Middle & High School

Hey Parents and Guardians,
For the summer, our student ministry is meeting at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings in Room 11 and from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday evenings in the sanctuary.  

Stoked is the student ministry of Lighthouse Christian Church.  We exist to glorify God through making disciples of Jesus Christ.  We do this through the study of scripture, Christ-centered worship, and authentic community.  We hope to partner with parents as they seek to help students develop a foundation of gospel maturity and grow in relationship with one another, their leaders, and, most importantly, the Lord.

CONGRATULATIONS to all students graduating from middle and high school this month!  “Commit to the Lord whatever you do and your plans will succeed.”  Proverbs 16:3

Here are a few things coming up in our ministry . . .

If you have a teenager who is coming to CIY this year with us, we want to keep you up to date.  So please stay informed on where they are with confirming the event at https://ciy.com/event-tracker

Also, please fill out this required medical form for your teenager or if you are a leader.




Stoked Students

Day / Time Location Leader
Sundays 9:00AM Church, Room 11 Joey DeLao

Stoked Students meet at the church in Room 11 to begin the week together and take a deeper look into God’s Word.  The youth sit together as a group in the 10:30 a.m. worship service.  One of our goals is for students to be woven into every fiber of our church family, strengthening their faith – a faith that will last beyond the high school years.  Grab your Bibles and let’s dig into God’s Word!


JUNE 2021

Summer Olympic Games

Self-Discipline, Teamwork, Perseverance, Focus


Stoked Students

Day / Time Location Leader
Tuesday 6:00PM - 7:30PM Sanctuary Scott Hoerner



When you hear the word “worship,” you might think of a church building, a choir, your favorite worship song, or maybe a special tradition.  Worship takes a lot of forms, but sometimes we make the mistake of thinking worship is something it’s not — or, at least, something much smaller than what it really is.  You can worship through song and meaningful traditions, but when’s the last time you worshiped by going outside?  Or cleaning up your neighborhood?  Or making a friend?  Or telling God you’re angry?  Over the next 3- months we’ll explore 1 & 2 Thessalonians as we discover that worship might be bigger than we ever imagined.  Maybe worship isn’t just an anthem we sing, but an anthem we live, by worshiping with all of creation, worshiping to remember what God has done, worshiping even when it’s difficult, and worshiping together because we’re God’s family.

What can you do to help your teenager make worship a regular part of their lives outside of church?  1) Teach them what worship really is.  2) Talk about how you worship outside of church.  3) Give them new ideas about how to worship.  4) Remind them to worship often.

Have you checked out the free BIBLE APP by YouVersion?  It’s free and packed with Bible reading plans!  This week, consider starting a new reading plan as a family.

We know you’re learning a lot about parenting a teenager, so we’d love to learn alongside you.  What’s one thing you’ve learned this year that every parent of a teenager should know?  Share your wisdom with us!


May 23, 2020 – Hannah Hall


June 1, 2020 – Cassidy

June 23, 2020 – Lauren Hansen