We Love Our Students!
Pulse is our student youth group – a place where students meet Jesus, know Jesus and share Jesus!
The group is called “Pulse” for a reason. We try to do so much on our own, without Jesus, and we end up lonely. What we want is a heart that beats in rhythm with Him. If Jesus leads…we follow.
Pulse Junior is youth group for 5th – 8th graders. On Sundays at 11:00 am, we meet in the Pulse Student Ministry room. We also meet on Sunday nights, at the church, 6-8 pm!
Our main focus is God, but we also have lots of fun! Part of group night is small group time, where students dive into scripture and talk about topics such as discovering who God designed them to be, and issues they’re facing every day, such as lying or gossip. There is music, food, games and lots of fun!
Sign up for camp now! It’s first come, first served and spots are filling up fast.
Jr High Camp: For students 6-8th grade
When/Where: July 14-19 in Clinton, Illinois
Registration: Little Galilee Registration
Pulse Senior is youth group for high school students. During morning services, students are encouraged to serve. Contact Nick if you need help finding a place to serve.
Pulse Sr. gets together Sunday nights, at the church, 6-8 pm! We worship together, eat, play games, and have a great discussion on tough issues. It’s a safe place to hang out with other high school students and great leaders.
Sign up for summer camp now! It’s first come, first served and spots are filling up fast.
CIY Move: For students entering 9th grade-graduating high school
When/Where: July 8-12 in Wheaton, Ill.
Registration: CIY Move Registration
For Parents – Get a weekly text sharing what your students are learning and talking about each week at youth group. It’s a great way to spark conversations!
It’s easy – text 815-676-5404 with the message @pulsej for 5th – 8th grade and @pulsesr for high school.
James 4:8 tells us if we draw near to God, he will draw near to us. Many times we struggle to follow God alone, but here in our Pulse community, we try to push one another toward the heart of God.