At Kessid we encourage our young adults to get involved in our Rooted Discipleship Ministry! This is an awesome place to get plugged in and grow in your faith. To learn more about Rooted please click HERE.
We also have an awesome place for you to serve at The Kingdom Project, a community ministry for Middle School-High School students around the county that our Youth Ministry is apart of. Check out more about The Kingdom Project below!
If you have other questions about Young Adults at Kessid please contact Pastor Chris Potter at email@example.com.
The Kingdom Project is an experiment in unity combining the people, hearts, minds, and resources of multiple Churches and Youth Groups to create one place in Clark County for High School and Middle School students to experience God’s love, grow in their faith, and become who they were created to be.
The Kingdom Project is for High School and Middle School Students (6th-8th Grades). We will generally always enjoy worship and games/activities together, but depending on the message each week we will either stay all together, or separate High Schoolers and Middle Schoolers for age/maturity appropriate messages.
Students and Families– The Kingdom Project provides a consistent and safe place for students to come and experience the Gospel alive in a way that speaks to where they are at. Our goal is to partner with families to shepherd, love, and support teens through all of the ups and downs of life.
Our Community– With everything going on in our world, our kids and community desperately need for churches to come together and set the example to listen, learn, and love one another. That’s where we get to go first, inviting others to do the same in crossing the invisible barriers that exist between us in the name of unity and grace.
Youth Leaders and Churches– One of the benefits of the Kingdom Project is that it gives other leaders the opportunity to come and partner in the ministry. We will share and exchange insight, and give leaders a chance to experience things they wouldn’t normally be able to in their current ministries (speaking to large groups, leadership coaching, event/camp planning, pastoral training, etc.).
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