the high school Ministry of Zionsville Fellowship
We want all of our youth to know Jesus Christ and to find their ultimate joy and satisfaction in Him. We have designed our youth ministry to deepen understanding of the greatness of our God, and to give encouragement in the pursuit of godliness.
The high school ministry of Zionsville Fellowship exists to partner with parents in helping students understand the gospel, know Christ, and make him known in every area of their lives.
Toward that end we offer several different ways for students and families to get involved. If you would like to receive regular email updates about the high school ministry, you can opt in below.
SUNDAY NIGHT YOUTH GROUP
We gather on Sunday nights, during the school year, from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. Students enjoy games, worship, teaching, discussion, and fellowship. We are meeting in the High School room.
Small groups meet regularly to help students grow in Christ. Led by mature and caring adults, these groups guide students in exploring the Bible, sharing life together, and praying for one another. Small groups meet at various times and locations. Email Taylor Sutton or call him at 317-617-0162 to inquire about joining a small group.
Students serve in various ways at either Wheeler Mission or Neighborhood Fellowship, both of which are ministry partners in Indianapolis. Wheeler Mission is a Christian nonprofit organization serving homeless men, women, and children in and around downtown. Neighborhood Fellowship is a sister church of ZF located in an under-resourced community on the near east side.
ON THE EDGE - JUNE 2022
On the Edge is our adrenaline-filled summer retreat at Alpine Ministries in West Virginia. Students experience three full days of outdoor adventures including whitewater rafting, caving, and more. In the evening, we gather for dynamic Bible teaching from a guest speaker, as well as camp fires, open gym, swimming, and a cook-out dinner.
GREAT WHITE NORTH - JANUARY 13-16, 2023
This annual winter retreat is an opportunity for high school students to have fun with friends and be challenged spiritually in the spectacular snow-covered Northwoods of Wisconsin. Students and adults travel to Fort Wilderness, a camp near Rhinelander, Wisconsin, during the Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend. They enjoy tubing, ice skating, horse back riding, broom ball, and sleigh rides, plus time is taken for worship, teaching, and discussion.