Wednesday, December 04, 2019, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
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Oneighty is NorthCreek church's ministry to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Our desire is to partner with families in teaching and equipping students to love and serve Jesus Christ. Our goal in Oneighty is two-fold: 1) We desire that every student have a saving relationship with Jesus Christ, and 2) that every believer in the group would be sanctified to be ore like Christ.With these goals in mind, we lovingly shepherd students and teach them the Word.
Sundays | 9:00 AM | Fellowship hall
Students come together for a time of worship through music and song, a time in prayer, and then hearing clearing expositional teaching of His Word.
Wednesday Nights | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM | Chapel | $7
Our committed DG leaders aim to prepare each student for a life spent following Jesus Christ. In these small groups, students learn through teaching and interaction centered on God's Word.
More info on Discipleship Groups
The groups follow a three-year curriculum focused on systematically teaching key doctrines through the study of particular Bible passages. It's our goal and hope at NorthCreek Church to help lay a strong biblical foundation that's anchored on our Lord Jesus Christ from which a solid faith can be built upon.
Discipleship usually happens in the context of relationship. Our hope is that students, parents and leaders will develop fruitful and lasting relationships that will facilitate the effective ministry of God’s Word. The best way for these kind of relationships to develop is for students to be consistently involved in the life of their group. For this reason, we encourage students and families to see DGs a priority and an investment.
Each grade has a different curriculum track with a specifically designed theme and focus. Each school year session has 22 lessons. Lessons tend to build on previous lessons.
- 6th grade groups examine the nature of Scripture and the existence and attributes of God through studies entitled “Treasuring God’s Word” & “Knowing the God Who Is.” This curriculum is from the “So What?” series, which focuses on the importance of reading, studying, and applying God’s Word in context.
- 7th grade groups will finish studying the attributes of God and begin studying salvation through examining the book of Romans.
- 8th grade groups study what it’s like to be members of the body of Christ and brothers and sisters in Christ, the purpose of the church, our relationship with nonbelievers, and evangelism through a study entitled, “Growing in Christ's Church” and finishes with the study titled, "The Christian Mind."