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!

THIS MONTH'S SERIES

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CATALYST
A 4-week series from Hebrews on Spiritual Growth

Sometimes the idea of “faith” can feel a little mysterious and hard to grasp. After all, what is it? And how do you get it — or get more of it? Well, just like science can explain so many of the mysterious and hard-to-grasp things in the world around us, there are answers for many of the mysterious and hard-to-grasp things about faith, too. You’ll learn in science class that “catalysts” are interactions that create big changes and transformations. In the same way, Scripture shows us certain change-making “catalysts” are necessary for the transformation of our faith and the faith of others. In this four-week series from Hebrews, we’ll discover that faith is a catalyst for action, the faith of others can be a catalyst on our journey, Jesus is the catalyst for a new relationship with God, and we can be a catalyst for change.

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