ROOTED PARENT-YOUTH MINISTRY
“Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving.” -Colossians 2:6-7
Rooted is the Parent-Youth ministry of Greentree Church. Our greatest desire is to raise a generation of passionate followers of Christ the King! Through the power of the gospel we hope to see our teens saved and transformed into men and women who worship God. We believe that God has given parents the primary responsibility for the discipleship of their children and the church is called to help equip parents for this ministry. Rooted seeks to partner with parents to train their teens in this God-given task. The focus of our ministry is to root the next generation in the Word of God, in the life of the local church, and in Christ – all for His glory! We do this by providing biblical teaching and the context in which to build meaningful peer relationships that seek to make the gospel central in their lives.
The Main Night
2nd Saturday of each month at 5:30pm (September – June)
The Main Night provides a context for parents and youth to worship and hear God’s word together. We hope to encourage spiritual conversations between parents, youth, and leaders. The bible clearly teaches that parents are God’s primary means of discipling the next generation and the church is called to help equip parents for this ministry. Therefore, during the Main Night, we take time to specifically encourage and equip parents. We see the importance for youth to engage in meaningful peer relationships, so there is time for teens to be together in fun activities and social interaction. All this must be met with God’s presence and his gracious work, therefore we will spend time in prayer. Dinner is provided, so come hungry!
Rooted Hangout Nights
A time for Jr & Sr High students to relax, play games and use hang out with friends. Meets in the Youth Center at 6:30 pm on the following dates:
June 19, July 10, July 24, August 7, August 21
Events are for 7th-12th grade students unless otherwise noted