Student Ministry: Junior High & High School
HSM | Magic Mountain – November 3-5
First 20 spots – $125
Next 28 spots – $145
To Bring for Students
Money for 4 Meals (3 Saturday, Lunch Sunday)
Clothes (Check online before hand for weather)
Bible, pen, notepad
Swimsuit if wanting to swim at hotel (one piece or dark t-shirt over)
Snacks for bus (only drinks with lids)
11:30 pm – Arrive to NRCC
3:00 am – Stop for snack, restroom break, etc.
7:30 am- Breakfast at McDonalds
9:00 am – Arrive at Magic Mountain (students stay in groups of at least 3)
6:00 pm – Meet back together
6:45 pm – Dinner at Westfield Valencia Town Center (24201 Valencia Bvd, Valencia, CA 91355)
9:00 pm – Back at hotel
(Comfort Suites 25380 The Old Road, Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381 – 661-252-7700)
11:00 pm – Lights out
8:00 am – Breakfast
9:00 am – Head back and Church on the bus!
12:00 pm – lunch
4:00 pm – Arrive back at NRCC
About Junior High Ministry: Grades 6-8
My name is Clark Lund and I am the Director of Junior High Ministries here at North Ridge Community Church. My family and I would like to welcome you to our ministry and all the incredible things that God is doing within it.
Our ministry foundation is built on one simple philosophy…FAMILY. We are one ministry, one family and one body in Christ. Everything we do is Christ centered and we stress the fact that our priorities in life should be based on Faith, Family and Friends, in that order.
Here’s a quick profile on my background. I grew up in Lake Havasu, graduated from Northern Arizona University with a BS in Criminal Justice, served in the US Army in the Honor Guard, served as an EMT and Paramedic in multiple metropolitan cities throughout the United States, served as a police officer/detective for the City of Scottsdale and now I am honored to be able to serve your kids by teaching them the Word of God and how they can live their lives through Him.
Our adult leaders are as much a part of your kid’s spiritual walk as I am and are an amazing group of mentors. We are very blessed to have such a dedicated and caring group of leaders that are willing to give up their personal, family and work time to direct and encourage your kids to dive deeper into their faith.
We are constantly reaching up to our Lord…in our prayer, in our worship and everything we do in everyday life, the good and the bad…all should point toward Him.
When one of our own has fallen and needs our help, we will be there…leader, student or family member. We wouldn’t be a family if we didn’t show His love or the love we have for each other.
Service is one of the things we are called to do. Our junior high ministry leads a monthly service project that benefits widows and single moms within our church as well as the surrounding community. This not only effects change in our neighborhoods but also in the view our kids have on the world.
About Ignite High School Ministry: Grades 9-12
My name is Jon Kragel, and I’m the High School Pastor here at North Ridge Community Church. I’ve been married to my incredible wife, Samantha, since 2006, and together, we have two sons, Jackson and Carter. I love God, my family, anything to do with sports, and teenagers!
The word ignite means “to set on fire; to kindle a new beginning; to stir up beyond expectations.” Our vision for the high school ministry is simple:
To ignite God’s hope through the Valley by making and multiplying disciples.
In order to accomplish our vision, we have three main ministry environments through which we try to move students on a weekly basis. First, we want to INVITE students to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Second, we want to INVEST in the things that matter to God. Third, we want to INFLUENCE our schools, communities, and world with the good news of the Gospel.
Our last movement step within our ministry strategy involves INFLUENCING our schools, communities, and world with the good news of the Gospel. We try to accomplish this in four ways.
- First, we offer several service projects throughout the year to help our community.
- Second, we encourage school evangelism through the teams and clubs in which our students are already a part of.
- Third, we take yearly mission trips to share the Gospel with people outside our local context.
- Finally, we offer leadership training to upperclassmen to help prepare them for the next level. We meet twice a month (Aug-April), bring in world renowned guest speakers, and give students the opportunity to lead various events and activities throughout the year. Leadership Applications Located Here