High School Ministry
2 Corinthians 5:18 states, "God..reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation." We believe this to be the greatest news ever spoken. Our goal here at Reflection is to: 1) Help students see how God has invited them into a relationship with Himself through His Son, Jesus. 2) Help students see how God has called them to reflect this great news into the world around them. Our prayer is that the students love each other with the love of Christ, and share that love with the world.
Thursday Nights 6:30 PM
REFLECTION is our weekly group meeting on Thursday nights from 6:30-8:30pm. We enjoy connecting over some simple food and conversation, followed by musical praise, a Bible study, and small groups. Our time in the Word of God is interactive, purposeful and beneficial, and our hang-out time is friendly and intentional.
Along with our regular meetings, we enjoy many other events and activities throughout the year. We schedule at least one fun activity each month, like Laser Tag, Broomball, Rebounderz, hiking, movie nights and more! There’s also discipleship groups, student extracurricular events, and service opportunities. All of our events are designed to encourage fellowship and outreach.
A few times a year we get away from the regular routine of life in order to build friendships and strengthen our relationships with the Lord. Whether it’s off to Woodleaf to take part in a high-energy, Christ-focused weekend with hundreds of other students, or to Hume Lake to enjoy 'Christian outdoor Disneyland' in God’s beautiful creation, or road trips to Green Valley to hear phenomenal speakers and make lifelong memories, high school camps are always filled with good fun, great food, lasting friendships, and transforming encounters with the Living God!
High School Director
Student Ministries Director
Our High School Director, Joe DuCharme, has a heart to teach and exemplify the Word of God to the next generation of disciples. His desire is that students would come to know Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and grow in their relationship with Him.