Living as the Family of God.
New City Students is a place for middle and high school people to grow in their relationship with Jesus, connect with one another, and live on-mission together. Our students are a vibrant part of the New City Church family and so the vision for Student Ministry is an extension of the overall vision and values of New City Church.
We desire for our students to live as the family of God, together demonstrating and proclaiming the gospel of grace to one another and our city.
New City Students
Meets On Sunday
9:00am & 11:00am
New City Students are encouraged to join their parents in the regular Worship Gathering for a time of corporate worship and to hear the preaching of the Word.
4pm - 6pm
New City Students meet together at New City Church in the Flex Room for a time of games, a relevant message, and discipleship.
Get Connected. Go Deeper.
Discipleship is the heart of all we do at New City Church, and this is no different for our youth. Students break into small groups facilitated by adults for a time of accountability, prayer, and learning to apply God's Word to the challenges of real life. D-Groups are separated by gender and Middle School and High School.
Patrick & Erica Choi
Student Ministry Directors
Patrick and Erica have dedicated their lives to seeing students flourish in genuine faith in Jesus. They began their ministry with Cru and then with Youth For Christ and now as the Student Ministry Directors at New City Church. They are key leaders in the life of New City Church. Erica is our Engagement Director, a worship leader, a discipleship group leader, manages our social media presence, and is a member of our Liturgy Team. Patrick is a ruling elder, leads a discipleship group, and is a member of the Liturgy and Teaching Teams. More important than all of this, they are parents to two wonderful children, Haven and David.
New City Is Your Church Too.
We want you to understand that New City Church is your church - it's not just for your parents. When the Apostles first started the Church (read about it in Acts 2), the Apostle Peter made it clear that children were included when he preached his first sermon. He said that The Promise (God's covenant with his people) is for us (parents) and for our children (that's you!) We call the members of our church Covenant Partners, because we are partnered together on mission for Jesus. If you would like to learn more how Middle School and High School students can become Covenant Partners, click this link.