Youth Ministries

Our mission is to teach God's truths and equip young adults for the challenges of living in this world.

the truth of  God's Word to be sufficient for all of life's challenges.

to teach young adults how to apply God's truths to life's situations.

this happens only in a relationship with Jesus Christ and not a religious regiment.







Middle School Ministry 

1 Timothy 4:12, “Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.”

The new Middle School Ministry name is “Four Twelve”. This new title is all about finding your identity in Christ and branding yourselves with His seal. You are not defined by your years on this earth, but by your status as son or daughter of the Most High King! Youth is a gift from God and we need to treat it as such, giving our energy, attention, and praise to Him, by shining our light in this lost world. The Middle School students will be taught to be examples for those around them, no matter what age.    


Sunday Mornings @ 9:00 am:
The Middle School students meet in the Youth Center each Sunday morning for an hour to grow closer to God, and to each other. Each Sunday morning we will discuss ways to draw near to God and find His purpose in our day-to-day lives. Hope you can join us!


Wednesday Nights @ 5:30 pm
The Middle School students meet Wednesday nights as well, from September - April. We are done, for the summer. See upcoming events for summer details.
 Events Coming Up:
  •  August 18th, End of Summer Bash, This will be part of the annual church picnic.
  • Aug. 21st, Pool Party at C. Hamilton's.                                                                                                                                          
Please contact Bob Cole,   or Karen A.,  

A place for students in grades 9-12.

 My vision for the high school ministry is a simple one: To make teenage disciples as the church of now.  I want to teach young adults to love God passionately, to love others through serving, and to make it a lifestyle. I believe that this is the lifestyle that followers of Jesus are called to live, and I want to help our students understand that they can be a part of that right now! I am excited to help unleash this through the study of God's Word, through undignified worship of our Savior, through intimate and fun fellowship, and through taking the hope of salvation out into the world. ~ Drew

 The Name Frontline: Our faith is not something that is distant or disconnected from the rest of the world. It is something that is present, that is relevant, and that is personal.

 At Frontline, we will discover what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ right now, and how to take that truth and engage it in our world today. We will learn what it means to love God and to love others, and how to take the hope of Jesus Christ and apply it to our lives today.

 John 14:6 states, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."

Join us as we come together to take that truth to the Frontline of this community and world.


Sundays at 9:00 AM at Rimrock
We come together on Sunday mornings to engage in God's Word and learn to apply it to our lives today. This is the perfect opportunity to grow in your understanding of God's truths and to learn how that should reflect in your own daily lives.  During the winter/spring semester, we will be doing a study in the Book of Ecclesiastes.
Wednesday Nights @ 5:30 pm:
We also meet on Wednesday nights to dive into God's word as a community. Wednesday nights are from September though April. We are done for the season. Look at upcoming events for summer happenings.
To contact Drew, email him at: 402-651-8290 or
  • August 18th, End of Summer Bash, Part of the annual church picnic and Meyer Family Sending Celebration.