To See Jesus Captivate Youth
Our vision is to help students establish a life changing relationship with Jesus Christ. The Bible refers to Jesus as our Chief Cornerstone. Without a solid foundation or cornerstone in place, the windows and walls of our life will start to crack and fall apart. We exist to help students put that foundation into place.
SUNDAY 5:30 PM | WEDNESDAY 6:00 PM
LOCATED AT OUR HARVEST EAST CAMPUS
CRASH YOUTH GROUP
CRASH Youth Group meets every Wednesday and Sunday evening at our Harvest East Campus. Not only do we have a youth pastor who is leading the students to the feet of Jesus, we also have many sponsors who volunteer to share life and love with your student each and every week.
CRASH Youth Group is meant for any student in grades 6-12.
2ND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH | 7:30 – 8:30 AM
LOCATED AT THE HAHN’S HOUSE
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