The mission of Oak Hills Student Ministries is to speak the Truth of the Gospel into the lives of students, calling them to: Embrace the unflinching love of God through Christ, Love His Church, and Serve His kingdom in the world —all by the grace of God and for His glory.
We desire to walk with young people as they pursue God through His Word, relationships with one another, and service to the people around them. Students are encouraged to live this out as a part of the greater church—by serving in the nursery, on the Worship team, on a Set-up team, and in a variety of other ways. At the same time, there are regular events directed specifically towards the students and their relationships with one another as they seek to know God. Click on the links below to find out more. If you have questions about our student ministries, or one of the events below, please call the church Office at 913.341.4500 or email Pastor Dale.
On Sunday mornings, we have varied opportunities for students to receive solid biblical teaching that engages their hearts and minds while equipping them for Kingdom service. A middle school class (grades 7-8) and a high school class (grades 9-12) are available. For more information on the current options, please contact Pastor Dale or check the Sunday bulletin.
Wednesday Night Bible Study
Join us on Wednesday evenings as we dig in to God's Word together. The focus of our study is an in-depth time studying the Bible, and seeking grace to apply the Scriptues to everything we do. Find the location on this site or contact Pastor Dale.
We regularly gather for fun events that allow us to get to know one another better and to reach out to others. Some of the students’ favorite events in recent years have included days at the lake, trips to amusement parks, scavenger hunts, and attending concerts.
Part of "serving the kingdom" involves learning to pursue truth, beauty, and justice wherever God is working those things out in His world. This means that we regularly look for ways to get involved in these pursuits. Sometimes this means helping an individual or family within the church who can use a tangible reminder that God’s love is real. Other times this means partnering with a local ministry that is committed to serving people in need. We are always looking for more opportunities to serve others and see God work through us.