Student Ministries at Hope consists of Middle School and High School. Both meet on Wednesday nights.
Hope Student ministry is specially tailored to help our students sort it all out. We have weekly gatherings with a dynamic worship experience—complete with a live band, inspirational speakers, heartfelt small group discussions and fun games. As students consistently engage in our Wednesday night environments and learn to develop a love for Jesus they will see how that can influence every decision they make.
We don’t stop there though... we want our students to “live the mission” of Hope Fellowship. Teenagers at Hope are encouraged to love God, connect with other believers by joining a group, grow in their faith by engaging in annual camps and/or retreats and serve their world by participating in local serve opportunities or week-long summer missions experiences.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Wednesday nights provide a service designed specifically for students in 6-12 grades. From the worship time with our band, to the message from their student pastor, every part is planned with your student in mind and with the goal to provide them the opportunity to grow in their faith. These services are high energy and fun! Your student can look forward to a fun night with friends and a life changing experience when they come to a Hope Students Wednesday night service. In order to provide a more age specific experience, our Middle School and High School students have their own meeting times on Wednesday night.
Frisco East Campus meets 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Frisco West Campus meets 6:30 - 8:00 PM
McKinney Campus meets 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Frisco East Campus meets 7:30 - 8:45 PM
Frisco West Campus meets 7:30 - 8:45 PM
McKinney Campus meets 7:30 - 8:45 PM
Small groups meet each week during service. During small group sessions, students are building relationships with each other and their leader as they discuss the topic of the week and pray together. These groups are a crucial part of a student’s connection to Hope Student Ministries. The Jesus-centered relationships built during this time are strengthened as the group grows through the year, and even from one school year to the next.
All of the leaders are background checked and have had personal pastoral interviews and training. Beyond that, our small group leaders are chosen based on their volunteer commitment, their faithfulness to serving with Hope Student Ministries and their character as witnessed by the student ministry team. We ask that our small group leaders commit to at least one year with their group to provide consistency for the students.
At Hope Student Ministries, ALL students will be given a small group. If your student is attending for the first time the volunteer at the new student check in will give them some instruction on where to go during small group time. Small groups are gender specific and are broken up by Middle School and High School. There is a place in a small group for everyone!
Hope Students has a large group of leaders and MANY areas available for new team members to jump in. From greeters and check-in volunteers who make the first impressions every week, to our small group leaders who walk through life with students on a week-to-week basis, we are always ready to welcome new team members who want to impact students.
Our leader on-boarding process starts with Connect Track on the campus you attend. CLICK HERE to learn more about Connect Track and how to get started. Once you have completed Connect Track and you are ready to serve in Hope Students, you'll get an email from the Hope Students team on the campus you attend about on-boarding details and your first Wednesday.
Absolutely! Parent volunteers are a vital part of Hope Student Ministries and we value their leadership! Get the details you need to get started under the "How do I volunteer" tab above.
YES! We want every Middle School and High School student to hear about Jesus. Students are encouraged to bring everyone in their school they can possibly bring.
Being baptized is an exciting step for any student to take! If your student wants to be baptized at Hope, they can sign up with their small group leader on a Wednesday night, or at the information table in the lobby during student ministry services. To get more information about Baptism, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Home Groups are small groups that meet in homes and allow you to be with others, dive into the Bible and discuss issues and challenges relevant to your life. Use our Group Finder to find existing groups that fit your stage of life and area of town you live in.