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Adamah Youth

Adamah is the name of our Youth ministry which is the Hebrew word for ground. We seek to be like the good soil in the parable that is spoken about in Matthew 13:8. Our youth is made up of 6th-12th grade students. We meet weekly during the school year on Wednesday @ 5:30pm. We also participate in summer camps and other events throughout the year. 

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Core Values

  • Jesus at the Center

    • In all that we think, say and do Jesus should be at the center of it all. The First and Greatest Commandment is to love the lord your God with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength. Above it all we are here because of Jesus, so Jesus should be the most important thing in everything that we do.

  • Live by Example

    • 1 Timothy 4:12 says, “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.” It is easy to look lowly of student becasue of their age. But we beleive being young doesn’t exclude the call that we have followers of Jesus to be an example to others. Our hope is that each student would begin setting an example for those around them, theri siblings, their parents, and anyone they interact with. The bible teaches that the God places the Holy Spirit in those who believe in him, that includes our youth, just as we expect adult believers to grow in their faith and example, we challnege our youth to grow and mature in their faith as well.​​

  • Witness Boldly

    • Romans 1:16 says, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile.” Our hope is for our youth to grow and mature in their faith, living it out at home, school, and church.  From praying out loud, to preaching a sermon, sharing with others how God is speaking to them, and sharing the good news of Jesus with their friend and family. Whatever it is we hope to lead youth to a place where they are not ashamed of the gospel, not shamed of their faith, or ashamed of Jesus.

  • Safe Place

    • The second greatest commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself. Obviously many of you may not hangout with each other outside of youth on Wednesdays. That’s fine but I do expect you all to treat each other with respect and dignity in all places, especially at school and here at church. Everyone should feel welcomed no matter how different they may be because that what Jesus would do and what he has done with us.


  • Student Consent Form (Medical, Liability, and Media Release)

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