Alive Student Ministry

About ALIVE

Alive Student Ministry exists to help middle and high school students (7th-12th grade) FIND & FOLLOW Jesus. Ephesians 2:4-5 says,

“But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ—by grace you have been saved.”

 That’s what ALIVE is about every time we gather… Celebrating what God has done for us through Jesus! 

At every ALIVE service, we gather for a time of worship and teaching, then break into Life Groups (which are divided up by grade and gender). These groups provide a time for the students to ask questions and personally go deeper into God’s Word. To find out more about ALIVE Student Ministry, please visit our website at AliveStudentMinistry.com or check us out on all social media platforms. 

6 p.m. Doors Open
6:15 p.m. Dollar Dinner & Snack Shop Open
7-8:30 p.m. ALIVE Service (Middle School 7-8 and High School 9-12)
8:45 p.m. Doors Close 

We operate under the guidelines of our Child Safety Policy, which was developed with the aim of valuing youth and protecting them from anyone who would want to take advantage of them or hurt them. Our prayer is that these guidelines will provide clear protection for the youth in our care and will serve well the many faithful volunteers who are motivated by the Lord to invest in young hearts. We also trust it will discourage and protect against anyone with ill intent.
 
We require every Student Ministry volunteer and staff member to go through a screening process. Our Child Safety Screening Process includes seven requirements, with the goal of helping us become familiar with the individuals desiring to serve with our youth. The required screening steps include:
 
  1. North Hills’ membership for 6 months (required for those 18 years and older)
  2. Completion of our Child/Youth Worker Application
  3. Receipt of two references (answering child-specific questions)
  4. Signing off on our Child Safety Policy
  5. Completion of a background check
  6. Personal interview with an appropriate ministry leader
  7. Training – including both an online training for general child safety information (required for those 18 years and older) and a North Hills-specific training on our specific policy and our heart related to this topic

Details & Links:

Student Ministry Staff

Tim Wadsworth

Director of Student Ministries

Hope Tinnin

Administrative Assistant

Dawson Martin

Middle School Coordinator

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