HSM is dedicated to helping high school students experience a life-changing relationship with Jesus. High School students are asking the questions, where do I belong, what should I believe, how can I matter, and what will I do. We believe helping them find answers to these questions is critical in these years. We want to connect them to God and others and find belonging. We desire to listen to their questions and respond carefully. We want to provide opportunities now for them to make a difference. Finally, we want to guide and encourage their vision of God’s purpose for their life



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SMALL GROUPS

WED // 6:30pm - 8pm

WE WERE CREATED FOR RELATIONSHIP. WE WERE CREATED WITH PURPOSE.

High School groups meet in homes in the community. Hospitable church members at TheMET have opened up their homes to provide a warm and inclusive environment for students to connect with one another and have meaningful conversations about living God's way. These small groups range in size from 10-25 students. During discussion times, students divide by gender into smaller groups. Each small group is led by 4-6 adults who help facilitate the discussions. For more information about locations, please email us here!


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BIBLE STUDY

SUN // 9:30am

CALLED, LOVED, KEPT

Over the next seven weeks, High School students will study the book of Jude. Meet us in the Loft (on the second floor) at 9:30am on Sunday mornings as we dive into themes of being called, loved, and kept, and learn how to point others to Jesus in grace and truth. We serve others well when we share the whole gospel with them, not just the parts deemed attractive by our culture.

SUNDAY INFORMATION


Throughout the semester, we offer various Bible Studies to help our High School students grow in a biblical worldview and a greater understanding of Scripture as it relates to our everyday lives. Join us at 9am every Sunday on the 3rd Floor of the Kids building as we dive into God’s word together.


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High School groups meet in homes in the community. Hospitable church members at TheMET have opened up their homes to provide a warm and inclusive environment for students to connect with one another and have meaningful conversations about living God's way. These home groups range in size from 10-25 students. During discussion times, students divide by gender into smaller groups. Each home group is led by 4-6 adults who help facilitate the discussions. For more information about locations, please email us!


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