For more information about any of these events, or Student Ministry at Church of the Resurrection, please call the church office at 410-560-0456 or email email@example.com. ResStudents is primarily volunteer-led at this time. If you or someone you know would like to be considered for the open position of Director of Student Ministry, please visit resbalt.org/careers.
Confirmation is an opportunity for people to make a public declaration of faith. Confirmation class walks students through the beliefs of the Christian faith and what it means to take ownership of your faith. At the end of the class, students will decide if they would like to be confirmed.
All 9th–12th Graders are invited to a weekend retreat this February; a time for fun, reflection, good conversations, and worship!
Cost: $200/student | Scholarships are available.
Transportation is available.
Can’t make it both days? Saturday arrival is great.
The Mexico Service Trip in Nogales, is for high school students, and costs roughly $1,750. Students are encouraged to ask friends, family, neighbors, etc., for donations to supplement the cost, and Church of the Resurrection will host the Cookie Walk on December 10th and a Silent Auction in May.
FOR MIDDLE SCHOOLERS
WEEKLY MS FELLOWSHIP
All 6th–8th Graders are invited to ResHall EVERY SUNDAY this Fall from 5pm - 6:15pm to gather for games, food and to learn about what it means to be a Christian.
MIDDLE SCHOOL FUN EVENTS
Every few weeks, Middle School Students are invited to hangout together and do something just for fun! Past events include Bubble Ball, Skyzone and Oriole's Games.
Middle Schoolers are encouraged to volunteer in most areas (although they will always be accompanied by an adult). Visit the volunteer page HERE with your student, and encourage them to explore how they can know God by using their gifts!
FOR HIGH SCHOOLERS
HIGH SCHOOL FELLOWSHIP
High School Fellowship happens every Sunday evening at 5pm - 6:15pm in the Commons, and is a place for 9th–12th Graders to hang out together and discover more about following Jesus as a student.
High Schoolers are welcome to volunteer in most areas at Res. In fact, most of the annual events that take place are DEPENDENT on the participation of 9–12th Graders!
Serving others is a great way to grow deeper in our faith, develop confidence and leadership skills, and build more intergenerational relationships. Students should visit the volunteer page HERE, and talk with a staff member about how they can best utilize their God-given gifts at Res.