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How do small groups work?
There are multiple small groups for each geographic area that are assigned by gender and location. Small groups continue with the same students and leaders year after year through high school graduation. Groups typically meet during the school year and meet in our Adult Volunteer homes.
When do small groups meet?
Small groups meet various days depending on which geographic area you are in. Small groups typically meet for an hour and a half.
How do small groups start?
Most Small Groups are launched at the beginning of 9th grade with the aim of staying together through high school graduation. They are formed based on several factors including gender, geography, and schools. Groups are open and regularly add members along the way.
How do students get connected mid-year?
Students can sign up for small groups online or at our Wednesday night Youth Group. Adult leaders will connect via phone or email with new students and parents to share information about meeting times and locations.
What role do parents play in New Covenant Students?
We believe that parents are the primary disciplers of their children. The home is the primary place to make disciples. We want to come alongside parents and support them by providing both staff and volunteers who will be encouragers and mentors that coordinate with parents along the way. Invite them into your family and let them partner with you in this journey.
Who are the adult volunteers leading our small groups?
Our adult volunteers or "sponsors" are actively involved at New Covenant Bible Church. To ensure the well-being of our students, each leader has completed an application, interview, background check, and training. They have answered questions about their testimony, family, personality, and current relationship with the Lord, as well as any history of exposure to abuse, alcohol, or drugs. Applicants are also required to submit at least two references with their application.
What retreats and events are offered for 9th-12th grade students?
During the school year we host an in-town retreat called D-NOW, and a winter retreat to Forest Springs Camp and Conference Center designed to connect students to Jesus and build relationships. In the Summer we offer a missions experience to Mexico through Casa's Por Cristo and an apologetics conference through Summit Ministries as well as weekly events throughout the Summer.
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