Welcome to Oak Hill’s Student Ministries! If you’re here that means you’re at least a little bit interested in what we do here for our youth, grades 7-12. In short, we offer students at Oak Hills a few different opportunities throughout each week to connect with one another and dive deeper into the word of God. Our mission here is to Speak the Truth of the Gospel into the lives of students, calling them to: Embrace the unflinching love of God through Christ, Love His Church, and Serve His kingdom in the world.
On Sunday Mornings we get together for a more focused study of the Bible. This is a chance for students to learn how to study scripture on their own as we work through whole books together in a small group.
Sunday School - Sundays, at 9:30am Starting January 30, the Youth will join the adults for a new class called Communicating the Gospel 101: Worldview.
Ever had a hard time presenting the gospel to someone? This class is to equip Christians with an understanding of what it T.A.K.E.S. in making a worldview to better communicate the gospel. Youth will join adults for this class. Taught by Pastor John.
Wednesdays are all about games, food and discipleship. It’s a chance to grow with one another as we have fun, eat a ton of snacks, and learn what the word of God has to say about this life we live.
Youth (grades 6th-12th) - taught by Pastor John & various parents. Studying the New City Catechism, third section on the Holy Spirit and growing in grace.
Crazy Fun Nights (and days!) are also a big part of what we do. Sometimes we all just need a break from the stress of life, students included, and an opportunity to let looks and have fun. So we regularly plan special events (AKA Crazy Fun Nights) that are aimed at simply hanging out and having fun as we get to know one another and do something different.
Lastly, Service Projects give us an opportunity to look outside of ourselves at the world around us. We regularly look for opportunities to give back to and bless our local community. Whether this means volunteering at Hocker Grove Middle School down the street, serving at a local food pantry or simply helping a family in the church in need – there are plenty of ways for us to come together and serve as we see God work through us.