We are having a special 4-week seminar series for parents of youth at NSF, Sunday evenings from 4:00-5:30. Please attend any or all that you would like. We will meet in the counseling room upstairs.

Oct. 15 Cultivating Conversations of Faith and Life With Adolescents – finding space and courage to initiate casual and intentional teaching moments around the application of faith and life.
Oct. 22 Technology and the Adolescent – how to manage the dangers and benefits of technology and their impact on the hearts and minds of our adolescents.
Oct. 29 Worship Night led by Youth.
Nov. 5 Sexual Ethics and Identity in Adolescence – living and learning in an hyper sexualized culture and gender fluid culture.

Our Mission


Meeting students where they are & inviting them into our lives.


Encouraging discipleship & fellowship through one on ones, small groups, youth group and serving together.


Keeping the gospel central in all things.


Fostering relationships amongst the whole body of Christ.

Our large groups meet on Sunday evenings during the school year. Middle School meets 4:00-5:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall, and High School meet together in homes around the city from 6:15-7:45 pm. Students have snacks, fellowship, game(s), worship, teaching, and sometimes break-out discussion groups. All upcoming youth events, including large groups are posted on the calendar below.
Our small groups are led by Liz (high school girls), Crystal (middle school girls) & Rob (high school/middle school boys at separate times). We meet in various locations across the city. Contact any of our leaders with questions.

Sunday School is at 10 am.

High School meets at the Franklin Architects building (next to the Post Office). Middle School meets at Fiamma (across from Publix). Click the image for all Sunday School options.

Our upcoming events will be posted below, or you can click the image for the full calendar.

See All Youth Events

Stay In Touch

Rob Wolfe

Youth Director & Guys Coordinator

Crystal Holland

Middle School Girls Coordinator