A collective is a group of people with a shared vision, mission, or goal. Our Student Ministry community shares both a common faith and a common story.
(Note: There will be no Catechism on Sunday, April 16, due to Easter.)
Sunday Collective Catechism
Sundays • 9:00am • Chapel • Grades 6-12
Join us every Sunday morning at 9:00am in the Chapel as we go through a catechism together using New City Catechism by Tim Keller. The youth center will be open and then we’ll spend some time learning about who God is, how we connect to Him, and pursue deeper knowledge of Him through teaching and memorization.
(Note: There will be no Collective on Wednesday, April 12, due to spring break.)
Wednesday Evening Collective
Throughout the school year, Middle School Collective and Life Groups take place on Wednesdays, from 6:30 to 8:00pm. High School Collective takes place on Wednesdays, from 7:00 to 8:30pm.
If you have any questions, please contact JoAnn at firstname.lastname@example.org or the SM Office at 253.833.5660 x212.
Be sure to check facebook.com/theauburncollective to get all the latest info or you can send a text “follow collectivetexts” to 40404.
Great news! We now have ONE form that needs to be filled out by a parent or guardian that will be accepted as a General Release/Activity consent for ALL activities this ministry year (Sept. 2016-Aug. 2017).
Please print, fill out, and turn in to the Student Ministries office.
Here are several important dates that you and your family need to know about:
There are Life Groups for both High School and Middle School students throughout the school year. They are led by adult volunteers who love shepherding students. Life Groups are a great way for students to develop closer relationships and go deeper in the Word of God.
Details will be posted at facebook.com/theauburncollective. If you have questions, please contact the JoAnn in the Student Ministries office via email at email@example.com or call 253.833.5660 x212.
A Co-op, like the Collective, is a group with a shared mission or vision. These groups are the most intimate and significant program our ministry offers. These groups will be the same gender/similar age meeting in small numbers of three or four high school students each week with a youth leader, September-June. They will be studying Scripture, reading through significant books, or participating in other similar activities. Co-ops are an organized discipleship program. Details can be obtained at The Collective or the Student Ministries office.