We believe in students. In a time when truth is often blurry, our desire is to point students to the One who is Truth, Jesus. Students have a unique faith that is deep with potential to create change. At Bayou City Fellowship, we desire to offer a place where students can come worship, experience community, and be mobilized to live a life on mission. Students will be integrated into the ministry and service of Bayou City Fellowship. By providing students with the opportunity to discover, experience, explore, and embrace faith, we believe they will become who God has designed them to be.
We believe that students are not just the church of the future; they are the church of today. We feel that it is important for students to worship with, serve alongside, and be active members of the local church.
When We Meet
Sunday Morning Essentials Classes – Come explore God’s Word as we dig deep together. This is not a Sunday School class or a lecture session. This is a welcoming environment where we journey together to seek out truths from God’s Word that we can apply to our every day life. Cypress Students (6th-12th graders) meet at 9:45 in the Student Room and Spring Branch Students (7th-12th graders) meet at 9:15 in the Choir Room.
The Refuge – Cypress High School Students meet at the Cypress Campus (12715 Telge Road, Cypress, 77429) every Wednesday night from 7:00-9:00pm. Students worship, fellowship, and dive into the Word. Dinner is provided.
Please visit us at the student table on Sundays for campus specific Bible Studies and activities.
Worship Band – If you play an instrument, can sing, or are musically gifted in any way and would like to be a part of our worship band, please let us know.
Visit us at the Student Ministry table in the lobby on Sunday morning for details.
If you have any questions or want to know more about our student ministries please contact us:
Cypress Students, Anya Smelek (email@example.com)
Spring Branch Students, Caleb Sims (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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