There are so many ways for high school students to reach out, connect, serve, and grow, and ultimately honor God. At Summit, you’ll engage with others through small groups, Sunday morning gatherings, Wednesday night groups, service opportunities, retreats, and special events. Behind all the activity is a committed group of adult leaders who journey with you through high school years, graduation, and beyond.
September through May, down donuts while hanging out with peers, and tackle tough issues as you study the Bible. Rather than being spoon-fed answers, you’ll learn to think for yourselves, so your faith truly becomes your own.
Sunday / 9am / White Bear Campus / Room 116
Sunday / 10am / Roseville Campus / Rooms 8-10
September through May, gather with friends and caring adult leaders to form real connections, talk about life, and discover God’s Word. Wednesday nights combine fun and games, worship, large and small group teaching, and plenty of time for discussion on topics relevant to you.
Wednesday / September 20, 2017 through May 9, 2018 / 6:30-8pm / Roseville Campus / Rooms 8-10
Calendar and Registration
For special event descriptions, dates, and details, please click on our Summit calendar below!
Sr. High Pastor
Short-Term Impact Trips for Summit Students
Grade 9-12 students will work with Camp Joy, Pelican Rapids Baptist Church, and Impact partner Juan Jose Felipe. They will also minister at Castaway Young Life Camp, and to the large Latino and Somali population in Pelican Rapids.
Dates June 9-16, 2018
Deadline April 22
Contact Sam Townsend
Grade 11-12 students will work with Impact partners Miradieu and Dula Estinvil in Haiti’s capital city of Port-au-Prince. Projects include construction, and visiting Sisters of Charity AIDS hospice (and home for malnourished children). They’ll also visit medical clinics with Impact Partner Missy Sandberg, who serves in Zambia. (Cover photo from 2016 Haiti trip.)
Dates July 12-24, 2018
Deadline February 4
Contact Sam Townsend
As your children grow and change, so do their parenting needs. So where do you go for support and encouragement as your kids move into their teen years? This group will give you a place to connect with others, discuss the joys and challenges of being a parent to teenagers, and pray together. A topic will be presented at the gathering each month to guide the discussion.
Second Sunday each month
7-8:30pm / White Bear Campus
March 11 / When Parenting Hurts
Speakers Ralph and Lyn Gustafson
April 8 / Lessons from Veteran Parents
Speakers Mark and Maggie Anderson