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Sundays 3-5 PM

Nine-Square… Food… Games… Small Groups… and Jesus

Before school starts on Monday, spend your Sunday afternoon with us as we strive to build community, invigorate faith, tackle tough life questions, and grow closer to God among friends.

Storm is a dynamic and inclusive community for high school students. We recognize that high school can be a challenging time, and that having a supportive community can make all the difference. Our aim is to create a safe and welcoming space where young people can connect with each other, grow in their faith, and develop the skills and confidence they need to navigate life’s challenges.


Your mindset matters. That’s the message Jon, L.E., and McRae Acuff wanted to pass along to students in their book called, “Your New Playlist”. Now, it’s the message we want to focus on in the 5-weeks of our brand-new series by the same title. Incorporating wisdom from the Acuffs’ book, we’re bringing students a series aimed at helping them tap into the superpower of mindset. We’ll cover topics from repeated negative thoughts to the experience of temporary feelings. Every week will help high schoolers discover just how much the way they think, impacts the life they live. Thankfully, God cares deeply about our thoughts, so each week we’ll look to Scripture to help us choose mindsets that align with the full life we were created to live. By the end of this series, students will have discovered that mindset is a superpower we can all use.

Genesis 1:26-31, Luke 9:18-20

Genesis 12:1-10, 2 Kings 24:10-16, Jeremiah 29:11-13, Matthew 2:7-23

Matthew 1:1-17, Exodus 12, Luke 2:41-51

Genesis 16, Luke 23:1-24

John 4:4-9, 27-29, 39-40

Jeremish 29:4-7, Ephesians 2:14-22


Matthew 6:34 11:28-30
Psalm 94:19 NLT

You create your playlist.


Matthew 10:29-31 
Luke 12:6-7, 24
Psalm 139:14 

You are enough.


Matthew 8:24-27 
Psalm 23:4 

Fear is loud, but it is a liar.


Luke 4:21, Mark 6:3 
Psalm 37:5 

Quiet the critic.


Ecclesiastes 3:1, 4-8 
Psalm 16:8 

Feelings aren't forever.