ROCC Youth

Our goal is to glorify God and equip students to remain rooted in their faith.

Every week, students in Grades 6-12 are given three specific opportunities to grow in their faith with Christ. Our largest area of discipleship occurs at ROCC Youth, which meets on Sundays. HSM (High School Ministry) meets from 3pm-5pm. MSM (Middle School Ministry) meets from 4:30pm-6:30pm and there is an intentional hangout time for students to enjoy snacks and fellowship with each other from 4:30-5pm.

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At ROCC Youth, students experience Gospel-centered teaching and authentic worship.

Youth September 12

 

 At ROCC Youth, students experience Gospel-centered teaching and authentic worship. There is also an allotted time for students to break into small groups, be prayed for, and “do life” with their peers and small group leaders. We also offer Sunday school for both middle and high school students during the 9:15 am service on Sunday mornings in Classrooms 3 and 4. Students can take their faith to the next level by joining a d:Group (discipleship group). d:Groups meet throughout the week during the school year and cover various books of the Bible or topical studies.

Our goal is to glorify God and equip students to remain rooted in their faith. We hope that all students feel like they can belong before they believe. We hope that when they leave any ROCC Youth event or worship service knowing that they were warmly welcomed and are already a vital part of our ministry.

Current d:Groups

Middle School Girls

Girls in grades 6-8 are invited to join us Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm this fall in Gym 2 (located inside the gym at River Oaks). Christina Holcomb be leading everyone through "A Daughter's Worth: A Bible Study for Teenage Girls."  This d:Group will meet during our adult small groups at church.

This d:Group will great for any middle school girl who wants a deeper understanding of what it means to be a daughter of God. Each topic deals with modern struggles that female teens face today: realizing self-worth; dealing with emotions; dating with confidence, and handling the pressures of comparison. The study also focuses on universal concerns, such as finding good friends; living peacefully with family; sharing beliefs, and following God's direction.

Join This d:Group

Contact Us

If you have any questions about ROCC Youth, please don’t hesitate to contact us by sending us a message. Someone from our team will be in touch with you very soon.

 

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