Collide High School Ministry exists for students to KNOW Christ. Part of our mission at Collide is to partner with parents to move students to understand who they are in Christ. This includes growing community not only on Sunday mornings, but Wednesday nights as well.
Collide MDWK is the place to be for HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS on Wednesday nights! We meet from 6-8pm in our main worship center (doors open at 6pm for hangout with our teaching time beginning at 6:30pm). We hope you will join us for an awesome night of fun games, engaging worship, relevant teaching & small groups. YOU BELONG HERE!
Collide High School Ministry exists for students to GROW in their faith. A part of our mission at Collide is to partner with parents to move students to understand why they believe what they believe. Part of helping students GROW in their faith is through Collide Lifegroups. Lifegroups are grade and gender specific and they are lead by pre-screened, caring adult leaders.
Collide Lifegroups are located in “The Corner" inside the main building. Here at Collide we believe COMMUNITY IS POWERFUL! We hope you will join us as we gather in small groups and study God’s word. Doors open at 9am and we start at 9:30am. After Lifegroups, we then attend the 11am main worship service together. WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER!
*Lifegroups are currently paused due to Covid-19*
Collide High School Ministry exists for students to GO reach the world for Jesus through lives of service. A part of our mission at Collide is to partner with parents to move students to understand and learn what their role is in the church and how to live a life of service. Let’s GO TELL THE WORLD ABOUT JESUS!
Collide mission trips can be found on our missions page. On that page, you will be able to read more about our missions strategy and apply for upcoming trips!
The Sermon on the Mount, found in Matthew chapters 5-7, comes from when Jesus was just beginning his early ministry after being baptized by John and as he was traveling through Galilee. On a mountainside, not far from Capernaum, Jesus stopped to give his longest and most popular sermon, giving this event the name "Sermon on the Mount." The focus of the Sermon on the Mount was how to live a life pleasing to God and the characteristics of Christian discipleship. Jesus used this opportunity to teach His disciples how to live with the Kingdom of God in mind at all times. As we will see this Fall in Collide, the Sermon on the Mount is not simply a list of rules to follow, it is an invitation to live under grace and experience blessings from a living a life that honors our Savior..King Jesus. Hope to see you at Collide this Fall as we unpack the Sermon on the Mount.