If you're a Middle School or High School student, you're in the right place!

February 18-20, 2022
at Black Diamond Camp

Presented by RVCC Students, this event is for all current 6-12 grade students who are eager to experience a weekend away to grow in their faith and friendships. With a combination of high energy activities (glow in the dark dodgeball, 3D Climbing Wall and swim time), dynamic sessions, and intentional moments for making friends, this is an event your student won't want to miss!
Cost: Early bird cost is $199 per student. The price increases to $225 on January 18.
Pick-up/Drop-off: Parents are responsible to take students to Black Diamond Camp (19830 SE 328th Pl, Auburn, WA) and to pick them up. 
Drop-off is at 7:00pm on Friday, February 18 and pick-up is at 1:30pm on Sunday, February 20.

RVCC STUDENTS GRAHAM

5th & 6th Sunday Morning

5th & 6th Grade Group - Sundays, 10:30-11:30am

This group will meet Sunday mornings with two distinct purposes. One, to develop community and friendship amongst pre-teen students with relevant teaching and games. Two, to help preteens learn what it means to be part of a greater church body through unique experiences.

Questions?

Erika Anderson
Graham Student Ministry Pastor erikaa@rainierview.org

Middle School & High School

Discipleship-Groups - Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30pm

For middle school and high school students at RVCC Graham, Wednesday night is the primary time to meet each week. This is a space for students to spend time with others in the same stage of life and with a leader who listens and helps them discover how God is near in every circumstance. 

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RVCC STUDENTS PARKLAND

RVCC STUDENTS

RVCC STUDENTS GRAHAM

RVCC STUDENTS PARKLAND 

Middle School Sunday Morning

Middle School Group - Sundays, 10:30-11:30am

During this fun and engaging Sunday morning experience middle schoolers will learn what it means to be a young person following Jesus. 

Middle School Wednesday Nights

Open Hangout - Wednesdays, 5:00-6:00pm

Come early and have fun playing sports, games, or just hanging out.

Discipleship-Groups - Wednesdays, 6:00-8:00pm

For middle school students Wednesday night time to meet each week. On the First Wednesday of the month we'll have time for games, teaching, worship, and community in open/mixed groups. For the remainder of the month students will meet with their D-groups.

Questions?

Corey Wilson
Parkland Student Ministry Pastor coreyw@rainierview.org

Student Lounge - Sundays, 10:00-10:30am

The Student Lounge is a time for parents and students of all ages to hang out, play games, ask questions, and enjoy free snacks. 

High School Sunday Nights

Open Hangout - Sundays, 5:00-6:00pm

Come early and have fun playing sports, games, or just hanging out.

Discipleship-Groups - Sundays, 6:00-8:00pm

For middle school students Sunday night time to meet each week. On the First Sunday of the month we'll have time for games, teaching, worship, and community in open/mixed groups. For the remainder of the month students will meet with their D-groups.

Make A Difference!

If you want to make a difference and you love hanging out with amazing teens, we'd love to have you serve in RVCC Students!
RVCC Parkland - email the Parkland Student Ministry Pastor, Coreyw@rainierview.org
RVCC Graham - email the Graham Student Ministry Pastor, erikaa@rainierview.org

Discipleship Groups (D-Groups)

What are D-Groups?

Discipleship Groups (D-Groups) are small groups students of the same grade and gender who are paired with a leader or a team of leaders. These groups are a small community where students can be honest, ask questions, share successes and failures, and learn more about what it means to pursue God. 

What Does It Take to be in a D-group?

There are no prerequisites - all middle and high school students are welcome regardless of where they are on their faith journey. But we do ask that students make a commitment to attend and participate on a regular basis. And while relationships and mentorships are a key component - our focus will always be on Jesus.  

What does a typical D-Group look like?

A normal D-Group session will include a check-in/hangout time, a time of Bible-study, discussion, and prayer. D-Groups also follow the same healthy spiritual rhythms we believe in as a church and will sometimes do something fun, perform a service project, or join with other D-Groups for a celebration. 

How are you accommodating for the current health crisis?

Some groups are meeting in person. When that is the case, masks and social distance are required for indoor gatherings, spaces are disinfected before and after, and hand sanitizer and/or hand-washing areas provided. There are also virtual options for students who are not ready to meet in person.