Student Ministry

Student Ministry

Growth GRoups | Sunday

All of our students meet at 9:15 AM for a time of fellowship, prayer, and a practical lesson from the Bible.

7-12th graders are meeting on the 2nd floor of the auditorium.

Bible Study

We believe that each student can literally be used by God to change the world! So at 6:30 PM on Wednesdays in the FLC, our students meet for a time of games and then have an in-depth Bible study so they can learn how God can use them.

Monthly activities & fellowships

Throughout the month, students enjoy Sunday evening fellowships or a weekend activity. From camps and retreats to fun game nights or local activities — students are finding Biblical guidance, positive relationships, and spiritual maturity through the Student Ministry at Tucson Baptist Church.

Events

Guy’s Overnight Campout

Description: At the campout, the guys of our church will enjoy dinner on Friday night, an evening devotional around the campfire, breakfast on Saturday and lodging in cabins with…

Gaming Night

Requirement: Must attend or serve in the midweek service and have a parental permission form to participate. On the first Wednesday of each month, following the midweek service,…

Mt. Lemmon Day

Escape from the city and enjoy a day on top of Mt. Lemmon! We will hike in God’s beautiful creation, enjoy the Cookie Cabin, take a Mountain Sky Ride, and grill out for…

Teen Takeover

The entire Sunday night service will be run by the students this night. The greeter, singers, and preachers will all be student-led and will be an incredible opportunity for our…

Parent Newsletter Sign-up

Staying informed with what is coming up in the lives of your students is extremely important as a parent. This Student Ministry newsletter will help you stay informed on what is coming up and also include some helpful tools as you guide your teenager through these years. 

Student Ministry Updates

Parents and students can easily access resources from the past Student Ministry updates and be able to catch up if they were not able to attend one of the parent meetings.