Compass Group® | Careers Close Menu - + Search Play Video Map Map Facebook Glassdoor Instagram LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Warehouse Students

Warehouse 242 believes that Middle School and High School is a time of personal discovery, increased social and self-awareness, and broader interaction with the world. We also believe that God can speak through us and transform us through these transitions. Therefore, our goal is to guide students to…

(1) know they are beloved by Jesus

(2) seek life in Jesus

(2) engage in Jesus’ ways of truth, community, justice, and creativity.

Small Gatherings

Students meet on a regular basis on Sunday mornings.

>> Middle School Students (6th-8th grade) meet the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month during our Sunday Service in the Student Room (the space behind the sanctuary).

>> High School Students (9th-12th grade) meet the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month after our Sunday Service in the Student Room (the space behind the sanctuary).

To get plugged in or learn more, email our student ministry director.

Service

Warehouse Students regularly partner with various organizations around Charlotte, the nation, and our world to support initiatives of change, (mission) and justice. Whether through clean-up days, running camps, or learning about various social disparities, we strive to mobilize and engage students in the Spirit’s work in the world.

Social Events

Student Warehouse typically gathers at least once a month for a time to hang out. From movie nights to out of town trips to laser tag expeditions, we believe that one of the best ways to create community and express creativity is through play and fun together.

FAQs

Students are invited to join us when they are rising 6th graders through 12th grade. Small Groups are divided by age.

Twice a month for Sunday gatherings. Middle School meets on the first and third Sunday. High School on the second and fourth. Email our student ministry director for specific times.

Warehouse Students is led by a team of excellent volunteers. Our volunteer leaders love engaging with adolescents and have been trained to serve as mentors. Every volunteer has been trained and have gone through a background check.

As Warehouse Students continues to grow, the opportunity to pour into the lives of young people continues to abound. If you want to impact lives and want to learn more about serving, email our student ministry director.

Subscribe

Subscribe to Warehouse Student emails here

Get Connected

Want to get connected in the community? Check out our church calendar.

Feedback