180° Youth Group

180° is made up of both Jr. High and High Schoolers from 7th to 12th grade. 


                      180° exists to reach out through friendships, 

                                encouraging others to grow their faith in Christ, 

                                                            serving & honoring Him with their lives.


180° youth group meets on Wednesday nights during the school year at 6:00 in the youth room. All 7th-12th graders are welcome! The 180° Wednesday night youth group is a place to gather and have fun playing games, worship with their peers, hear from God's Word, and build relationships through a small group atmosphere. 


The students are given various opportunities to grow in their faith as they attend Wednesday night sessions, annual youth conferences, and wilderness and missions trips during the summer months. Throughout the year the youth group has fun with activities like rock climbing, weekend retreats, all night ski trips, wilderness trips, Christian concerts, and more!


Scroll down to download registration forms, see the current youth group focus for the month, and take a look at our calendar of upcoming events!


Registration Forms

Please have your student take some time to fill out a student information sheet

We'd love to get to know them better!


All students must have a medical release form filled out for them (good from 2015 to 2017.) 

This form must be completed if your student plans on attending any events with 180°


We also have a media release form available. 

We won't take any pictures of your student or post them anywhere unless we have your permission!


Please return all completed forms to Jason Sasse or to the church office. Thank you!


September series:

If / then - a series on biblical examination

How do you normally introduce yourself? Maybe you start with, “Hi. I’m (insert your name here).” But what comes after that? Sure, you can talk about where you go to school, or what hobbies you’re into, but that doesn’t really introduce anyone to you, just facts about you. When Jesus talked about Himself, He would make statements like, “I am the Good Shepherd” and, “I am the bread of life.” As strange as they sound, these statements give us a better picture of who Jesus is. Because if He is a shepherd, then we are His sheep. And if He is the bread of life, then we can be satisfied in Him. In this series, we’ll discover that the way Jesus described Himself gives us a clue into who we are as well.


Parents: Click Here to download this month's Parent Cue - a way to help you continue to talk with your student about what they're learning on Wednesday nights

upcoming Special events

September 27

See You at the Pole (Day of Student Prayer)

A time of student-led prayer will take place at the middle and high school flag poles. More information coming soon!


September 27

S.H.O.C. Night (Students Heading Off Campus)

6:00 pm - Meet @ the Youth Room

SHOC nights are meant for students to spend time together out in the community. These nights range from community service activities, game nights, small or large group events, team competitions, etc. Meet at the church at 6, and leaders will take it from there!




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