Welcome to Middle School Ministry – H2O

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Hi I’m Nick Sybouts, Vineyard Middle School Pastor. Our Middle School Student Ministry is created to help students and their families as they encounter the realities of life during the Middle School years. We understand that these years are filled with a lot of changes, questions, and insecurities. We also understand and believe that these are some of the best years of a student’s life. Our goal is to create a safe place at all of our campuses where students have the freedom to explore all that is happening through the Christian lens and find the support and encouragement they need to be their best self. We aim to provide key relationships (both peer and mentor), sound Biblical advice, and have A LOT of fun and excitement along the way.

I have had the pleasure of working with students at some level for over 10 years, and have a deep love for the Middle School age. My wife Annah, my son Kairon (3 years old), and I love going on grand adventures and spending quality family time together. In my spare time I love watching sports, binge watching Netflix, or reading a great book. I hope to get the chance to get to know you better. Always feel free to email or give me a call!


Upcoming Events

Connect Wednesday

Wednesdays, Aug 23-April 18 | 6:30-8 p.m. | North Campus, Room 131

Students meet each week throughout the school year for worship, discipleship and small groups. They are each specially gifted with talents and abilities. We can help them find their SPARK! Come join us. No cost and no registration is required and students may join in at any time.

 

Awana Trek (Grades 6-8)

Mondays, August 28-April 30 | 6:30-8 p.m. | North Campus

By allowing students to dive deep into the Scriptures they are able to answer three important questions for themselves. Who am I?, Why am I here? and Who’s with me? AWANA TREK provides middle school students the way to own their faith and discover what they actually believe.

Register for Awana Trek

 

 

Essentials of Faith (entering grade 6)

Mondays & Thursdays, May 31-July 2 | 6:30-8:30 p.m. | North Campus

Essentials of Faith is a 5-week confirmation type program designed to help grade 5 students transition into grade 6 and boldly own their own faith. We’ll meet Monday & Thursday evenings to discuss the Bible, spiritual disciplines, spiritual gifts, and the story God’s writing in each of our lives.

Register for Essentials of Faith

 

Movin On Up!

June 2 | 5-10 p.m. | North Campus | $5 per student

Join us for a special service and promotion celebration for all students entering grade 6, 7, and 8 on Saturday, June 2. We welcome all our new 6th graders and their family to our H2O community. The evening includes worship, dinner, parent time with Pastor, Nick Sybouts, games, bonfire and s’mores.

R.S.V.P. by Sunday, May 27

Register for Movin On Up!

Learning to Lead (Entering grade 7 & 8)

Wednesdays, June 6 – August 1 | North Campus

Everyone is a leader and students learn leadership skills to help create and foster community as well as develop spiritual disciplines in this class led by Nick Sybouts, Middle School Pastor. Registration required.

Contact Denise Bearce at 816.734.8100 or middleschool@vineyardkcnorth.com

Register

H2O Summer Camp

June 18-23 | Registration Deadline March 1 | $399 per person (scholarships may be available) | Youth Front, LaCygne KS

Students and their friends have an opportunity to grow in their relationship with Jesus and others during this special retreat. Camp activities include: Splash Park, waterslide and pool with blob, zip line, Gaga ball, Night Strike theme nights and more. The registration deadline was March 1 but our waitlist is now open.
Contact Denise Bearce at 816-734-8100 or middleschool@vineyardkcnorth.com.
Registration Instructions:
Step 2: Enroll your student at Youth Front by clicking on “access or create a new account”. Then use code: vineyardyfcamp and select “session 3L” to ensure your child is included in Vineyard’s cabin reservations.
Need help? Contact H2O Admin Denise Bearce or read Youth Front’s instruction manual

 


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