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Echo

7th-12th Grades

Echo, our youth ministry for 7th-12th graders, provides a safe space for students to experience God’s love from the inside-out. We are family together… a place where students can find a place of belonging with others and with God.

This summer

Echo has had an amazing year so far, even with all the changes due to COVID. We had weekly worship live-streams and lessons on Wednesday nights, and were able to move our Journey Groups online so we could all stay connected! Throughout the summer, we’re posting fun weekly videos featuring people from our community, as well as holding monthly online events & worship live-streams where we’re able to connect as a larger group. We are also working on some plans to try and do a few in-person events! We are so excited for you to join us for our Echo Summer! Follow, like, and subscribe to us on our Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube channel to stay connected!

    

During the school year

TBD what our solid plans are for Fall 2020, but this is what we would normally do: From Fall to Spring on Wednesdays from 6:30-8pm, we gather at Woodland to worship together, explore God’s story and our place within it, ask questions, have fun and grow in community with others. On Wednesday nights we give students the opportunity to experience Echo in many different ways through our Team Rooms, Echo Service, and Journey Groups. In each of these settings students encounter a time of connection, learning, and relationship building. We invite students to go on our youth mission trips and retreats, as well as to participate in other events outside of our Wednesday night service.

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"For so many years, I have been blessed by your music ministry. It takes me to a place that evokes so many emotions and feelings: gratefulness; honor; love; joy; hope; peace; strength. My heart feels connected to the heart of God over and over again as we worship together."

– WH Attender