4HG: For His Glory – Senior High (Grades 8 – 12)

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Youth attending 4HG are committed to pursuing God’s heart for their individual lives, the people that they interact with, and the world around them. Their leaders strive to make use of the teens’ natural skills and abilities, as well as to push and challenge the youth to stand out and make a difference.

The primary focus over the past couple of years has been deepening relationships with one another and with God, pursuing purity, and serving the community. If you are in grade 8-12 you are welcome to come, hang out, and spend some time as a part of the group!

4HG meets twice a month – typically on Monday nights from 7:00-9:00p.m. at WRBC. Check out the sidebar to your right for coming student ministry events or the church calendar for specific dates and times.

4HG Youth Ministries is overseen by Pastor Kevin Schular. He can be contacted by phone: (204) 489-3875 ext. 23 or by email.

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