Journey Students exist to assist families in training their children to become productive members of the Body of Christ. We do this by allowing students to discover who they are and what they’re good at and then using those abilities to mobilize their potential for the Church.
We don’t believe our students are the future, we believe they are the present and we challenge them to be the epicenter of change where they are at right now at their homes, their schools and their community. We express this challenge through our monthly Epic Nights. Students are challenged through intense, interactive worship, dynamic, gospel-centered preaching and community.
Epic Nights happen once a month on Sunday nights from 6:30-8:30p and are for both middle and high school students. Check our calendar to see when the next Epic Night is!
Journey is not a church with small groups, we are a church of small groups. So we challenge our students to be a part of our specific Middle School and High School Journey Groups. These groups allow our students to experience Christ on a personal level and allow our students to do life together. For more information on Journey Groups, or to get plugged in contact Aaron Worshek.
Camp Como is our summer event for middle school students in Como, Colorado. It is a week long camp that will challenge campers to begin a relationship with God or to go deeper in their relationship with Him. Activities include an outdoor climbing tower, mountain biking, ropes courses, zip lining, outdoor basketball, outdoor volleyball and other great adventure programming. Every evening, you will enjoy a live, contemporary band and great speakers leading worship services about today's topics...all Biblically based. Relationships that are built here with friends and God are unforgettable and lifelong.
Located on college campuses across the nation, Move provides a program for 30,000 high school students every summer. Students are challenged through intense, interactive worship, dynamic preaching, small group study and community building. This conference is committed to helping students take their mountaintop experiences beyond the event by challenging them to become Kingdom workers. To encourage that commitment, each student has the opportunity to open a Kingdom worker card on the last day of MOVE. On that card is a challenge to complete something over the next year, no matter how difficult the task.
Carpe Skiem is a weekend retreat where we challenge the students to unplug and focus in on what God is doing in their lives. It involves acoustic worship, powerful teaching and of course a day of skiing! If you want to get away from the busyness of life and connect with God and others on a new level, this event will help you do that!