If you are looking for a student ministry that is committed to expositional preaching, rich music, and a discipleship philosophy that seeks to partner with parents, all being done in a healthy, loving, and fun atmosphere, then Reclaim Student Ministry at Parker Bible Church is the place for you to root down. The most important thing that we do week in and week out is study the Bible expositionally, apply it to life, and then by the power of the Spirit, live it out. We would love for you to join us as we preach the Gospel and make disciples here in Parker, CO. Listed below are three weekly ministries that would be great for you to visit, plug into, and establish a pattern of consistency to get connected in our church.
10:45 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
There are two major times that we gather each week as a whole body of believers. This is the most important gathering time for us. Families are encouraged to make this gathering time a priority for the purpose of letting the word of Christ dwell richly in us through preaching and singing the Gospel (Colossians 3:16). Out of obedience to God's word, we place a high priority on faithful attendance in these meeting times (Hebrews 10:24-25).
SUNDAY BIBLE STUDIES
9:30 a.m. (Starting September 13th)
Each week we have opportunities for our church to break up into smaller groups to study, ask questions, and connect with others in a similar stage of life. Our students meet together for some quick morning anouncements and light breakfast in room 151 and then we break into age and gender graded small groups. This is a vital place to connect with others on a deeper level and grow in your walk with Christ.
YOUTH on WEDNESDAY
We have a mid-week time of worship specifically as an encouragement and refreshment for youth. During this time we have worship music led by our student praise band, bible study, food, and group activity. This night plays an important role in teaching and demonstrating to students the importance of expository preaching, theologically rich songs, love for Christ, and devotion to the Church during the teenage years and beyond.