High School Youth


High School Youth

To visit Knox's website dedicated to High School Ministries please click the logo below:

 Youth Fellowship 

Youth Fellowship is a mid-week Discussion & Bible Study time for 9-12 graders.  Our Wednesday night program runs year round and includes dinner and fellowship. Dinner is from 6-6:30 and fellowship is from 6:30-7:30 p.m during the school year and 6:30-7:30 with no dinner during the summer.  We also offer a more intimate setting with Sunday Night Bible Study from 7-8:30 Sunday night during the school year.  Check www.knoxblog.org for more info.

Events are planned throughout the year.  A few activities enjoyed this year were; Winter & Fall Retreats, Fall & Winter Lock-Ins, Six Flags Fright Fest, Bowling & Laser Tag, and Broom Hockey.  Check www.knoxblog.org for more info.

High School Mission Trip - Go & Serve

For one week each June, high school students and adult volunteers go to places throughout the midwest to help people, share God's word, and spread Christ's love. It is a wonderful experience of serving, building and growing in Christ for all involved! We went to Springfield, Ohio last year.  

This year's dates are June 10 - 16 and we are headed to Alma, Michigan.  Details and registration can be found on our Go & Serve page HERE.   You can also check www.knoxblog.org for more info.

To learn more about Knox's High School Ministries, contact David Newby.  

Lean on Me: Teen Care Ministry

Lean on Me: Teen Care Ministry is about loving each other because Christ first loved us. This ministry provides Christian care to Knox youth from 9th grade through their Senior year on an as-needed basis. Under the guidance of clergy and trained supportive adults, carefully selected and trained teens come alongside their peers in times of emotional and spiritual need.  This is a confidential ministry, similar to the Stephen Ministry program, but with teens caring for teens. Teen care givers are trained to build relationships, to welcome others, to be supportive listeners, and to affirm their peers in need.  If you have any questions, please contact Rene De Coning or David Newby.

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