At our United Gathering on May 3, we discussed what a healthy theology of love and sexuality looks like based on God's plan for the flourishing of humanity.
Listen to all three parts below.
Mission and Vision
The mission of Summit Students is to make disciples of Jesus Christ in the everyday rhythms of life.
Summit Students exists to encourage 6th-12th graders to know the Gospel, connect in Gospel relationships, and live out the Gospel in the world. We use the phrase "Know, Connect, Live" as a way to remember this vision.
We strongly desire for our students to feel as if they are a part of the greater body of Christ here and now, and do not need to wait until they grow older to be subversive and loving citizens in the kingdom of God. Inversely, we also desire for the greater body to value our students and their gifts God has granted them. We are intentional in everything we do toward this end.
Student Missional Community
Missional Community (MC) is the heartbeat of Summit Crossing, and we follow the same model for our students. Other than our United Gatherings (1x/mo), students meet with their Missional Communities in host homes every Wednesday evening. Each MC has two or more mentors who lead the students and help facilitate discussion and mission. These gatherings typically happen from 6:30-8:30pm, and will normally include a time of fellowship and a discussion of the upcoming sermon text, though each Student MC will develop their own rhythms that might differ slightly from group to group. We understand that the context of a student is unique, so we have more structure in place than a typical MC, but our end goal is the same: we desire our students to engage and go deep, learning how to become and make disciples in the everyday stuff of life.
All of our Student Missional Communities gather together at our Limestone Location the first Wednesday of every month during the school year (August-May). The intent of these gatherings is to support and celebrate what God is doing in our Student Missional Communities week to week. It is also a great opportunity for new students and parents to get connected, as well as providing an environment for our adult Missional Communities to host the evening and get to know our students at Summit Crossing - Limestone.
Students are encouraged to attend our local gatherings and to serve in a variety of roles. We desire students to value Sunday mornings and to engage in every aspect from corporate worship to communion.
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