We Love And Support Students
Pulse is our student youth group – a place where students meet Jesus, know Jesus and share Jesus!
We try to do so much on our own, without Jesus, and we end up lonely and disconnected. Pulse is a fun place where students can connect, feel valued, and supported. Leaders and students support each other, encourage each other, and love each other.
There are 3 groups based on age so check it out and find your place! Due to COVID-19 we are currently following safety guidelines. Thanks for helping us keep things safe!
Pulse Jr. and Pulse 45 students and parents can stay connected on the Pulse Students At The Village Facebook Group.
Pulse 45 – Grades 4 & 5
This group has a Sunday morning Lifegroup at 9:30 and 11 am at the Minooka Campus and the Seneca Campus. This is a small group time of discussion about the Bible, life, and how it all fits together. Pulse Wednesday night is on break for the summer. Stay tuned, Kick-off will be announced for September.
Pulse Jr. – Grades 6, 7 & 8
Pulse Jr. has a Sunday morning Lifegroup. This provides an opportunity for students to connect and talk about the Bible, life, and how it all fits together. Sunday morning Lifegroup meets in person at 9:30 and 11 am at the Minooka Campus and Seneca Campus. Sunday night group is on break for the summer. Stay tuned, Kick-off will be announced for September.
Pulse Sr. – High School
During morning services, students are encouraged to serve. Contact Nick if you need help finding a place to serve. Sunday night group is on break for the summer. Stay tuned, Kick-off will be announced for September.
For Parents – Get a weekly text sharing what your students are learning about each week. It’s a great way to spark conversations!
It’s easy – text 815-676-5404 with the message @pulse4 for 4th-5th grade, @pulsej for 6th – 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.