Family Life - Student Ministry (7th - 12th grade)

Our student ministry exists to disciple and build up students, in partnership with parents, into young adults that are in vibrant and devoted relationships with Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior (read more about our mission and values here).


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Who Are We?

We are a community of students gathering together to worship God, study his word, and pray. We also love to have fun and to serve in our community. 

Tuesday Evening Bible Study

On Tuesday nights our teenagers gather at the home of Jonathan and Melissa Travis for Bible study. We're currently in a curriculum designed Awana to help teenagers investigate the Scriptures and develop answers to some of the most important questions about Christianity. If you're interested in joining us on one of these nights, please learn more by clicking on our Events page.


Beyond Sundays 

Our community doesn't just connect on Sundays nights. We often meet up on other days for service projects (often partnering with Interfaith of the Woodlands) and retreats.

We also just like to hang out with each other. Sometimes it's having dinner, going for a hike or seeing a movie. What's going on this week? See the upcoming events and forms below!                             


Serious about safety

Parents, we take seriously the fact that you are entrusting your teenagers to our care. Our ministry team members have all undergone a thorough background check. 


More Resources 

We are committed to coming alongside parents in the process of discipling our students. Below you'll find a variety of resources to help. You'll also find links to our most recent and past Family Life Newsletters, a monthly resource updating you on our ministries to children and students.


Questions?

We would love to help you and your teenager get connected at HopePointe! To find out more, you can contact our leadership.

Pastor for Family Life : Fr. Bryan White, (202) 213-1760, bryan@hopepointe.org

Looking to stay connected? View our most recent Family Life Newsletters: