We are a community of students (Middle-High School) doing life together. Whether you're just figuring stuff out, struggling through life, or sold out on your faith, Life Students is a place where you can be yourself.

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what we do Each Week

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621 – Wednesdays | 6:21-8:21pm (Grades 6-12)

Join us Wednesdays for a great time with friends! This includes student-led worship, crazy games, relevant teaching and times of discussion and reflection.  For recent messages and other cool videos check out our YouTube page here.

Contact: Youth Director: Steve Kerr   or Associate Youth Director: Abby Eiermann


the mix

Saturday | 5:30pm  (Grades 6-9)

Sunday | 9:30am & 11:00am  (Grades 6-9)

This weekly meeting for students meets across the street from LifeChurch in our youth room Saturday nights and Sundays during second & third service. Students go into deeper study, ask questions, and connect with friends.

Contact: Steve Kerr,




Students 301 – Sundays | 9:30am (Grades 11-12) 

This is an intensive discipleship group for juniors and seniors who wish to grow their leadership skills while serving others.  For more information click HERE. For an application click HERE.

Contact: Steve Kerr

What we do each year

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Happenings at 621

You never know what you’re in store for at 621, however we do have a few annual events which return each year.These include the Annual Fall Kick Off in September and the summer program called "Unplugged."

Events Outside of 621

Our LifeStudents team regularly plans events and service activities where students can connect and get to know one another better. These include Cedar Point in August, a corn maze in October, Christmas parties in December, concerts (such as WinterJam), and various serving opportunities.

Retreats, Camps, and Mission Trips

Each year, there are a number of retreats or camps our students can choose to attend. These sleep-away environments often propel spiritual growth, as well as deep friendships. In addition to a High School Retreat in the fall, students may want to participate in Middle School Classic summer camp, or Teen Classic summer camp. High school students are also encouraged to take part in a yearly mission trip; past locations have included Chicago, West Virginia, Tennessee, Puerto Rico, and Honduras.

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