If anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation: everything old has passed away; see, everything has become new!

2 Corinithians 5:17

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High School youth are welcome to worship with their family and friends on Sunday Mornings.

Sunday Night Bible Study

High school students are welcome to join us each Sunday evening for Bible Study 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm. This is an opportunity for those students who wish to dig deeper into faith. We pick topics ahead of time, usually the first Sunday of the school year, and then discuss the topics throughout the year.


All high school students are welcome to gather each Wednesday during the school year from 6 to 7:30 for Youth Group. We will share a meal together from 6-6:30, and then spend an hour in fellowship. Activities vary from week to week but include games, large group discussions, small group breakouts, and much more.

Each week we provide a meal on Wednesday Night for the Youth Group. Help us offset that cost with a one-time $50 dollar payment.

Special Events

Knox High School has special events throughout the year. Check out the calendar to see what is happening!

Go & Serve

Every summer, the youth of Knox load into vans and head out for a week-long service project somewhere in the Midwest, along with an army of adults and young adults. The location changes, along with the work, from Sisseton South Dakota to Alma Michigan, but the heart of the week remains the same: to be the hands and feet of Christ in service to the community in a time of need.

Scholarships are available for those facing financial hardships - please do not allow costs to prevent you from attending. Contact Darin Nettleton for assistance with scholarships. Additionally, only a 50 dollar deposit is required at the time of registration. Check the calendar for date and location.

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This is our primary method of communicating with parents throughout the year. 

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Safe Haven Policy
Knox Presbyterian Church prepared this Safe Haven policy which applies to all church-related activities that involve minors. It was developed to educate staff and volunteers about their role in appropriately caring for minors including abuse and injury prevention, to provide general procedures that reduce these risks, and implement a method of effective responses to a variety of situations. Updates to this policy can be made by appropriate staff members when needed. If necessary, those changes would be communicated to volunteers.

Contact Us

Questions? We'd love to hear from you. Fill out the form below to get started.

Darin Nettleton

Director of Youth & Young Adult Ministries

Megan Benton

Youth & Young Adult Ministries Coordinator