“Walk in a manner worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to him, bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God.”
What is 212?
212 is for students (6th-12th grade). 212 is the temperature that water needs to be in order to reach the boiling point. We realized that there really isn’t much significance to water at 211 degrees, so we made it our mission to see students become sold out followers of Jesus. In others words, students being 212 for Jesus!
What’s 212 Like?
On a typical Wednesday you will have time before the service to hang with friends and meet new ones. Then you’ll worship together and hear a biblical message created with you in mind. We finish everything up in small groups so you can join the conversation and ask questions. We want you to leave 212 able to apply what you learned. So bottom line, we love to have fun, but we are all there for one thing, and that is to learn about JESUS!
Are You New?
If this coming Wednesday is your first time at 212, we want 2 things to happen. The first is that you have a great time. So much fun that you want to come back and bring your friends. The second is that we want to get to know you. Our leaders love meeting students and hearing about what’s going on in their lives. Every student has a story, and we want to hear it! So come check it out; we can’t wait to hear your story!
Every Wednesday from 7-8:30 pm at our Statesboro campus (1342 Cawana Rd.)
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