Thrive Students

Life Beyond Ordinary starts here
Rally points
Need a ride? Meet us at one of the Thrive Students Rally Points! Every Wednesday starting Nov. 17th.
Frontline will be a group of students ready to lead their generation into the next movement of God. Find out more here
Thrive Students Worship

Interested in being part of the Thrive Students worship team? The next audition is on Nov. 21st from 12:30-2:30pm at Thrive Church


At Thrive Students, we are dedicated to engaging and empowering Next Gen to thrive with NEW life in Christ. Thrive Students is our weekly ministry at Thrive Church for students 6th-12th grade. Our goal is not just to entertain. We aim to create an atmosphere where students come as they are to encounter God’s presence, find freedom, discover purpose, and make a difference.

You are fam. This isn’t just a saying. This is our mission to connect you to an encouraging community where you come alive to your true identity and purpose.

No matter who you are or where you come from, we promise you this: you have a “home” here at Thrive Students.

Grand Opening

Wednesday, Nov. 17th  at 6:30 – 8pm

Thrive Church Lone Tree Campus (9830 Lone Tree Pkwy, Lone Tree, CO 80124)

Stay up to date

Check us out on social media (@iamthrivestudents) to stay up to date on events, notifications, etc. You can also sign up for event text reminders (don’t worry, we won’t spam you) by texting “@thriveyth” to 81010. If you have any questions about our Student Ministry please email our Next Gen Director, Taia Johnson.

Parent Resources


You are a better parent than you might realize. At least we think so. Parents, grandparents, and guardians often don’t give themselves enough credit for the remarkable job they are doing in raising kids to become good humans. Your parenting style might not be for everyone, and that’s okay. Check out Parent Cue’s blog and resources, where their goal is simply to cue you with what you need when you need it, so you can be the parent you want to be.

Anxiety Conversation Guides

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)