WHEN & WHERE

SUNDAYS:

Our High School Ministry meets on Sunday Mornings at 9:30AM in the GYM, located on the 1st floor below the Kids Elementary Wing, for Student Roundtables. 


On Sundays, students can expect an environment focused on community, discipleship, and, of course, donuts! In this mixed-medium environment, students will be at a roundtable with their peers of the same grade and gender alongside an invested adult to explore God's Word and how it applies to their lives. 


Join us, we have a seat for you!


WEDNESDAYS:

Our High School Ministry meets on Wednesday nights from 6:30PM-8:00PM in the Student Building, located at the back of campus at NorthField for MDWK Live!


On Wednesdays, services begin at 6:30PM and include worship, teaching, and small groups. Check in & pick up for Wednesday nights takes place at the back of campus near the Student Building. Students can be dropped off between the gym and the NorthField Student Building starting at 6:00PM. 

UpCOMING SERIES

Here's an overview of our upcoming series! 

(Parents, be sure to check out the ways to continue the conversation at home)

MESSY CHRISTMAS

"Joy to the world" is a catchy lyric, but can seem totally impossible when life feels messy. When we think "Christmas" we think "joyful celebration," but what happens when the holiday season doesn't match what's actually happening around us? Know this: When life is hard, joy is still possible. When life is messy, joy is available. Why? Because when humanity was hurting, Jesus brought joy. In this 3-week Christmas series, we're going to find a way to say "joy to the world anyway." 


A 4-week Christmas series beginning on November 30


[We will be OFF on Wednesday, December 28]


Parents, looking to bring this series into your home? Here's how

PRO Tip - a series on faith & wisdom

Have you ever searched YouTube for advice on how to do...anything?! If you have, you know exactly how a helpful pro tip can be. In this series, we're going to look to one of the wisest people ever to live for some pro tips about life. We'll spend a few weeks in the book of Proverbs, discovering the one thing that can make us better at everything. In the end, students will learn how to develop the wisdom it takes to be better at life now and in the future. 


A 4-week series on faith and wisdom starting on January 4.


Parents, looking to bring this series home? Here's how!

LET's TALK ABOUT THAT

Let's face it, High School is full of questions...but sometimes we are afraid to ask. 


Your heart rate starts to rise, your shoulders tense up, you just can't seem to shake the feeling of dread that comes over you...if these feelings are familiar, chances are you've experienced some type of anxiety. Now, there are helpful and unhelpful forms of anxiety and it is helpful to learn the difference and be encouraged to take steps through the difficult feelings that so many face. Anxiety may be at an all-time high but what, if anything, does God do to help us? Let's talk about that...


A 1-week series on Anxiety on February 1.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Here's a few ways your student can get involved at NorthField!

THE WKND 2023 - March 24-26th

A spirit-filled weekend designed to connect middle and high school students to God, their community, and each other! 


For more info CLICK HERE!

STAY CONNECTED

Whether you prefer socials or texts, here's how to stay up

to date on all things High School Ministry

Parenting resources

Parenting is hard. We want to help! 

Here are some resources that can equip you to be the best you can be for your teenager.


Whether you prefer books or podcasts, below you can find some of the best voices in the country to help you navigate the waters of parenting a teenager.

  •           Parenting your 9th grader

    Parenting Your Ninth Grader is part of a series of books designed especially for busy people. These guides are more than a "journal" but less than a detailed "manual." Use this book to look ahead at key ways your child will be growing this year: physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. Jot down thoughts and observations to help you make the most of this phase.

  •           parenting your 10th grader

    Parenting Your Tenth Grader is part of a series of books designed especially for busy people. These guides are more than a "journal" but less than a detailed "manual." Use this book to look ahead at key ways your child will be growing this year: physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. Jot down thoughts and observations to help you make the most of this phase.

  •          parenting your 11th grader

    Parenting Your Eleventh Grader is part of a series of books designed especially for busy people. These guides are more than a "journal" but less than a detailed "manual." Use this book to look ahead at key ways your child will be growing this year: physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. Jot down thoughts and observations to help you make the most of this phase.

  •          parenting your 12th grader

    Parenting Your Twelfth Grader is part of a series of books designed especially for busy people. These guides are more than a "journal" but less than a detailed "manual." Use this book to look ahead at key ways your child will be growing this year: physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. Jot down thoughts and observations to help you make the most of this phase.

  • 18+: parenting your emerging adult

    You've parented for 936 weeks, and your kid has graduated and moved on to what's next. Whether they still live at home or you've already converted their room into a workout studio, you might be in the best phase of your kid's life. While parenting won't look the same anymore, it isn't over yet. Your kid still needs you. Eighteen Plus is a guide to help you parent in this new unfamiliar phase.

  •                         parent cue blog

    You are a better parent than you might realize. Parents, grandparents, and guardians often don’t give themselves enough credit for the remarkable job they are doing in raising kids to become good humans. Your parenting style might not be for everyone, and that’s okay. At Parent Cue, their goal is simply to cue you with what you need when you need it, so you can be the parent you want to be.

  •                   parent cue podcast

    You are a better parent than you might realize. Parents, grandparents, and guardians often don’t give themselves enough credit for the remarkable job they are doing in raising kids to become good humans. Your parenting style might not be for everyone, and that’s okay. At Parent Cue, their goal is simply to cue you with what you need when you need it, so you can be the parent you want to be.

  • The grown-up's guide to teenage humans

    In The Grown-Up’s Guide to Teenage Humans, author Josh Shipp shows all of us how to be that caring adult in a teenager’s life. Stressing the need for compassion, trust, and encouragement, he breaks down the phases of a teenage human from sixth to twelfth grade, examining the changes, goals, and mentality of teenagers at each stage.

  •       preparing for the unexpected

    Parenting humans at any phase of life is filled with the unexpected. But as our kids get older, and the stakes get higher, sometimes the unexpected discoveries we make as parents may elicit fear, anger, or confusion as we try to guide our kid or teen toward a positive future. This worksheet is intended to help you reflect and create a plan ahead of time for how you want to respond if you discover something you never expected.

READING PLANS

Want to pursue an authentic faith? We want to help!

Check out some of the reading plans below designed to help you grow spiritually.

  • MEET JESUS IN 30 DAYS

    Looking for an easy reading plan to help introduce you to Jesus? Here's 30 days worth of light reading that will give you a glimpse into who Jesus is, why He came to this earth, how He treated people, and what He has done for you. 


  • THE GOSPELS IN 30 DAYS

    The first four books of the New Testament make up a section of the Bible called, "The Gospels." The Gospels are four different, yet similar, perspectives that document the life of Jesus and his closest followers. This reading plan will allow you to immerse yourself into what Jesus did during His time on Earth. 


  • THE New Testament IN 30 DAYS

    The New Testament tells the story of Jesus, his closest followers, and also documents the start of what we call the church. In this reading plan you can see for yourself how Jesus awakened a movement in the world that we are still a part of today. 

  • BIBLE PROJECT: Read the Bible in one year plan

    This plan takes you through the entire Bible in one year. You'll read two or three chapters a day and sometimes skim through larger portions that contain genealogies and census information. Each day's reading includes a Psalm upon which you can meditate and pray. By the end of the reading plan, you'll have prayed through the book of Psalms two and a half times. Every time you begin reading a new book of the Bible, you'll be directed to a short animated video on the Bible Project website. Theses videos will outline the book's design and overall message to put your reading in context. In addition to these overview videos, you'll find helpful theme videos that explore several topics covered in the reading plan. To download the plan, click here: One_Year_Reading_Plan.pdf

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