Fun events, engaging services, and transformative small groups all designed to help students encounter Jesus. From our Sunday morning Gathering to our Wednesday night Life Groups to events, camps, and trips – there are so many ways to get involved. We would love to see you at our next Friends HSM event!
Sun 11A | Terrace Patio
Join us for coffee, donuts, and connection on the Terrace Patio every Sunday morning before the 11A weekend service, then sit with us in our high school section of the Worship Center (right balcony). This is an amazing time to worship together and hear God’s Word.
1st Sundays of the Month
1st Sun 5:30P | Chapel
Mark your calendar for our 1st Sunday Gatherings! On the first Sunday, we gather in the Chapel to worship and share a meal together. Dinner is free and goes from 5:30-6:30P, followed by service until 8P.
Wed 7-9P | Host Homes (September – May)
Life is meant to be lived in community and High School Life Groups are an opportunity for our students to study God’s Word and live out deep and meaningful friendships. Groups are made up of 5 or more students of the same gender and grade and one or two of our amazing and screened adult leaders. We meet in four different host homes in and around Yorba Linda and are organized by grade.
Jan 26-28, 2018
Cost is $199 before 12/14, $229 after.
Join us at Mile High Pines again this year where you’ll enjoy lots of snow, Olympic themed dance party, breakout sessions, epic worship and teaching time. Departing from the Worship Center at 1P on Friday, Jan 26 and returning by Sunday, Jan 28 at 2P.
Transition Tips for Success
In the many years we have worked with youth at Friends Church, we have observed some things parents can do to help their student successfully transition into Student Ministries.
Check out these spiritual formation resources that can help you grow in your relationship with Jesus.
Be in the loop on all things High School Ministries by signing up for our Parent Newsletter.
Worship Together Weekends
Worship Together means that children (1st-6th grades) and students (7th-12th grades) join their parents in the Worship Center rather than have their own programming.