Middle School Curriculum
Lower-level classrooms, 10 a.m.
In a pluralistic culture, students need to be prepared about differing perspectives and how to articulate their faith. The 17 Lessons in LIVE Apologetics will equip teens to effectively explain why they believe what they believe. Lessons focus on several major themes: An Overview of Apologetics, Understanding Who Jesus Christ Is, Responding to Specific Worldviews, Explaining Your Faith to Others
High School Curriculum
Lower-level classrooms, 10 a.m.
LIVE Urban will help teenagers grow healthy spiritual lives rooted in a Christ-centered understanding of who they are. These 16 lessons move beyond urban stereotypes and creatively engage your students in dynamic conversations built around four fundamental themes: parents, self-image, friendships, and the need to belong. LIVE Urban will help teenagers grow healthy spiritual lives rooted in a Christ-centered understanding of who they are. They’ll discover biblical wisdom on relationships, including knowing when to end friendships that are unhealthy, destructive, or dangerous. And they’ll explore the rewards of investing in their reputation at home, not just their reputation with their friends.
Consumed! at All Saints' Church challenges young people in the seventh through twelfth grades to deepen their relationship with Jesus. The goal is to live out our theme verse, which is “Zeal for Your house will consume me” (John 2:17).
The group meets Sunday evenings during the school year from 6-8 p.m. The evening is filled with fun activities, games, youth fellowship and, of course, teaching about our faith and God’s Word. Oftentimes we conduct small groups with times of discussion and object lessons that go with the teaching. The evening concludes with an optional time for worship led by the Youth Worship Team from 8-8:30 p.m.
Our focus during these meetings is to talk, teach, challenge, and encourage our young people to live out their lives for Jesus. It is a place for them to develop relationships in a fellowship that will help them to take a stand. We hope that each teenager will become determined to impact their friends, classmates, and community with the Christian message of love. Our hope is that each young person will catch the vision and live out the call to BE CONSUMED!!
The goal of Elevate! is to provide fun events for the middle school group (grades 6-8) to connect. As the group gets to know each other they build group cohesiveness. Doing things together becomes fun. Learning about God becomes fun. Going out in mission becomes fun.
Elevate! meets monthly on a Friday night from 6-9 p.m. for “Game Night," which will also include object lessons in which they learn principles from the Bible. Teens are asked to bring $5 for pizza and we ask one or two parents to provide a dessert.
Bring your friends to Elevate! as we love, grow, and serve to elevate God!
For more information about Consumed! and Elevate!, contact Mario Sandoval by email: email@example.com or by phone: 703-999-7938.
The Youth Worship Team at All Saints' meets on Sunday afternoons at 3:30-6 p.m. We hold a Bible study, provide discipleship, and rehearse contemporary Christian music.
The Youth Worship Team leads the praise and worship set for the Consumed! group every Sunday night from 8-8:30 p.m.
For more information about the Youth Worship Team, contact Lori Sandoval by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Thursday night Bible study from 7:15-8:30 p.m. during the school year allows teens to dig deeper.
The group meets at Mario and Lori's house (15419 Silvan Glen Drive, Montclair), across Waterway Dr. from Henderson Elementary.
A great dessert is always a bonus when you come "eat God's word." So come feast both spiritually and physically.
For more information contact either Mario or Lori Sandoval at 703-590-3203 (home) or Mario's cell (703-999-7938). Also watch Lori's Facebook page for updates.
Teen Bible Study
All Saints' youth are encouraged and trained to become school campus missionaries. Edge Clubs are student-led Bible clubs with an evangelistic focus. Students join classmates of other denominations in reaching classmates for Christ. Almost all high schools in Prince William County currently have Edge Clubs up and running. Middle school Edge Clubs are also being formed.
Edge Club at Forest Park High School
Coach: Mario Sandoval
Meeting Time: 2:15-3:45 p.m.
Location: Room 1144
Teacher: Mr. Bredbenner
Find more information about Edge Club and other locations at edgeclub.org.