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Student Pastor: Zack Parker

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Revolution Student Ministries meets Wednesdays from 6-8 p.m. in the main worship auditorium. In White House, middle school begins at fifth grade, so student ministries is fifth grade through 12th grade.

Students have a teaching time on Sunday morning at 9 a.m. in the classroom area behind the church which is a sit-down discipleship time to learn the Bible and hang out with other students from 9:00-9:45.

Frequently asked questions:

  1. It’s a week night, can we eat? – Yes! We have a snack area with drinks, candy, and often times pizza and more. Bring a few bucks, we keep it cheap and don’t break the bank. Food is always served in the early part of the Wednesday session.
  2. Do we have to check in like RevKids? – No, there are no check-ins and labels like the younger kids, but we do ask that once students come inside for students that they stay until the end of the session or a parent picks them up. Students who drive should not come and go from 6-8 p.m. but stay for the length of the session. As with all our services, the outside doors are locked during service time to keep everyone safe inside.
  3. Are there activities? – Yes! We have lock-ins, Holiday World trips, bowling, movies and more!
  4. What about Sundays? – We love to see our students in the adult worship time, and in fact, many of them are volunteers in lights, camera, hospitality, greeters, ushers and the worship team!
  5. Are high school and middle school students together? – On Wednesday, game time and worship (music) time is together, but group discussion time is split with middle school in one area and high school in another with separate teachers.
  6. What is the worship like? – Our students are involved in singing and the band and the technical aspects of leading the music! We are proud of them and their leadership on stage!
  7. I’m graduating, what should I do? – Get involved! A teen can easily transition from a student to an adult volunteer, but that happens when you enter your freshman year of college at the end of the summer.