J-Walk Student Ministry
J-Walk is a ministry for Jr and Sr High Students (6th - 12th grade) which exists to build students into Spirit-powered disciples who know Jesus through a personal relationship, grow in faith through the Word in community, care in love, and share His hope intentionally with those we encounter. J-Walk has several different ways for Jr and Sr High students to get involved, including Sunday night Youth Group, Wednesday Bible studies, and Sunday School.
J-Walk Youth Group meets Sunday nights from 6:00 - 9:00 pm for fun, fellowship, food, and teaching of the Word. We meet at the Harkness Center across the street from the church.
Address: 60 S. Fourth St. Aurora IL 60505.
Family Camp 2017
Every other year we spend a week in Green Lake Wisconsin. We retreat from our every day lives to seek the Lord together. The youth is not the only ones that attend this camp, we have infants to adults come and eat, study the Bible, and worship together. This year was no exception to the fact that God is faithful when we seek him with all our hearts. On the years off from Familiy Camp we spend a week serving our city. Mission Aurora is coming Summer 2018 I hope you can join us.
Jr. and Sr. High Sunday School
On Sunday mornings we have Sunday School classes for both Jr and Sr High students. We gather on Sunday morning to gain a better understanding of our faith through teaching about the Word and preparing our hearts for worship.
Time: 9:15 - 10:15 Sunday mornings
Jr High Location: PTL House
Sr High Location: Harkness Center
Mission Trip 2017
We attended Youth Works Mission site in St. Louis Missouri for our 2017 Mission Trip. We distinctively picked St. Louis because of their focus on racial reconciliation. Today's climate may seem hopeless for us to believe racial reconciliation can happen on American soil, but that is exactly what we were seeking on this journey. We engaged, served, and connected with different community partners that serve the city year round. Therefore we got to hear a lot of stories about the culture, racial climate, and how the city cries for healing.