednesdays.
When & Where:
Wednesday Nights *630pm-8pm
The Office – 2200 N. Wilmot Rd (Ste. 220 upstairs)
2018 SUMMER CAMP INFO:
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN… $100 deposit locks in your rate. Click links below
*NOTE: we partner & go with Pantano Christian Church; when registering, you’ll be redirected to their website.
UCYC (middle school camp) – June 7-12, 2018 in Prescott
Early Bird | $375 | Jan. 8 – March 4
Regular | $385 | March 5 – April 29
Late | $405 | April 30 – May 20
CIY (high school camp) – June 25-30, 2018 in Durango, CO
Early Bird | $460 | Jan. 8 – March 4
Regular | $470 | March 5 – April 29
Late | $490 | April 30 – June 3
YOU can make a HUGE difference by helping students with scholarships for summer camps – click here
*If you have any questions or are interested in serving with Estudents, please contact Matt or Jen
Students are stronger when they gather to learn, live out their faith, and have community centered around Jesus Christ. Equipping them for their everyday life at school and at home is essential to creating a life-giving and life-changing relationship with Jesus. Take a next step and join us Wednesday nights as we learn more about seeking Christ wherever we are!
What We Do
- GATHER– Reading, discussing, and figuring out what the Bible says is an important and integral part of a student’s relationship with Jesus Christ (2 Timothy 3:16, Hebrews 4:12). Each week we watch a video and the leaders help them connect the dots between scripture and everyday life. Our goal is for them to have chances to grow and opportunities live out their faith.
- LIVE IT– Change happens in the student’s communities, not behind the walls of the church. What good is wisdom from the Bible if you aren’t living it out? A student’s mission field most often isn’t over-seas (although we’re happy to see them go), it’s usually in their schools, sports teams, bands, theater groups, and classrooms. We invite people into a relationship with Christ by living and loving like Christ did. We are called to go out and make disciples of the nations (Matthew 28:19) and we encourage students to do the same by being a light wherever they find themselves.
- COMMUNITY – The connected life is better than the surrounded life. Living in community centered around Christ is about more than learning. (Hebrews 10:24-25) It’s about holding each other accountable, having fun, relaxing, encouraging each other, and enjoying the people God has put in our lives.