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Student Ministry

E3PIC Student Ministry of Red Bank Baptist Church

E3PIC stands for:
Encounter People in Christ
Equip People in Christ
Engage People in Christ

Weekly Meeting Times: 

Refuge³ (Student Worship and Bible Study) ~ Wednesday 6:00-7:30 PM 

Awake³ (Life Groups) ~ Sunday 9:30-10:30 AM

Tuesday Afternoon Bible Study ~ Tuesday 3:00-5:00 PM

M-TAG (More Than A Game) ~ Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 2:30-5:00 PM 

Serve³ (Ministry Teams) ~ Sunday 4:30-5:45 PM
Not Currently Meeting

 

Description of Events:

Refuge³  ~ Our weekly focus on Encountering People in Christ. This is an open atmosphere (large group) for students to feel comfortable inviting their friends to and where they can get a mid-week charge from their Christian family.

Awake³ ~ Our weekly focus on Equipping People in Christ. This is an open atmosphere for students to be in small groups (age and gender appropriate) and dig into God’s Word with mature and caring adults.

Tuesday Afternoon Bible Study ~ This is a weekly Bible Study that meets after school on Tuesday afternoons. The group starts off with a video dealing with what we believe as Christians before the group splits into gender specific discussion groups. Students are allowed to hang out in the game room before and after the Bible Study.

M-TAG (More Than A Game) ~ This is the afterschool program for Red Bank middle and high school students.  The gym is open and there are adults available for helping with homework for those who desire it. There is also a short devotional time built in to every afternoon.  M-TAG meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, corresponding to the Red Bank Schools schedule.  Students wishing to stay for Refuge on Wednesdays are allowed to get a reduced priced dinner, on the condition that they stay for the entirety of the Student Ministry Programming.

Serve3 ~ Our weekly focus on Engaging People in Christ. This is a closed group time for preparing students to engage the world around them in ministry. This time consists of different small groups, called ministry teams, meeting together to hold one another accountable for their walk with Christ and learning together best how to serve others through music, drama, technology, and other methods.

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