Youth Group

About

In 1st Thessalonians 2:8 Paul writes: “Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God, but our lives as well.” This is the purpose of Student Ministry at Centerpoint Church: we are sharing our lives with one another as we all seek to grow closer to Jesus.

At Centerpoint, we understand how each Middle and High School student is asking questions like, “Who am I? What is my place? Where do I belong?” This is why we feel so passionately about being there for students to provide a safe place to ask those questions and submit that Jesus can help us answer them. We can’t imagine growing up without adults who show up in one another’s life, believe in you, and encourage you when things get rough.

Practically, this means that our programming and planning are meant to build relationships with one another. Each student is separated into a small group, separated by gender and grade, in order to grow deeper with relationships that you are developing over time. Student Ministry involves weekly meetings as well as outside events. All of this is seeking to grow in our relationship with Christ, asking the question: What does it look like for me to become more and more Christlike?

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Roots is our Middle School Group. They meet on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:00pm at Base Camp.

Join us! No prior registration required.

Summit is our High School Group, it meets Sunday Nights from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Base Camp and in leader homes.

Join us! No prior registration required.

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Meet the Team

Kim is married to Taylor Grose and they have a cat named Denali. She enjoys spending time in the outdoors. Her favorite TV Series is Parks and Rec. She loves all things coffee related and hates the word moist. Her love language is Quality Time, so stop and stay a spell . . . even better, grab a cup of coffee with her.

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Kimberlee Grose


Josh is a husband, a father of two girls, relational to the max, and visionary. He loves playing music, golfing, eating and hanging out with lots of friends. One time he owned a Prius. Another time he climbed a tree. Yet on another occasion, he won a watermelon eating contest. Any questions?

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Josh Pressley


We totally understand how walking into church or a group for the first time can be intimidating. In which case, if you are new, or have questions, we would encourage you to reach out to us. We would love to grab coffee or a meal and talk about what our group looks like. It certainly helps to have a friendly face as you walk in.

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