STudents Groups

Real conversations. Life-long friendships. Adult leaders who truly care.

Being a part of Students Groups is the best decision you can make! In Students Groups, there's an authentic community where it's safe to be yourself while also being challenged to grow to develop an authentic faith of your own. There are times to have fun and connect with new friends. Plus, there are adult leaders there for you who genuinely care about you and want to hear how your week is going. Sound like something you want to be a part of? Let us know you’re coming!

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Aberdeen, Abingdon & Mountain Rd Campuses

Middle School: Wednesdays 6-7:30 PM
High School: Wednesdays 7:30-9 PM

Edgewood Campus

Combined Middle & High School: Sundays 3-5:30 PM

Check out the latest Students Calendar to see what's going on with Mountain Students!


A Mountain Students Christmas Party… GROUPS STYLE. The night will start with some time to hang and some food for all! We’ll then dive into some time together as a campus to have some fun competing and hearing a short message before breaking out into groups to serve together. There will be a Food Drive Competition serving The EPICENTER Food Pantries and the Abingdon Campus Food Pantry. In addition, Groups will look to make a gift bag for partner organizations as a part of an Explosion of Good.

Abingdon & Mountain Rd Campuses
Middle School: Wednesday, November 29, 6-7:30 PM
High School: Wednesday, November 29, 7:30-9 PM

Aberdeen Campus
Combined Middle & High School: Wednesday, November 29, 6:30-8:30 PM, Doors open at 6 PM

Edgewood Campus
Combined Middle & High School: Sunday, December 3, 3:30-5:30 PM, Doors open at 3 PM


Students will arrive at their Mountain campus on Wednesday evenings to hang out and connect with other students. Students can jump in and play 9 Square together or button mash some Super Smash or buy a snack and talk about what’s going on at school. They can even jump into organized games together or pick up a basketball and hoop.

After spending some time to connect and play together, the campus will all come together to hear a message designed specifically for middle and high school students from one of the communicators on the Students Teaching Team that is based out of the Bible and leaves them with a challenge.

After the message, the best and most important part of the night kicks off as everyone breaks into smaller groups guided by adult leaders where students can share what’s going on in their lives in a safe place and also talk about how the message applies to their lives. Most of these leaders are the ones you already know if you are connected to a group!


Looking for more information or have any questions? Contact the Students Team at