We don’t want middle school students, or their families, to do life alone. That’s why FE Middle is so much more than just a weekly gathering. FE Middle is a movement where middle school students gather build relationships, to find their identities and get connected to Christ and His Church. We do this through our weekly middle school Connect Groups on Sunday nights and our monthly service (TheWKND).
When you first arrive, you’ll be asked to check-in to our environment. All students will be given a security sticker with a randomized security code attached to their sticker. Parents will be given a matching number and must present this matching number at pick up in order for their child to be released.
After checking in, you’ll be given the opportunity to check out our 7,000 square foot youth center on the ground floor we call “FE.” It features a café, half court basketball, ping pong tables & video games. The FE Middle experience is unlike any other: expect smiles, games, good conversation & a good time!
Our leaders are dedicated to help you navigate our experience. After checking in and grabbing something from the café, you’ll see a countdown to help indicate our experience is about to start. On Sunday nights, we have a full groups experience planned for you. Our time together includes creative videos, ice breakers, small group times, games & hang outs - all designed with middle schoolers in mind. After groups, we give students time to hang out and enjoy our facility, and build relationships with our leaders and other students as well.
We’re cheering you on! We want to supplement the work you are doing in raising your kids in a Godly way. You are the heroes! We know, however, that teenagers can have trouble talking to their parents. We have a connect group available for parents of young teenagers. Contact Alex Irizarry at (540)-242-7729
Jennifer grew up in a Christian family, but only really attended church for Christmas and Easter. In her story, she was able to share how she didn't really know God, but how He changed her life through Community Church's high school ministry.