What is EMERGE?
Our goal is to see all students intentionally choose to pursue God through establishing a relationship with Jesus. EMERGE Student Ministry strives to create opportunities for youth to share their questions, their dreams, their ideas. We facilitate opportunities for youth to share their life with others as they experience the wonders of a personal relationship with Christ. We encourage individual growth through worship, Bible study, community service and participation in international and domestic missions.
For more information contact Clint at 850-777-8345 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sundays 10:15AM – 11:45AM (7th-12th Graders)
Packed full of games, worship, food and lots of fun, our Sunday morning meetings are designed for youth to go deeper in their relationships with Christ and others. Students will hear a relevant message from the Bible and then break off into small groups to share their thoughts and beliefs in a safe, small group setting with other students in their grade and adult facilitators. Meet in Youth Room upstairs.
Sundays 10:15AM – 11:45AM (6th Graders)
This 6th grade ministry on Sunday mornings teaches the basics of Christianity and demonstrates how to be in a small group. It will prepare students not only for youth small groups for the future, but also how to take what they believe and build their own faith. Class times will be highly interactive and hands-on with opportunities for students to ask questions and share their beliefs among adult leaders and their piers…no wait…their peers. Ha! Meet in the Youth Room upstairs.
High School Breakfasts
Rotating Wednesdays (9th-12th Graders)
Gulf Breeze: 8AM @ Chick-Fil-A or Panera Bread
Navarre: 8AM @ Alphy’s Restaurant in Navarre
Meeting off-campus, this is a great way to get plugged in before school for breakfast, prayer, fellowship, and encouragement.
Select Sundays (6th-12th Graders)
Select Sundays after youth, we roll up our sleeves and serve in our community. We have helped with everything from cooking and serving food at a homeless shelter, painting fire hydrants, playing bingo at nursing homes, making loans on Kiva, making care packages for the homeless, and so much more! The idea is to give students several different opportunities to serve near to home!