Hosanna! Church

Give Times & Directions

Catalyst (Grades 9-12)

Catalyst (Grades 9-12)

Catalyst is our Wednesday night Senior High ministry. Students experience relevant and engaging worship, dynamic, Christ-centered teaching, serving opportunities, and interactive small groups.

Grades 9-12 • Worship Center
Wednesdays, 7:45-9:15 p.m.

September 16, 2014-May 15, 2016

Cost varies

Catalyst Lakeville Media Archive

Catalyst Shakopee Media Archive

Catalyst 2015-16 – Lakeville & Shakopee

Catalyst is Hosanna’s Wednesday night Senior High ministry. Students experience engaging worship, dynamic, Jesus-centered teaching, prayer ministry, serving opportunities, and interactive small groups.

Cost: $220 ($50 for programming, $165 for retreat)
We never want finances to be an obstacle for students to attend Catalyst! If you are unable to pay in full at this time, click here to set up a payment plan, make a partial payment or to receive financial assistance. PLEASE NOTE: Completion of this form is not sufficient to register your student for Catalyst. You MUST return to this page.

Catalyst Registration ONLY: If you are absolutely unable to attend the retreat due to a schedule conflict or medical reason, enter: NORETREAT2015 at the end of the registration form to waive the $165 retreat fee.

Catalyst Retreat November 20-22 2015. The Registration and Refund deadline is Friday, November 6.

If you do not already have a Fellowship One online account, please create one here before registering. Thank you!

Grade 9-12 Registration Catalyst Leader Application

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

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.

Key Mile Markers on a student’s journey towards living the faith:

Catalyst Retreat  • Impact Trips • Summer Camp • Small Groups

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.


Retreats are a key strategy to students in grades 7 through 12 embracing the faith and living the faith. When you register for PowerLife and Catalyst; the registration for an annual retreat is included. Retreats are typically a highlight for students, and a unique opportunity to unplug from everyday routine. This helps build relationships in the small group, and fosters more meaningful discussions on regular programming nights.


Student Leadership

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 our student ministry leaders page or email: katyg@hosannalc.org

Impact Trips

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. Impact Trip information can be found here.

Catalyst 2015-16 – Lakeville & Shakopee

Wednesdays, September 16, 2015-May 11, 2016 | 7:45-9:15 p.m.

View Event

Life Hurts – Lakeville

Tuesdays • 6:15 p.m. • The Chapel • Ages 10-18 (Grades 4-12)

View Event

Youth Ministries Brochure


Like Catalyst on Facebook

Follow Catalyst on Twitter