In Thrive Students, we are dedicated to engaging and empowering Next Gen to thrive with NEW life in Christ. Thrive Students is our weekly Tuesday night ministry at Thrive Church for students 6-12th grade. Our goal is not just to entertain. We aim to create an atmosphere to encounter God’s presence, where students can meet Christ and grow in their relationship with Him.
Come as you are. Connect to an encouraging community. Discover your purpose. Make a difference.
No matter who you are or where you come from, we promise you this: you have a “home” here at Thrive Students.
October 6th, 13th, and 25th | 6:30pm-8:00pm | Host Home locations (see Events for your Crew’s location)
This fall, Crew Nights will take place in host homes. On Tuesday nights, each Crew will head to their specific location (see “Events” for your Crew’s location) for a night they shouldn’t miss!
Crew Nights are centered around growing deeper in community, with a focus on small groups. Through heartfelt worship, genuine friendships, intentional small groups, and a relevant message geared towards students and their everyday lives, Crew Nights are a chance for us to engage the hearts of students and to disciple them personally. We know that life can be difficult, and young people are constantly asking “where can I go to feel loved, accepted, and know that I’m making a difference in the world that I live in?” Having friends and adult leaders is critical to understanding who we are in Christ. Our Thrive Crews provide space for students and leaders to talk through tough questions and build deeper connections with their friends, community, and most importantly, Jesus.
October 20th | 6:00pm-8:00pm | Railbender Skatepark (10543 Twenty Mile Rd, Parker, CO 80134)
Mark your calendars! This month we’re heading back to the skatepark for a night you won’t want to miss. We’ll have huge giveaways, lots of games, so much fun, and more!
One Nights are our fun and exciting community outreach opportunities. We have larger scale events to reach further out and pull closer in. With engaging themes, games, and food, these events are a great opportunity for students to invite their friends. These event nights are dynamic and full of life change.
Helping a child with anxiety is a challenge. Parents can download these age-appropriate resources to find tips and practical ways to help their children navigate what they’re feeling: Anxiety Conversation Guides for Parents (Preschool, Elementary, Middle School, and High School age groups)
A blog post for parents on managing anxiety during any number of life disruptions.