Mid Tree Kids
Mid Tree Kids includes newborns through 5th graders and is divided into four age groups:
Seedlings, from newborns to walking well
Sprouts, from walking well to potty trained
Saplings, K3 and K4
Buds, from Kindergarten to 5th Grade
Find our kids checkpoint to the left once you come through the main entrance, grab a name tag, and drop your kiddo off for a time of worship and Bible study. Seedlings and Sprouts meet upstairs on each side of the sanctuary at Impact 360. Saplings and Buds meet downstairs in the Vine Village.
Mid Tree Youth
Mid Tree Youth exists to equip students with the ability to encounter their culture with the Gospel and to grow in their knowledge and love for the Word of God and Jesus Christ.
“Then we will no longer be little children, tossed by the waves and blown around by every wind of teaching, by human cunning with cleverness in the techniques of deceit.” Eph. 4:14
At Mid Tree, students are broken up into two different categories: [GAP 56] and Mid Tree Youth (MTYouth). [GAP 56] consists of 5th-6th graders, and MTYouth consists of 7th-12th graders. Each of the groups meet once a month for time devoted to fellowship, games, worship, teaching, and small groups.
[GAP 56] is structured to bridge the gap between Kids’ Church and Youth Group. We hope to prepare them for MTYouth by getting them used to sitting under teaching and helping them learn how to engage in meaningful small group conversations.
[GAP 56] meets on the third Sunday of every month.
At Mid Tree, we consider MTYouth the meat of our student ministry; in other words, 7th-12th graders are our main target audience. We want to give students a place to be themselves and be discipled by church members that love the students and the Good News of Jesus.
MTYouth meets on the first Sunday of every month from 4-7.
MTYouth is also where “extracurricular” activities fall. In addition to our normal meeting time, we offer small group Bible studies throughout each month. Things like summer retreats, winter retreats, community outreach projects, and mission trips are all examples of extracurricular events provided for 7th – 12th graders.