During Middle school (5th-8th grade) we know it’s a chaotic environment for students due to new school  environments, competitive sports, all kinds of new things happening to them and their thinking changes about who they are and trying to figure out who they are. They’re capable of owning their relationship with Jesus. On Sunday morning we want to challenge them with their relationship Jesus, family, and friend.

We have services at the Fairfield Township location at the 9 o'clock and 11 o'clock service downstairs in the MSM Room. Below is a description of our current series.

 

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Speed limits. Data limits. Time limits. Age limits. There’s nothing fun about having limits set between us and what we want. And although some limits are good, most of the time it just feels like we’d be better off without them. Many of us feel like our lives, our stories, and our futures are limited in one way or another—like who we are and who we can become have limits. This was especially true for one of the earliest and most famous guys in the Bible, Moses. Because of who he was, where he came from, and what he did, Moses must have felt like his potential was limited. But God had other plans. And through Moses’ story we’ll discover that when we allow God to direct our story, the possibilities are limitless.

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