Beta Sigma is our student ministry designed to prepare Middle School (6th-8th) and High School (9th-12th) students with a personal faith for their life ahead on the college campus, workplace, and beyond.
Our team of qualified adult leaders partners with parents to help every teen graduate with a proactive faith. We do this through an intentional discipleship pathway focusing on bridge events, worship gatherings, life groups, and serving. There are multiple environments to engage teens wherever they find themselves along the discipleship pathway.
Life Groups are age-specific small groups for Bible study, sharing and prayer. This Fall, students will be studying the Rooted book to focus on the body life of our church family and Spiritual rhythms (disciplines) necessary for a growing relationship with Christ.
Wednesday nights will continue through the Fall and will offer students an exciting time of fellowship through games and recreation, and an encouraging message from God’s Word. This is the “front door” to our student ministry and students are encouraged to bring unchurched friends.
We offer middle and high school students bi-monthly serving opportunities on Sunday mornings through our children’s ministry, worship and tech ministries. We meet at 9:40AM each Sunday for those serving that day for a time of donuts, instructions and prayer together.
We hold seasonal special events and “bridge nights” every couple of months to provide students an opportunity to enjoy fun games and recreation,. Students are encouraged to bring unchurched friends to encounter a caring community and a gospel message.
We are intentional about serving in our church, in our community and in our world through quarterly service projects and outreach opportunities. To find out more, contact us at [email protected]
Scott received an MA in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary, an MA in Counseling from Liberty University Graduate School of Theology, and a BA in Bible and Youth Ministry from Baptist Bible College.