Students

Solid Rock Student Ministries

Our Student Ministries exists to SHARE God’s love with young people, to CONNECT them with other Christians, to help GROW their faith, and to challenge them to HONOR God with their life by serving Him through ministry.
 
The Lord has blessed our teens with a wonderful facility where they are able to enjoy things like ping pong, volleyball, pool, foosball, carpet ball, and air hockey before and after youth services. We also have a rock climbing wall that we open up for youth activities!
 
Stay up-to-date with events and announcements on our Student Ministries Facebook Page, by signing up for our weekly 411 email, or click the announcement button below! 
 
 
**The 2018/2019 Medical Release Form ONLY needs to be filled out if you have a NEW student to HBC, or a student entering 7th or 10th grade. If your medical information has remained the same for your 8th, 9th, 11th or 12th grade student, there is no need to fill out the information again.
 
 

Junior High (7-8 grade)

Solid Rock Junior High is where it all begins for our 7th and 8th grade students. They meet in the Junior High room of our Youth Center, right next to the South Portico entrance of the church building, 
 
Sunday Morning: 
7th-8th graders meet together in the Junior High room at 9:30 am to hear Pastor Nathan Fox teach each week.
 
Wednesday Evening: 
7th & 8th graders meet together in the Junior High room for Word of Life small groups from 7 pm – 8:15 pm.
 
 

High School (9-12 grade)

Solid Rock Senior High consists of students in grades 9th-12th. These students meet in Senior High (M150) in our Youth Center.
 
Sunday Morning:

9th-12th grade meet together in Senior High at 9:30 am to Pastor Kent Gregory teach each week.

Wednesday Evening: 
9th and 10th graders meet together in our Senior High room, while 11th and 12th graders meet in The Refinery for Word of Life small groups from 7 pm – 8:15 pm.
 
 

Word of Life

Developing healthy spiritual habits is a crucial step toward spiritual growth for every Christ-follower. We need to develop consistency in our lives in order to remain close to Him and grow in our relationship with Him. Word of Life seeks to accomplish this through small groups and individual accountability.
 
Click here to review the biblical habits that Word of Life desires to encourage in your teens. Check out this video
 
Word of Life materials are available for purchase at the Student Information Center located just outside of the youth rooms.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Word of Life Scholarships

If a student earns 500 points in the Creative Discipleship program within a ministry year, (June 1 – May 31st) that student will earn the several scholarships available for Word of Life Camps and the Bible Institute.
 
Click Here for the list of points available for scholarship, a list of Christian services and a breakdown of how to achieve these points within the school year. 
 
Click Here for the approved reading book list.
 
Click Here for the FREE online verse pack choices!
 
Word of Life offers the following three awards for every student who reaches  a minimum of 500 points in the Creative Discipleship Program in one year:
 
1. One FREE ticket to one Word of Life Reverb event.
2. One FREE week of Word of Life Summer Camp OR one weekend of Word of Life Snow Camp (New York) or Pursuit Camp (Florida).
3. A $500 Scholarship for the Word of Life Bible Institute in Pottersville, NY or Hudson, FL.
     For a list of other colleges that currently honor this scholarship, click here
 

Camp, Mission Trips, Events, & More

A vibrant faith comes about through the study of God’s Word, the living out its truths, and connection to Christian community. Our student ministry provides opportunities to grow in each of these areas through missions trips (national & international), summer camps , and various events throughout the year.
 
Sign up for our 411 Newsletter to get the latest on upcoming events!
 
Visit our Facebook Page for more great information!
 
 
 
 
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