We pray that every student and their family who crosses the path of our youth ministry experiences God in such a way that they
- See God for who He is
- See themselves the way Jesus sees them
- See others the way Jesus does.
- Wednesday Night Worship Service 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
- Sunday Morning Small groups 9:00 am to 10:30 pm
We partner with families and volunteers to see this generation of students become all that God might have in store for them. We believe this is a generation of students just waiting for the fuse to be lit which leads to an explosion of passion to know God and make Him known. We believe that God has called us to make disciples and we exist to guide students as they are being filled with life in Christ.
Part of our strategy is to create environments where people can see God for who He is, see themselves the way Jesus sees them, and love others the way Jesus does through the venues of worship, discipleship, and service. We’re dedicated to providing a place for students (6th-12th grade) and their families to connect with God, with other students, and with committed leaders that are dedicated to seeing students grow closer to Christ.
High School Door Greeters
Each Friday morning from 7:30am to 8:15 am, members of WBC meet and greet students who are coming in the doors of the Waxahachie High School campus. They are given a smile, a greeting, a high five, or a fist bump that acknowledges them and affirms them. The team seeks to be the presence of Christ on the campus demonstrating the love of Jesus for each one of the students by praying for them as they pass and encouraging them. Brief and occasional conversations give students the opportunity to be blessed and valued by the greeters.
At the end of the 2018-2019 school year this team was recognized by the high school as the outstanding volunteer group on the campus. This ministry is led by Mike Peavler. Call Mike at 972-938-7343 to be involved in this outreach ministry (background checks are required by WISD to be on the campus).