We are thankful to have an active group of students that attend here. Our Student Pastor and volunteers work hard to put together activities that the students can be a part of.
Each month, we aim to have things that the students can be a part of both on campus and off. In addition to the monthly things we put together, the students can attend youth camp for one week during the summer.
SOCKS IN A BOX – October 2017 through January 2018
Our students are sponsoring this mission opportunity. All socks collected will go to homeless. Donation boxes for new packaged socks will be located in the Family Life Center and by the fellowship hall.
15 = FREE + $100 SHOT- Saturday, October 21 at 5:30pm. Transportation provided, meet at DBC 5pm. Following Pizza meal students return to, or join us at DBC appox. 7pm, (meal at Blaze not required) for $100.00 Shot. Names of students will be placed in a hat. Each person’s name, in the order drawn out of the hat, may take one shot from a designate location to make a basket. The first person to make the basket will go home with $100.00. For details 904-534-4724.
Combined Student Service October 22, 6pm in FLC, DBC and Oceanway.
YOUTH QUAKE LIVE November 3 – Students to Potter’s House. Transportation provided, leave DBC 5:30pm. Dine out, $10 per person.
NERF WAR – November 17, 8pm in the Family Life Center, no cost.
CHRISTMAS PARTY – December 16 at 6:30pm in the Youth Room in the Family Life Center, no cost. Bring a $5 gag gift.
Small Groups details TBA
Middle School Department
The Middle School Department is striving to help this age group relate the Bible to current “real life” issues through literature and activities, and also endeavoring to equip students to apply information presented through every setting and situation in their life. Instructors in this age group are responsive to the needs of middle schoolers and dedicated to serving in this area of ministry.
High School Department
As older teens are preparing for adulthood and college or careers, leaders for this age group are well trained in current leadership responsibilities aimed at helping these students. Transitioning into increasing responsibilities while attempting to “grow up” is a challenging time in life. Through caring, patient teachers with the help of literature prepared for these students, all steps are taken to assist them in keeping the faith through their current and future walk in life.
Sunday 9:45am – Jason and Jennifer Love (Jason is also our temp sports coordinator)
Sunday 6:00pm – Brandon and Kala Humphries
Wednesday 7:00pm youth service in the Family Life Center