Charity Senior High
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What is Orange?
Orange is simple. It’s a strategy.
Orange combines the influences of the church and the home to have a significantly greater impact on your child’s future.
At Charity, we want to partner with you to help your child discover and embrace a growing relationship with Jesus.
Senior High includes weekly activities, games, snacks and life-relatable lessons from the Bible. Over the course of the year, various events like ski trips, retreats, overnights and missions trips are available to the students. This year’s focus is on identity and what it means to embrace who we are in Christ.
The theme verse for the year is Romans 12:2, “Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good pleasing and perfect.”
Embracing the truth in a world full of lies allows us to grasp who God is calling us to be as a student, sibling, son or daughter, brother or sister, friend or worker. Students will be challenged to grow deeper in their faith and take ownership of their spiritual journey with the Lord.
Meeting Place and Time
Senior High meets at 8 p.m. downstairs following WOW worship. Information on activities, locations and transportation will be sent in advance if traveling outside of the church. Students will be notified of any change in scheduling or location ahead of Wednesdays so everyone can be involved in the fun.
Typically, senior high meets from 8 until 9:30 p.m. However, if students feel the need to stay and talk with a leader they can ask permission to stay later. With all the activity, plans are to be finished by 9:30 p.m. so everyone can get their rest for the next day.
After from returning from the World Race, a mission to 11 different countries over 11 months, I began a full-time position as High School Director at Charity.
I am passionate about high school students as well as internationals. My heart is for the unreached peoples of this world especially those who live in the 10/40 window.
I grew up in Rugby and I am the second of five boys. My family means a lot to me as it has made a commitment to stick together through everything.
I have been involved with high school students since my senior year of college in 2015. I love how God uses these young people to bring light to one of the darkest places in the world – our schools. I am beyond excited to be involved and to push senior high students deeper in their relationship with Christ and into a Kingdom purpose God has planned for their lives.
I would love to connect with you if you have questions or simply want to know more about Senior High.
Charity Senior High Director
It would be great to form small groups over the course of the year. The goal is for students to be challenged in depth and walk closer to God than ever before. Small groups and mentors can be a way for greater depth. If you need or want to start a small group, contact Andrew to get connected.