ELIJAH GENERATION: Youth Choosing Light & Life
Youth Room wall mural
Youth LA Trip
Jesus Culture & universal studios trip
Youth camp 2015
praying over each other
Camp out 2015
Youth Leaders Audrey & Joseph McCormick
Youth Group Silliness
Room Wall Painting
YOUTH camp 2017
Multiple church Youth camp concert
YOUTH camp 2017
gathering for prayer and teaching
Youth Camp 2014
Moving in prayer
Youth Coffee Cart
Youth take turns earning money for the group to provided funds for special trips
Sanctuary Youth meet Citizen Way headliner
Group photo 2016
DURING COVID -19- Contact for more info regarding
Hours and structure. Locations adapted for safety. Online Accomodations have also been provided.
JUNIOR HIGH (6th-8th Grade) & HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH
WEDNESDAYS @ 6:30-8:30 PM
Elijah Generation and Junior Elijah Generation (JEGs) meet every Wednesday night at Sanctuary. Both HIGH SCHOOL (Elijah Generation) and JUNIOR HIGH (JEGs) join for games and worship before breaking into age-specific small groups to discuss Scripture, prayer for one another, and sift through the challenges of LIFE together.
WHY DO WE CALL OURSELVES ELIJAH GENERATION?
Elijah was a prophet that walked in the power of the Holy Spirit in one of the darkest times of history. Mixture of religious practices permeated the culture bringing confusion and compromise to God's people. Elijah challenged God’s people by saying, “How much longer will you waver, hobbling between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him! But if Baal is God, then follow him" (1 Kings 18:21). Elijah called the people to be either hot or cold, urging them to forsake a lukewarm lifestyles and to choose God alone. When Elijah prayed for the Lord to reveal Himself to the people, God answered by consuming Elijah's sacrifice with fire.
At Elijah Generation we encourage one another to daily choose God's light and truth over the compromises of this world. We offer our hearts to God, in faith, believing He will send the fire of His Spirit to consume us and fill us with passion to live whole-heartedly for Jesus. It is through the power of the His Holy Spirit, and the blood of Jesus, that we are able to choose His light in a dark world.