Phone: (719) 884-6100
Mailing Address: 219 E Bijou St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
First Pres Middle School Ministry exists to connect students and their families with caring adult leaders who walk alongside them through Middle School and beyond. Middle School can be a time with so much change and exploration. Because of that, we hope to be a consistent space for students to be known and loved as they ask big questions about life and faith.
All middle and high school students are invited to this year's lock in!
Friday Oct. 1: Students will meet at the Weber Street Center for dinner before participating in the Citywide Worship night at 6:30 p.m. in the First Pres Sanctuary. Then students will spend the lock in at Weber watching movies, playing games and more.
Saturday Oct. 2: Student will disperate to CityServe projects. High schoolers will go to the Restore for Habitat for Humanity project from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. and Middle school students will lead the Family Card Making project in the Plaza at First Pres from 9 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Saturday will end with laser tag in the Weber Street Center and dinner together.
Sunday School is a time to build community through time in small groups, to play 9-square to your heart’s content, and for us dig deeper in our faith together. Are you in? I hope so!
We are excited to be able to meet in person on a regular basis again, but we also know that all of us want to gather as safely as possible. Here are some of the ways that we are working to ensure that.
Youth group is a place made just for middle schoolers to be known and loved for who they are. The high-energy environment encourages students to be silly, ask questions and have good conversations about life and faith with other students and loving leaders.
Worshiping as a family is an important first step toward a lifelong faith. Your Students' Worship Guide is a tool to help you and your kids worship well. Every week, worship together. Sing, read the Scripture, and engage with the online worship experience. If you have questions, reach out to Harper Tice at