Building ONE – High School
We gather together every Sunday night from 5 – 6 p.m. to eat, hang out in our high school center, and play games.
This is a great time to meet new people, to bring your friends, and to strengthen your relationships within the group and with God through worship.
From 6 – 7 p.m. we have our Building ONE worship service which is led by the Building ONE praise band and Pastor Hunter Steinmetz.
Wednesday Night Small Groups
These groups provide a great way to grow in faith and fellowship. We commit to meet weekly for encouragement, study and discipleship by spending time asking hard questions and allowing God to work through His Word and community.
Sr. High Small Groups meet every Wednesday at 6:30. These small groups focus on dealing with real world issues through the lens of God’s word. Students are assigned to small groups with trusted adults who become another voice of truth speaking into their lives.
Want to Volunteer?
All those who spend time with young people are better for their investment. Our leaders are those who love teens and have a desire to help them understand how to live out their own faith in everyday situations. Every volunteer must submit to a background check, participate in abuse awareness training and other applicable training, and adhere to all HCN NextGen policies and procedures. If you’d like to apply to be a volunteer with this age group, you may submit an application by clicking here or emailing Pastor Hunter at email@example.com
What does Building ONE mean?
Building ONE has multiple meanings.
1. The teen room and worship room were once one room, serving as the church’s first and only building established in 1977 by Dr. Harvey Hendershot. Building ONE meets in the church’s first building, therefore making it, Building ONE.
2. It also means that we, as a people of God, are building and setting apart one community for the glory of God. We are on mission to turn the world’s face towards God’s face. We are on mission to build one people who love God and live Christlike lives.