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Why We Value Our Students and What We Offer To Them

We prioritize the equipping of families in our community so they can thrive personally, relationally, and spiritually to one another, to the greater body of Christ and to the world. Therefore, students and children are very important to us. We want the next generation to understand themselves in light of who God has made them. We want our students to embrace the Christian faith for themselves. We want to have our children move forward with confidence in God's Word and in God's plan for them so that they will be the salt and light our world desperately needs. We hope you are blessed as we work to train our students to think well and, ultimately, to live in the world as devoted disciples of Christ. 


Weekly Play Group: The Holden Chapel Playgroup is grant-funded and is open to any parent or caregiver in the community. The purpose of the Playgroup is for caregivers and their infants, toddlers and preschoolers to come together in a fun, relaxed environment to build friendships with one another. During the school year Playgroup meets on Mondays from 9am-11am. See more at Playgroup Information

AWANA: is an acronym that stands for "Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed" (II Timothy 2:15). It is a program for preschoolers through 6th grade. This program facilitates spiritual development and guidance in what it means to follow Jesus Christ. During the school year AWANA runs on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:00pm. See more at AWANA Information.


ELEVATE Youth Group: Our Youth Group is geared for 7th-12th graders and meets every Wednesday night from 6:30-8pm. Students play games, participate in youth-led worship, eat lots of good snacks and learn about the Bible through interactive teaching and small group discussions. See more at ELEVATE Youth Group Information

Young Adults: 

Young Adult Group: Our young adult group is for those who are in between 18-30 years old. We meet every Monday night at Holden Chapel from 7:30pm-9:30pm in the Youth Center to study God’s word together and to talk about how it relates to our specific life stage. - See more at Young Adult Information