Rev Youth Students
Rev Youth exists to help middle and high school students:
- Build relationships with God + each other
- Find their true identity in Christ
- Live fully alive with Jesus
Small groups are a huge part of the culture here at Revolution Church, and it's no different in Rev Youth. We believe that giving our students a safe and supportive place to speak about issues they may be dealing with is crucial, so we make sure each group is equipped with a strong leader paired with a co-leader who will answer questions, encourage, and pray over our students. Our small groups are broken up by grade and gender, and unless a student discloses information that we are legally required to report, everything that is talked about in small groups is confidential.
Our middle school ministry is high energy and lots of fun! We focus on topics that are relevant to students in grades 6-8, and we have discussions around those topics. If you enjoy playing games, getting a little loud, (maybe even a little bit messy), and talking about Jesus, then you'll love our middle school student ministry!
Our high school ministry is still fun, but even more relational. We focus on topics that are relevant to high school-aged students, and we spend a large amount of time in small groups, discussing how we can apply biblical truths to life's issues. We do play games in this group, but we focus on building our students up to face the realities that they encounter on a daily basis.
We have monthly outings/events for our students that range from movie nights, to DEFY Knoxville, and everything in between. They will be listed on our social media accounts, online schedule, and heavily promoted on Wednesdays when we meet.
Every other month, we have our Rev Guys and Rev Girls Nights. We split up the guys and girls to discuss topics that might be easier to address outside of mixed company. These topics range from bullying, to dating, to depression, and even addictions. These nights are not designed to expose our students to the things of the world, but rather to educate them on what God says about them, and leave them feeling equipped and empowered.