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The Student Ministries of Ebenezer are made up from grade seven through college age individuals. Listed below are the opportunities that exist for each age group.

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Jr. High calendar

Junior High Sunday School, Sundays at 9am in the Junior High room, open with prayer and then dive into the Bible.

Junior High Small Groups, Sundays at 7pm at the Schoolhouse, begin with fellowship and worshiping God in song with the High School students in the schoolhouse. Then we head over to the church above the gym for scrumptious snacks and Bible study. 

Junior High Meet, Wednesdays at 7pm in the GYM in the CMC, opens with an activity and concludes with small groups exploring our faith. 

Junior High Ice Camp at Miracle Camp and Retreat Center. Junior High students worship with a band and participate in all sorts of winter activities from dodgeball, to tobogganing, to ice skating, to playing snow football under the lights! For many youth, this is the highlight of their year. 

Mission Trips! 

High school calendar

Senior High Sunday School is for teens in high school who are looking to be challenged every Sunday morning. Sunday school is more focused on teaching, however there is still plenty of student interaction. Our hope is to spur one another on toward love and good deeds (Hebrews 10:24) and to have an active faith that is alive (James 2:26). We meet in the school house across from Ebenezer Mennonite Church Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. Come as you are. We are excited to meet you!

High School Small Groups meet Sundays at 7pm in the schoolhouse. We open with fellowship and worship music and then split into guys and girls small groups. Guys stay in the schoolhouse and girls move to the church basement.

Bread of Life and Dodgeball, Wednesday nights at 8:30-10pm in the CMC, allow high school students the opportunity to create and eat sumptuous treats, receive tutoring, and expend lots of energy leaping and diving to avoid being hit by a dodge ball.

High School Ice Camp at Miracle Camp and Retreat Center. High School students worship with a band and participate in all sorts of winter activities from dodgeball, to tobogganing, to ice skating, to playing snow football under the lights! For many youth, this is the highlight of their year. 

Mission Trips! Every year, the High School youth group leaves for the mission field for a week or two in the summer. The destination alters every other year from in country to out of country. We have gone to Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina, Ecuador, Mexico, and India. 

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