• Sunday Morning Small Groups

    9 am | Lower Level

    The last day for Sunday Morning Small Groups will be Sunday, May 28th! After that we'll be on break for the summer!

  • Last day of regular Student Life: Mini Golf!

    6:30-7:30 pm | Wednesday, May 31st | Mulligan's on Douglas

    Free! Bring a friend!

    Celebrate the end of the school year and the start of summer with us at Mulligan's Mini Golf! Parents, please drop kids off between 6:15 and 6:30 pm and pick them up by 7:45. We'll cover the cost of mini golf but kids can bring extra money for snacks if they'd like.

    This will be the last day of regular Student Life before we start summer activities! This includes Sunday morning Small Groups.

  • Student Life S'mores Party

    6:30-8 pm | Wednesday, June 14th | The Damaschke Home (6143 Charles Street)

    For all our students (incoming 6th graders all the way through high school) not on the mission trip, we will be hosting a S'mores Party! We'll play yard games and make s'mores of all kinds--that means marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers of all different flavors! If you can dream it, we can make it!

    Let us know you're coming here!

  • High School Breakfast & Bible Study

    9:30-11:30 am | Wednesdays starting June 21st | Nathan's place (4215 Erie Street, Apt. 637)

    Student Life consists of three things: worship, discipleship, and fellowship. High School Breakfast and Bible Study is a great opportunity to experience all three of these every Wednesday morning! Throughout the summer, Nathan and Annika will be opening up their home to students, providing breakfast each week, and we will be discovering who Jesus is by exploring the Gospel of John together. Let him know if you want to join!

  • Student Life @ Feed My Starving Children

    6-9:30 pm | Wednesday, June 21st |  Libertyville, IL

    Meet at the church @ 6 pm

    It is a sad reality that many young children around the world live in conditions that leave them hungry on a daily basis. Feed My Starving Children is an organization that is working towards ending world hunger by packing meals that are sent around the world to those most in need. Join us on the evening of June 21st as we show the love of Jesus by serving at Feed My Starving Children. We will meet in the church parking lot at 6 pm to carpool/convoy down. We have spots for 20 Students and 5 Leaders.

    Sign up here!

  • Student Life Friday Fun Days

    10 am | Fridays starting June 23rd

    Meet at the church and we'll go from there!

    Summer break provides the opportunity to do lots of fun things at Student Life! Each week we will be doing something different: we'll go to the zoo, ride roller coasters, spend the day at the beach, and a whole lot more! 

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9 am Sundays: Middle School & High School Small Groups

6:30 pm Wednesdays: Student Life

Arrival: 6 pm | Pickup: 8:30 pm

Sunday Morning Small Groups

The Black Letters of Jesus

9 am | Lower Level

This year we're diving into The Black Letters of Jesus! A lot of studies focus on Jesus’ words—the red letters of Scripture. But what would it look like if we focused on his actions—the black letters? The Black Letters of Jesus is based on the 8 Roots of Deep Discipleship. Throughout The Black Letters of Jesus, students will examine the things Jesus did while he was here on earth, allowing them to see Jesus in a new way. These are lessons drawn from the life of the one who became flesh and lived among his creation. By focusing on his actions throughout the ministry year, students will grow a deeper understanding of what it means to follow him every day.

Wednesday Night Student Life

Pursuit: Beyond Routine to Relationship

6:30-8 pm

This year our Wednesday night curriculum is called Pursuit: Beyond Routine to Relationship. God has become a “back-pocket” God for many students—like a Get-Out-of-Jail-Free card, they stuff God in their back pocket until they need him. Their faith isn’t a relationship; it’s a convenience, a routine. Even though he’s not their top priority, God is still in pursuit of them. Relationships aren’t one-sided, and it’s no different in our relationship with God. He promises that if we draw near to him, he will draw near to us (James 4:8). And that’s how we grow in spiritual maturity—by pursuing God, trusting his pursuit of us, and knowing him more.


Service is a huge part of our DNA.  Below are ways that both parents and students can serve here at Faithbridge. Please review the options below and contact us to find out more about this service opportunities.  


Facilitate discussions during breakout groups, be a positive role model for the students in our ministry, get to know the students at our weekly meetings and follow up with them outside of Student Life. 

Adult Leader Handbook


Student Leader Teams are a great way for our most committed students to serve, lead, and give back to their peers in Student Life!