Every week people come for the first time and if you have never been, we are excited for you to come!
HSM RETURN to the campus
We will be practicing physical distancing and wearing a face covering over your nose and mouth is required. If you don't have a face covering, one will be provided. Temperatures may be taken of those attending. If there is any type of illness in your family we ask that you remain at home to worship. The Center for Disease Control recommends that if you are a member of a high risk group (elderly, immunocompromised, etc.) you should avoid large gatherings.
Park in the rear Parking Structure and follow the signs to the Cafe/Middle School outdoor patio.
To register for the next worship gathering, click on the link below.
Making disciples who live and love like Jesus
Small groups are where we teach people to follow Jesus step-by-step!
Small groups are where we teach high school students how to follow Jesus step-by-step. We do this by gathering on Tuesday or Wednesday nights in gender-specific groups of 5-15 students. Group time involves studying the Bible, sharing about your life and being challenged to take steps forward in your faith!
For more information on small groups, email Brit Vargas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small groups will start again on September 8, 2020 sign up below to join one now!
On Campus Ministry
We want students to not just engage with the church on Sundays, but to be actively involved in their school faith communities as well. A great way for students to do that is to attend their local Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting. These meetings, called Huddles, occur on a regular basis on campus and are a great opportunity for students to connect with others who can help them grow in their faith.
Parents: If you want to get involved in supporting your school’s FCA through prayer, providing food or logistical support, please email high school ministry on campus staff member J.D. Laske at email@example.com.
Baptism is a celebration of your death to sin and new life in Jesus Christ!
Who Should Be Baptized?
In Scripture, the act of baptism quickly follows an individual’s decision to trust in Jesus Christ alone for salvation (Acts 2:37-41; 8:35-39;10:47-48). After you have professed your faith in Jesus Christ for salvation, you are ready to obey Jesus’ command to be baptized and publicly identify yourself as a follower of Jesus Christ. We baptize high school students throughout the year in the Calvary adult services, in high school services and in the ocean at summer bonfires, and we love getting to celebrate with them!
If you are interested in more information on baptism or if you want to get baptized, email high school director Tony Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Mission Trips
We encourage students to take their next step in applying for one of our HSM mission trips. We take trips each year to Mexico, Uganda, Ukraine, and the Dominican Republic, and believe that this is our opportunity to take the Great Commission seriously in taking the Gospel throughout this world. More information about our trips can be found here on our HSM Mission Trip page, and if you have any questions about our trips feel free to reach out to our administrative assistant Courtney Lopez at email@example.com.
Every winter we have the opportunity to take students up to Hume Lake for winter camp, where we partake in a weekend of worship, recreation, and Biblical teaching. Winter camp is a perfect place to get away from normal life for a weekend, enjoy the beautiful campus of Hume lake, and even see snow if you’re lucky!