Journey Students

Journey Church exists to reach people who are disconnected from God and lead them to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

Student Night every Wednesday at 6:30p

(Doors open 6:15p, enter through Main Entrance)

About Student Night

Student Night is our weekly Wednesday night ministry at Journey Church for students 7-12th grade. Student Night is loaded with worship, friends, life groups, and a message geared towards students and their everyday life. Our goal is to create an experience where students can meet Christ and grow in their relationship with Him.

What to expect

Every student who walks through our doors on Wednesday night is greeted by a group of excited leaders ready to welcome them to another incredible Student Night! If it is your first visit, that’s awesome. You’ll be directed to a kiosk to give us a little information about yourself. It’s very important for us to know who you are, who your parents are, and how to get in contact in case of emergency and to let you know about upcoming events. Student Night is the perfect place for students to do their favorite things: play games, listen to music, and hang out with friends. There’s always something selfie-worthy or ready to add to a Snapchat story.


Life can be difficult and doubts of all kinds can creep in, particularly among teenagers. Having friends and adult leaders is critical to understanding who we are in Christ. This is one of the reasons Journey Students offers what we call Student Groups. These groups can provide space for students and leaders to talk through tough questions.

Student Groups are offered for all students (7th-12th grade) at the end of every Student Night experience. Additionally, Student Groups are offered for high school (9th-12th grade) students each week on Sunday evening.


Make sure to check out our Parent Newsletter than we update monthly. This will help you stay connected to all things Journey Students.

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Handbook & Welcome Packet

•    The parent must complete the necessary registration forms and pay a non-refundable Annual materials fee. This covers registration fees, book, and materials for class.

•    The parent must provide the center with a pre-school/child immunization certificate, or Blue Slip. This is to be kept updated, if it is not, the center will send out a notice stating that the required immunizations are out dated. The form can be obtained through the health department or your pediatrician.

•    The parent will receive a copy of the policies and procedures and will go over them thoroughly. The parent will sign the Parental Agreement form which indicates policies and procedures and agreed upon fees.

•    All enrollment forms, including a Schedule Information Form, must be completed by the parent and returned to the center by the first day of attendance.

•    Parents of children with special needs or handicaps must inform the director of the child’s condition(s) prior to enrollment so it can be determined if the center can adequately meet the needs of the child. This is necessary for the well being of the child.