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High School Ministry

Highrock’s High School Youth Group comprises rising 9th graders through 12th graders (adolescents about 14 years old through 17 years old). The high school years can be both formative and turbulent. It is our desire that—in the midst of all the challenges and changes—students continue to grow in their personal and communal relationships with God, the church, and one another.

Details by Congregation

High School Community Meetings

High School Youth Group meets regularly during the school year. A typical meeting includes games, snacks, worship, teaching, and prayer in Small Groups. High School Youth Group meets at two of our congregations. Bring a friend!

  • Our high school community gathers most weeks during the school year at the Student Ministry Building (735 Mass. Ave) from 12-2pm for lunch, bible study, and various other types of activities and small group experiences.  We’re changing things up regularly so you can join us for new groups and experiences at any point during the year.  Many of them happen on Sundays, but we also love going to places like Six Flags, heading out on retreats, and taking longer trips over the summer.
    If you’re thinking about joining us, reach out to Pastor Brian Dietz at and he can let you know what’s coming up and how to best plug in.
  • High School Youth Group meets on Sunday evenings from 6:00-8:00pm ET at the church.

Parent Partnership

Parents and Guardians have a vital role to play! And at Highrock we are committed to supporting you, too. We partner with parents and guardians through our Milestones program. At each of your child’s key transitions and spiritual milestones, we offer resources, instruction, and support in raising a Jesus-loving generation.

Learn More About Milestones

For families with children experiencing disability, we encourage you to explore our church’s AccessAbility Community Group, which is dedicated to including and supporting those experiencing disability and their families in the full life of the church.

Parents of teens are invited to join our Facebook Community to connect with one another through dialogue, explore relevant and helpful content, and engage in discipleship together as a community of parents.

Parents/Guardians, as your child(ren)’s biggest influence, you are encouraged to follow along with what your middle schoolers are learning: continue those conversations at home, encourage your middle schoolers in their discipleship journey, and share your own faith journey with them so that you can grow together.

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Have questions or want to get involved? Contact Family Ministry Pastor Brian Dietz at