Students in grades 5 and 6 tackle the tough questions preteens ask about life, God and relationships during Splash time. They dig into the Bible with their friends and teachers, to see what it has to say about real-life issues. Splash is designed to help students move from kids programs to youth ministry, develop lasting friendships, and grow in their faith.


Sundays, June 2-July 28 / 7-8:30pm
No meeting July 7
Roseville Campus

NEW THIS YEAR! Students finished with Grades 5-8 will meet at the Roseville Campus every Sunday due to construction at White Bear Campus this summer.

Cost Bring $5 for a one-time snack fee instead of donating chips and cookies.


September through May, students have fun hanging out and growing in their understanding of God’s Word together.

September 8-May 17, 2020
Sunday / 10am / Roseville Campus
Sunday / 10:15am / White Bear Campus

See activities pdf below for more events and details.


Students play games, have large group teaching, and enjoy small groups that foster their faith and build relationships. Wednesday night programming runs September through May.

September 18, 2019-April 29, 2020
Wednesday / 6:30-8pm / Roseville & White Bear Campuses

Cost $25


Several times a year, Splash students get together outside of Sundays and Wednesdays for activities that build community. Friends are always welcome!

Summer 2019 Activities Brochure

Beach Night Registration

Beach Waiver

Valleyfair Registration

Christy Becher
Children’s Ministry Pastor

Mandy Johnson
Splash Director—Roseville Campus

Micki Lutz
Splash Director—White Bear Campus


For kids interested in getting baptized, parents should contact Christy Becher and then plan to attend one of the classes listed below with your child. We’ll talk about what it means to take this important step.

Tuesday, July 23 / 6:30-8pm
Roseville Campus / Kids Center (Room 22)

Fall and spring baptisms are done during worship services, and the summer baptism is held after services on the shores of Lake Johanna, at the University of Northwestern’s campus.

Sunday, August 11
/ 4pm
University of Northwestern-St. Paul