The aim of the student ministry at Sandy Ridge is to provide an atmosphere for students, in 7th-12th grade, to come and grow together in their relationships with Christ and with each other. Our mission is to help bridge the gap between Jesus and those who don’t have a relationship with Him. This is where we get our name, “The Bridge.” The Bridge Student Ministry is not just about students; its about the whole family. While most of what we do is geared towards students, we also have opportunities that help integrate the parents into the student ministry as well. If parents are equipped to be the primary spiritual influence in the life of their kids…well, that’s good student ministry.
On Sunday at Sandy Ridge you’ll find for students…
…Small groups for 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th-10th grade, and 11th-12th grade at 9:09 in the Student Complex.
…on Sunday evenings from 5:00-6:30pm we have our Student Ministry Bible study.
…on every 4th Sunday we have a fellowship time called Sunday Funday.
…on every 5th Sunday we have a Parents Only get together.
16th, 23rd: Thursday Serve Day: 9am-Lunch. Bring money for cheap/quick lunch. 19th: Bridge Family Camping Trip Information meeting following worship. This should only be a 10-15 minute meeting.
25th-26th: Family Camping Trip to Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park. Cost is $13/per person. This trip is designed for families to go on together. Cost includes camping, food, fishing and daily activities. There are other activities that families can do at an additional cost. There will be an information meeting held July 12th immediately following worship.
30th: Thursday Serve Day: 9am-Lunch. Bring money for cheap/quick lunch.
6th & 13th: Thursday Serve Day: 9am-Lunch. Bring money for cheap/quick lunch. 15th: Hickory Crawdads Game and Colton Dixon Concert. Cost is $12 per person. Eat before you come or at the ball park. The concert will begin immediately following the game. Sign up sheet is on David’s office door.
5th Sunday Parent Connection – August 30th: A time to connect as parents & fellowship with one another.