Catalyst continues all summer long with more great worship, inspired teaching, BBQ and outdoor fun. No registration required. *No Summer Catalyst July 24.
Register by August 19 for early bird incentives, including a $35 savings! Registration enables students to be placed in a small group. If you and a friend choose each other AND both register by August 19, you are guaranteed placement together. After August 19, every effort will be made to honor your friend request, but is not guaranteed.
Grades 9-12 • Worship Center
Wednesdays, 7:45-9:15 p.m.
September 18, 2013-May 14, 2014
Download the 2013-14 Youth Ministries brochure
What is Catalyst?
Catalyst is our Wednesday night Senior High ministry. Students experience relevant and engaging worship, dynamic, Bible-centered teaching, serving opportunities, and interactive small groups.
What do we teach?
We challenge students to live their faith so that God’s character becomes evident in every area of their life. Teaching will include such topics as:
Jesus • Kingdom Impact • Character of God • The Spiritual Journey • Spiritual Disciplines
Key Mile Markers on a student’s journey towards living the faith:
Catalyst Retreat • Impact Trips • Summer Camp • Small Groups • Jr./Sr. Spring Retreat
Catalyst Small Groups
Catalyst Small Groups are the heart of Catalyst and consist of 8-10 students of the same gender and two Catalyst Leaders. Small groups create a safe place for students to discuss questions about God, while encouraging each other in their daily walks with Christ. To allow for the rapid growth Youth Ministries is experiencing, when students reach 10 per group, sub-groups will be formed for small group discussion time. In this way, students can enjoy being part of their larger group but continue to invite friends and have more chance for meaningful small group discussions.
Can I invite friends to Catalyst?
We encourage students to bring friends, but suggest after visiting twice that they register to be permanently placed in a small group.
We are passionate about developing our students’ God given potential, and invite 10-12th grade students to serve as Student Small Group Leaders, (alongside adult leaders) in PowerLife small groups. For more information, visit www.hosannalc.org/hsmleaders or email: email@example.com
A variety of experiences for students to live beyond themselves, impact and be impacted by the places they serve, and be blessed by God working through them. It is our desire that these short term trips turn into a lifelong desire to serve this world the way Christ has served us. 2014 Impact Trip information will be available in late, 2013.