Resurrection's Student Ministry offers the youth of our congregation spiritual-based meetings and fun activities ideal for their age groups -- IGNITE (6th-8th grade) and BREAKAWAY (9th-12th grade).
Sunday School started on Sunday, September 9
Jump in a class anytime!
IGNITE meets Sunday mornings, 9:15-10:15 am, for Christian education in Room 246 of the Family Life Center, September through May.
BREAKAWAY's Connection Cafe meets Sunday mornings, 9:00-10:15 am, for Christian education and donuts in The Warehouse (Room 253) of the Family Life Center, September through May. Come for a time of guided conversation about the real things teens walk through every day. Discover how to apply God’s Word to your walk in very real, tangible ways.
IGNITE gets together once or twice per month for on/off campus activities for youth group fellowship throughout the school year. The Warehouse (Room 253) in the Family Life Center is open for Ignite from 6:00-6:25 pm during Wednesday Night Workshop for fun and friendship. Come join us - it is a great place to hang out!
Remind: We are using a Remind group for our Ignite events and service projects. If you would like to be part of the group, download the Remind App and search for our group.
Group: RLC-Ignite/Middle School Youth
8th Grade Leadership Meetings
All 8th graders welcome! If you want to develop your leadership skills, spread the word of our Lord, and be a mentor/role model to others, join us for the first 8th Grade Leadership Meeting. Leadership participants will be involved in the planning of future Ignite events, creating and presenting devotions, participating in volunteer/service projects, and being role models and mentors to all youths. If this is something you are interested in, RSVP to LeAnn Trautman and plan to attend before each Ignite event. *Leadership time can be used towards NJHS hours.
Friday, November 16, 6:30-8:00 pm - Gobble 'till you wobble!
Join us for a night of thankfulness, turkey games, and fun!
8th grade Leadership will be collecting canned vegetables for the local food pantry so bring a few cans to donate!
*6:00 pm - 8th Grade Leadership Meeting
Saturday, May 4, 2019, 9:00 am-3:00 pm - Adventure Day at Camp Agape (Rescheduled)
For those who were signed up and paid $20 for the October date, please let Mrs. Trautman know if you would like to sign up for May, get a refund, or put the money towards another event.
BREAKAWAY meets Sunday evenings, 6:45-8:30 pm, for youth group fellowship throughout the school year in the Warehouse (Room 253) in the Family Life Center.
Sunday, November 18:
Breakaway (Friendsgiving) at 7:00 pm in the Warehouse. We will be doing faith affirmations, sharing a meal together, and enjoying our last Breakaway with Mrs. D. Last names A-L, bring something salty and last names M-Z, bring something sweet. Please keep in mind we have peanut allergies.
BYG-est at Camp Agape, February 1-3, 2019
Space is limited. $180 is due now. BYG-est (Building Youth Groups) is for high school youth, grades 9-12.
Student Ministry Documents
Student Ministry Brochure
Medical Release & Permission Form
Warehouse Wish List
Breakaway Leadership Team Letter
Breakaway Leadership Team Meetings
BYG-est (Building Youth Groups) at Camp Agape
BYG-er (Building Youth Groups) at Camp Agape
Ignite Service Projects/Outreach
Ronald McDonald House Soda Can Tabs - Ignite along with RLC Preschool will be collecting soda can tabs to donate to the local Ronald McDonald Houses. Collection containers are in the kitchen, church office, preschool office, and the warehouse. *Sponsored by 8th Grade Leadership Team.
This year, we have a few opportunities for service projects outside the church. Spots are limited so please sign up at:
Saturday, January 12, 9:00 am-11:30 am
Brown Bag Ministry (FULL!)
Saturday, January 26, 9:00 am-11:30 am
Brown Bag Ministry (Limit of 10)
YouthWorks Mission Trip - Blue Ridge Mountains, NC
Scheduled for June 16-21, 2019. Registration deadline is now. Spots are filling up, turn in $90 with form soon to Ms. Jenny. This mission trip is open to youth in grades 6-9.
Middle School YouthWorks Raleigh Team
June 10-15, 2018
RLC middle school youth enjoyed their time serving our local Raleigh community during their week long YouthWorks mission trip. They partnered with local organizations to meet ongoing needs and served at a food shelf, clothing distribution center, soup kitchen, children’s program, and elder care facility. Encouraged by their willingness to serve the Lord!
Middle School Mission Trip 2018
Another middle school mission trip has come to an end. We take the experience with us for the rest of our lives. Once again, we served our brothers and sisters throughout Raleigh. We partnered with local ministries such as Raleigh Rehabilitation, Helping Hands, Able to Serve, With Love From Jesus, and more. We began each morning with some quiet time with Jesus, using a devotional book that YouthWorks provides. We were divided into teams for the week. Each team went to specific service sites and took turns with prepping meals and post-meal and building clean up. Showers happened at mid-day when we were done at our service sites. There was plenty of time to have fun, as we spent very little time sleeping. There was a scavenger hunt in downtown Raleigh, an amazing worship opportunity at a Raleigh church, a cook out at one of our service sites, and fun and games in a local park. What one parent said, “…overflowing with stories of new friends, experiences helping others, and a renewed closeness to the Lord. She had a great time.”
High School Servants Team, Kure Beach
July 22-26, 2018
RLC high school youth had a blast serving the beach communities in and around Kure Beach during their week long mission trip. They were helpful servants as they Give a Hand by the Sand working at a variety of direct service agencies in the Wilmington, Carolina Beach, and Kure Beach communities.
Our group of 43 will be departing on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 from RDU airport for sightseeing before Gathering begins on Thursday night. We will return on Monday, July 15, 2019.
Adult Leaders are Elizabeth Drengler, Jenny Piontek, Mike Heffner, Cyndy Vagle, Erika Hulse, Steve Cottle, Diane Hooper, and Lea Webb.
Total cost per person is $1,350. With congregational support and fundraising, participants pay about $600. Most churches do not offer that kind of support and participants foot the total bill. We are totally blessed!
Active SCRIP program participants will receive a $150 discount.
$75 discount per fundraiser in which youth participates.
Registration is closed. Installments due November 1 ($150) and March 1. Final payment on May 1. No refunds for cancellations. Participants who drop out will still be responsible for full trip cost.