Rise Youth exists to create a safe place for teenagers to be themselves, find out what God created them for, develop their relationship with Jesus, and find edifying friendships. We are here to love, disciple, and encounter God together in a way that transforms our lives and defines our purpose.
We are called Rise Youth because we believe that we are a generation called to rise. In every challenge. In every season. In every setting. We call on our youth to take a stand for what they believe in and for Who they belong to. At the heartbeat of Rise Youth is passion to see Jesus made famous and see young people step into their true identity as sons and daughters of God.
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For your 6th through 8th graders, we have a our Rise Youth middle school gathering. They teach, activate, and pray for our students, while playing hilarious games that middle-schoolers love like goldfish races and donut-eating contests. We are passionate about your children encountering the Lord and being challenged to go deeper in the things of God. Make sure your kids check out this class led by our Middle School Pastor, Jonathan Gilstrap.
We love high-schoolers and believe it is important to provide them with healthy leaders and a community of friends. Rise Youth does just that. Here your teenagers will find a team of leaders dedicated to seeing them grow, encounter Jesus’ love, worship, and be activated in a lifestyle of prayer and pursuit. We love seeing students encourage each other to live a life pointed to God. Rise Youth for High School is led by Youth Pastor, Becky Johnson and her husband, Derek.
Rise: Middle School meets during the 9:00am, 11:00am and 1:00pm services on Sunday.
Rise: High School meets Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30pm at Disciples Church in Folsom (281 Iron Point Road).
For middle school, we usually start off with a fun snack and mingle time, then head into some ridiculously fun game. From there we’ll do a fun and engaging teaching tailored to middle-school students and break into groups to discuss the message, pray for one another, and connect.
For high school, there is always donuts and coffee! After hanging out for a bit, we worship together, and then hear the weekly teaching before dividing into our incredible small groups to connect, pray, and discuss the message.