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Student Ministry Overview

At Indian Springs, we believe that the most effective student ministry is a student ministry that ministers with students, not at them. Your student will have numerous opportunities to take an active role in growing in their faith as well as sharing their faith with others. Our Student ministry focuses on developing a gospel-centered community through LifeGroups on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m., Small Group Fellowship times and corporate, student-led worship services on Wednesday evenings. Throughout the summer, there are mission trips plans for your students as well as other service opportunities here locally to be involved in. Contact Kyle Crowell, ISBC Student Pastor, about more information on how to get connected to our Student ministry.


Student Ministry (7th – 12th Grade)

Our High School Ministry seeks to continue the gospel maturity in our students and help them grow deeper in relationships with one another, their leaders, and most importantly, the Lord. On a weekly basis, every Sunday at 9:30 a.m., our students meet in LifeGroups that are broken up by age and gender to study God’s Word. We also meet weekly on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. for corporate worship for students as well as break out groups to foster accountability and biblical community. During the year, there are also missions and service opportunities planned for the High schoolers to take an active part in sharing the gospel message both here locally and internationally.

Student Missions Opportunities

Part of being a gospel-centered Student ministry is creating opportunities for them to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with others. Whether we are assisting a neighbor with yardwork or going on short-term mission trips to be the hands and feet of Jesus to those outside of our community, we want students to have the opportunity to not just be a disciple but to make disciples of those God places in their path.