Welcome to The High School Group of Church of the Incarnation. Whether you are new, a regular, or just visiting, The High School Group wants to help you get plugged in to experience the trueness and reality of what it means to be loved and pursued by God.
Sunday School (9th-12th grade)
Sun, 10:20 am in The Flat (upstairs Youth Area)
Every Sunday morning High School students gather upstairs in an area called “The Flat” for breakfast, announcements, fellowship and Bible Study — then split up into their small groups for discussion.
Studying the The Nicene Creed: We recite it every Sunday, but what are we really saying? How does an ancient document relate to our lives and faith today? Do our lives reflect the words we say? Throughout this semester, we will ask these questions about key sections of the Nicene Creed. Our hope is that in discovering more about the Creed, we will become a community that lives out its calling on our lives.
Featuring High School speaker Jon Jordan: Jon is the Dean of Students and theology teacher at Coram Deo Academy. He has a passion for Christ and students. He is excited by this opportunity to equip students to grow in their faith. Jon is married and expecting his first child. You’ve got to hear what this dynamic teacher and leader has to say — straight from the heart of God to a generation desperately in need of a Savior.
Following Sunday School
Hungry? Come have lunch with us! High School Ministry staff walks down to West Village for lunch. We want to get to know you and what better way than over food!
Youth Group is the place to be for great fellowship and unique experiences. High School Ministry has monthly events that focus on different aspects of the Christian life from fellowship, mission and service to worship. Mark your calendar and invite a friend.
Missions and Community Service Projects
See Events page for dates and times
Serving the community, both locally and abroad is an important part of spiritual growth and walking with Christ. Throughout the year High School Ministry is involved in a variety of mission and service opportunities from feeding the homeless at Austin Street Shelter to painting and refurbishing a church in need overseas. Whatever you are interested in — we have a place for you to serve. Don’t sit on the sidelines of life get in the game and change your world.
The Youth Ministry relies heavily on parents and volunteers to ensure the success of our programs. Ways to serve: