The Westgate Memorial Baptist Student Ministries is made up of students in grades 7-12. The heart of our ministry is to be a place where students can come to interact with the truth of God. This generation is bombarded with media and messages of all sorts that portray just about everything but what is true and real. We believe, as a church, that the only real truth that can be found in life is found through a real relationship with Christ and through the Holy Bible. It is our desire to clear up the line between truth and lies, fake and real, holy and depraved. We believe that by clearing up this line we give students the opportunity to fall passionately in love with Jesus and the opportunity to worship Him in spirit and in truth. As a ministry, we go on several trips and camps throughout the year as well as a monthly "just plain fun" event. We believe that as we build a sense of community among the students and parents that our methods of ministry are much more intimate and personal. We hope you will come and discover life's greatest adventure along with us soon.
Wednesday Night Bible Studies
Wednesday nights at 5:15 pm the students are welcomed to come and hangout in the student room. We start our Wednesday Night worship at 6:30 and parents are invited as well to come to our time of worship and bible study in student room. It is our hope that this time will be an outpouring of our personal worship/quiet times from throughout the week as we come together as one to meet with God.
Sunday Morning Bible Study
Our Sunday School classes are an opportunity for small group bible study each Sunday morning at 9:45. Each class is tailored to a specific age range to help students to get plugged into a group where they can feel comfortable as they work together to grow in personal discipleship and outreach. Sunday School classes are also a great opportunity for guests to come to our church to get plugged into a small group with an atmosphere of fellowship and group discussion. High school and middle school students meet in the student room before breaking into smaller groups.