A Note To Parents

In today’s busy culture, parenting teenagers can be extremely tough!  Because our mission is to help students take personal risks to bring the Gospel to every relationship, our desire is to come alongside you.  Parents will always have a deep influence on their children, and we want to provide resources to equip families.  Thank you for letting us partner with you in the journey of leading your kids to Jesus. 

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Serve Europe: Transformation

By |July 12th, 2019|Categories: Parent Blog|

Howdy y'all! Both teams have wrapped up their ministry time in Spain and England and will be converging paths on Saturday afternoon to celebrate all that the Lord has done together in London! Before that, [...]

Serve Europe: Pebbles & Seeds

By |July 10th, 2019|Categories: Parent Blog|

Hello there, family! Wednesday has come and gone, and it was another fantastic day! Today held school time for both the York and Middlesbrough teams, along with some evening youth clubs. The Spain team had [...]

Frequently Asked Questions

This is probably the most frequently asked question at Heights Students. The tough part is, there is no one right answer for every student. We offer many different opportunities to get connected.   One of the most important ways to get your student connected is to get them involved in a Bible Fellowship on Sundays.  For Junior High students, Bible Fellowship begins at either 9:15 am or 10:50 am.  For High School students, Bible Fellowship begins at 9:15am. Junior High  students can also participate in Switch while High School students can participate in Huddles throughout the week.  The student ministry staff wants to do whatever possible in order for your student to get involved in this community. There is no greater thing your son/daughter could be involved in than Heights Students at The Heights Baptist Church.

There are numerous ways for you, as a parent or guardian, to get involved in Heights Students. We are constantly seeking out adults that have a desire to teach, disciple students, work behind the scenes, open up their home for gatherings, etc.  Every adult volunteer must first fill out an Adult Volunteer Application and Background Check required by state law and complete a Child Abuse Prevention course facilitated by our staff.  Once that is cleared, one of the ministers will contact you and find a place for you to serve.  The Heights Student Ministry staff would love to have you be a part of the team!  
Anyone on The Heights Student Ministry staff would love to talk with your son/daughter.  We are not trained, licensed counselors, but we can speak with students about the spiritual nature of any issues.  For any major psychological issues, we highly recommend a licensed, professional counselor.

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