What is Fuse*?

It’s more than a name. The mission of fuse* is exactly the same as the church, to seek & save + go & make. We believe that when you combine a student with their purpose it creates a spark that lights the fuse that leads to life change. Fuse* is for students between 6th and 12th grades.


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THE STUDENT SECTION

Fuse helps students experience what it means to fully follow after Christ and find a safe place to ask questions about faith and find truth. We offer passionate worship gatherings and practical teaching, creative arts and community with others as they connect in small groups with adult leaders for discussion and prayer.

MONDAY, TUESDAY, FUSEDAY

Whether students are far from God or passionately seeking Him, our prayer is that Fuse would be a place that inspires life. We encourage students to come early and hang out before the service. Students connect in small groups where they feel safe to ask questions and reveal their true self. Adult leaders facilitate this time of discussion and prayer. Every student should have a trusted adult who listens as well as encourages and supports the role of parents.


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Fuse Schedule

Sundays | Bible Study | 9:30am

This time is designed for students to engage the bible as well as giving them tools and oppotunities to do so on their own. 


Sundays | Fuse* Leadership Initiative | 5:00pm

A bible engagement course that will challenge students to not only read the bible on a daily basis, but also teach them critical thinking skills as well as application of biblical truth.


Wednesdays | Worship & Fuse* Groups | 6:30pm

This is our main gathering each week. It offers oportunities for meaningful worship, engaging teaching, and dynamic discussions in a small group enviroment where students can learn from adult leaders as well as their peers.