ORBC Student Ministry
exists to help STUDENTS find their PASSION and IDENTITY in CHRIST and to help them INFLUENCE their CULTURE and FRIENDS through LOVE and SERVICE.
ORBC Student Ministry leaders and volunteers are intentional about getting to know our students so that we can help them take their next step in their faith journey. Our weekly ministry opportunities and ministry events are designed to help students:
We want to help students connect with God, finding faith in Jesus as their Lord and Savior. When they encounter Jesus they will discover their purpose, their identity, and their passion.
We want our students to be able to connect with other Christ-followers and grow in their faith within a community of believers.
We want students to grow in their faith journey, discovering who God created them to be and how to navigate and influence their culture with a biblical worldview.
We want students to reach their friends and share their faith story and their love for Christ.
We will equip our students to share their story and create opportunities for them to share the Good News of Jesus with others through mission trips and evangelism events.
We will help our students see that God is working all over the world and make them aware of global missions efforts.
We want students to find a place to serve within the church and within their community.
When do ORBC students meet?
Sundays | 9:30 AM
On Sundays our students meet for Bible study designed to challenge them to grow in their faith journey in a fun and loving environment.
Current Sunday GROW series
Current MIDWEEK series
Wednesdays | 6-7:30 PM
On Wednesday nights ORBC students get together for a time of connection, fun, and Bible study that is engaging and relevant.
Students are encouraged to invite their friends to a fun, energetic, relationship-building event designed to connect them and their friends with a God that loves them and wants to know them in a real and intimate relationship.
The students have time to eat, connect and play games for the first part of the evening and then have a time of Bible study that challenges them in a meaningful way.