Junior High students are all asking “Who am I?” and “Where do I fit?” Neighborhood Students: Junior High exists to provide a space that answers both of these questions: helping students understand their identity and providing them with a tribe to which they belong.


Every Sunday morning Junior High students gather at the 11:30am service in the Student Room. We play games, worship through music, and grow together in small groups. Our weekend gathering exists to connect 7th and 8th graders to a smaller tribe. Led by an adult leader, students deepen their relationships with each other and with Jesus by actively learning and engaging with the Bible in small groups. Everything we learn has to do with: being with Jesus, becoming like Jesus, and doing what Jesus did.



A Night of Dares and a Day of Prizes!

Double Dog Dare-a-Thon is an outreach where the goal is to provide students with the opportunity to invest in their friends who don’t attend church and invite them to Neighborhood!

How it works: Each student invites a friend over (maybe to spend the night at his or her house—with parent permission, of course). At 6:00 p.m. the students visit doubledogdareathon.org and begin the first dare. They take a photo of themselves completing the dare and upload it to the website. Once the photo for the dare is uploaded, the site automatically moves to the next dare, and this continues until they complete the line-up.

On Sunday, our Jr. High staff will announce the winners and award prizes during our 11:30am service. Every student has a chance to win. Trust us…it will be worth it!

Double Dog Dare-a-Thon starts at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 6th!

The first dare will be posted on doubledogdareathon.org

Ends Sunday, April 7th. Prizes will be awarded to the winners at your student's service hour.

What do we need?

  • Bubble gum

  • Hot dogs

  • Oreos

  • Panty hose