Congrats to Our New Grads!
Seniors, you’ve graduated from high school during especially unusual circumstances this year. How crazy is it to finish school online and not be able to slip on that robe and mortarboard and walk across a stage for your diploma? 2020 grads—you will always have a story to tell! We congratulate you for your resilience and pray for you as you launch into a world full of unknowns.
See our Calvary Church high school graduates HERE.
Summit In-Person Gatherings
Sundays, June 14-July 26 / 7-8:30pm*
Each Sunday, the Summit staff will set up an activity for you and your friends to participate in. We’re going to create activities that allow you to have fun with friends while following the governor’s orders for social distancing. We want you to BE safe and to FEEL safe while gathering with your Fusion friends! Complete schedule in the pdf below, as well as guidelines we will follow.
*Some Sunday events have different start times. Check pdf below for details.
New Content Posted Mondays, June 15-July 27
Each Monday, we’ll post a newly created YouTube playlist with engagement, worship and a message shared just for you. We’re excited to share talks from on our summer theme, all about Jesus:
WEDNESDAY ZOOM RALLIES
RED-LETTER JESUS // BLACK-LETTER JESUS
Ever seen one of those Bibles that prints all the things Jesus said in red? In between those red letters are the actions of Jesus, printed in black. During Jesus’ time on earth, he said some really important things that exposed truth, challenged evil and invited people in. Jesus also did incredible things to help, heal and invite. This summer, we’re taking a closer look at what Jesus said and what Jesus did—and why, if you let them, those red letters and black letters can change your life.
Wednesdays, June 17-July 29 / 7–8pm
Zoom Link HERE.
Each Wednesday, we’ll get together on one Zoom call to connect, have some fun, worship, and have some discussion around the week’s talk.
Other Summer Events
JUST MERCY VIEWING PARTY & DISCUSSION
Wednesday, June 10 / 6–8:30pm
Watch movie on your own (or anytime prior to this)
Zoom Call Discussion Link HERE.
Watch and discuss this movie that deals with racism and justice issues. We’ll close this time with prayer for issues of racism and justice that have been pushed into the national spotlight by recent events and protests.
Please note that this movie is rated PG-13 and does have some profanity and violence. Click here for more rating info. Movie can be viewed for free on YouTube, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video and Google Play.
We care deeply about the pain our friends of color are experiencing in this season—and in so many seasons before. That’s why this summer we’ve decided to focus our small group studies on two books we believe will help students better understand issues of race and care for our brothers, sisters and neighbors. We hope students will choose to join one of these opportunities to learn and grow together. If interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 952.484.5337.
STAMPED: Racism, Antiracism & You
by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi
Discussion led by Jenna and Andrew Cleveland
Thursdays, June 18–July 23 / 7–8:30pm
Zoom Link HERE.
Remixed for teenagers from New York Best Times Seller “Stamped from the Beginning,” this book is “not a history book” but will help you understand why so many are so frustrated and tired with current events concerning racial injustice. Through high school-level reading and meaningful conversation, this study is for all students who want to better understand a different perspective.
DISUNITY IN CHRIST: Uncovering the Hidden Forced that Keep Us Apart
by Christena Cleveland
Discussion led by Trevor Limberg
Fridays, June 19–July 24 / 7–8:30pm
No meeting July 3.
Zoom Link HERE.
Written for those who want to lead in ministry, this book looks at the dynamics that keep Christians apart, even when we know we should be united! From a Christian social scientist’s perspective, this book will help you gain tools to overcome the hidden forces that divide us. With college-level reading, this study is for students who want to be challenged toward deeper engagement with others.
Sunday, August 2 / 6–7:30pm
We are so proud of our graduating seniors! We’re bringing together graduates, parents and class leaders to celebrate this season as well as encourage and commission graduates for this next season. Graduates and parents can look for details in their inbox as we get closer to the event.
Wednesday, August 5 / 6–8pm
Originally slated for May, this is one of those events we just didn’t want to cancel! The theme this year is “Yee Haw!” so dress in your best western gear! More details to come!
As with everything we plan, we will be making necessary adjustments to follow the Department of Health’s most current guidelines. This may alter how we do this event, but we are optimistic that we’ll be able to do something together on this date. Stay tuned for more info as the event approaches.
CLICK HERE to share your requests with Summit staff.
Below you will see how our programs will run when we are able to meet publicly again.
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.
9am / White Bear Campus / Room 107
10am / Roseville Campus / Rooms 6-7
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.
6:30-8pm / Roseville Campus / Rooms 8-10
For special event descriptions, dates, and details, we will be updating our Summit activities brochure. Watch for a new brochure to come!
Activity Participation Form
Parents, you’re busy. We get it. So we’d like to make things easy for you! Here’s a fillable pdf of the Health Information/Activity Participation Agreement. Fill it out and save it with your student’s name, and email to Bonnie Johnson, Ministry Assistant.
Sr. High Pastor
Sr. High Associate Director—Roseville Campus