EVERY NATION YOUTH

EVERY NATION YOUTH

Every Nation Youth is the middle school and high school ministry of Every Nation Cincinnati Church. It’s a place for sixth through twelfth graders to be challenged and encouraged to grow a real relationship with Jesus Christ and experience authentic community with others their age.

SUNDAY MORNINGS

Middle schoolers (6th-8th grade) attend Sunday worship with their families and are dismissed to their class before the sermon. Students play games, build friendships and study the Bible together. Caring leaders facilitate discussion and reflection on real-life issues. And students grow deeper into their relationship with Jesus.

High schoolers (9th-12th grade) attend the entire Sunday service. We encourage the students to serve with their talents and gifts in an area of ministry within our church. You’ll often see high schoolers serving alongside adults on our Worship, Kids, Hospitality, Creative, or other teams!

Weekly YOUTH GROUP

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WEDNESDAYS, 6:30 – 8:00 PM
All 6th-12th graders are invited to come play games, hear an engaging message, and connect in small groups. Newcomers are always welcome!

THIS MONTH'S SERIES

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ON THE FLIP SIDE
A 4-week series on justice
When Jesus was on earth, he wasn’t exactly known for telling people what they wanted to hear. Jesus’ message was unlike any message people had ever heard before. He didn’t give shallow motivational speeches or feel-good sermons. He didn’t recycle the same messages other religious leaders were teaching. He flipped people’s ideas about God, the world, and themselves completely upside down — usually in uncomfortable ways. And that’s always how God’s words have worked! In this four-week series, we’ll compare Jesus’ words in the Gospels with the words of the Old Testament prophets to see how God’s words have always challenged our understanding of what’s wrong or right, good or bad, and just or unjust. We’ll talk about how, both then and now, God flips our assumptions about who He values, our definition of righteousness, our understanding of what’s good enough, and our definition of justice.

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